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Curriculum Vitae
Andrea Umberto De Giorgi
April 03, 2015

General Information
University address: Classics
College of Arts and Sciences
Dodd Hall 0326
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1510

E-mail address: adegiorgi@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
2006 Doctoral Degree, Aca, BRYN MAWR COLLEGE. Major: Archaeology.
2001 Master of Arts, BRYN MAWR COLLEGE. Major: Classics.
1997 Bachelor of Arts, Universita' di Torino. Major: Classics.

Nondegree Education and Training
2006–2007 Postodoctoral Fellowship, Classics Department Rutgers University.

Professional Experience
2012–present Assistant Professor, Classics, Florida State University.
2012 Assistant Professor (OPS), Classics, Florida State University.

Language Proficiency
French - fluent in speaking, reading, and writing.

German - intermediate in speaking and writing; advanced in reading.

Italian - native in speaking, reading, and writing.

Turkish - fluent in speaking; advanced in reading and writing.



Visiting Professorship(s)
2009–2010 Rutgers University, Classics Department.
2007–2009 Case Western Reserve University, Classics Departement.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Baker Nord Center for the Humanities, Case Western Reserve University (2011). ($1,500).

Baker Nord Center for the Humanities, Case Western Reserve University (2008). ($1,500).



Fellowship(s)
AIA, Dorot Foundation (2005).

Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Berlin (2008).

Koç University, Istanbul,Junior Residential Fellowship (declined) (2005–2006).

Whiting Foundation (2005–2006).

Bryn Mawr College, Ella Riegel Grant (2004–2005).

Kress Foundation (2004–2005).

Bryn Mawr College, Fanny Bullock Workman Traveling Fellowship (2003–2004).

Bryn Mawr College, Excellence in Classics (1999–2003).

New York University, B.Sismondo Ridgway Fellowship (2002).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
Archaeological Institute of America

Teaching
Classical Visual Culture Courses, Roman Archaeology Courses.
Courses Taught
Archaeology of the Late Roman Empire (ARH4154)

Archaeology of the Late Roman Empire (ARH5161)

Pompeii (CLA4151)

Great Discoveries in World Archaeology (ARH2090)



Seminar in Classical Archaeology (CLA5799)

New Course Development
Topography of Rome (2013)

Doctoral Committee Member
McCleery, R., graduate. (2015).

Master's Committee Chair
Dickey, S., graduate. (2014).

Bachelor's Committee Member
Zook, B., student. A Study in Verism of Imperial Portraiture.

Research and Original Creative Work
Cosa Excavations, Director.
Program of Research and/or Focus of Original Creative Work
Director of a long-term project designed to excavate and preserve Cosa, a fundamental Roman town.

Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
De Giorgi, A. U., Iversen, P., & Hurmuzlu, B. (2012). Isparta Arkeolojik Surveyi 2010 Yılı Çalışmaları: Konane (Conana). Araştırma Sonuçları Toplantısı, 29, 1-10.
De Giorgi, A. U. (2011). Rome and the Greek East. American Journal of Archaeology, 115.3, 490-495.
DeGiorgi, A. U., Hurmuzlu, B., & Iversen, P. (2010). New research in Northwestern Pisidia: Ancient Konane (Conana) and its Territory. Colloquium Anatolicum, 8, 236-256.
DeGiorgi, A. U., Eger, A., & Gerritsen, F. (2008). The Amuq Valley Regional Survey 2002-5. Anatolica, 34, 241-314.
De Giorgi, A. U. (2007). The Formation of a Roman Landscape; the Case of Antioch. Journal of Roman Archaeology, 20, 283-299.

Refereed Books
DeGiorgi, A. (in press). Ancient Antioch. Cambridge University Press.

Invited Book Chapters
De Giorgi, A. U. (2011). Hellenistic Founders, Roman Builders: Cilician Anazarbos. In A. Hoffmann, R. Posamentir, M. Sayar (Ed.), Hellenismus in der Cilicia Pedias (pp. 121-138). Istanbul.
De Giorgi, A. U. (1997). Le Macine. In M. Barra Bagnasco (Ed.), Pomarico Vecchio I (pp. 246-249). Lecce.

Refereed Book Chapters
DeGiorgi, A. U. (submitted). Between continuity and change: Northern Pisidia through Classical and Late Antiquity. Manuscript submitted for publication, 22 pages.
De Giorgi, A. U. (submitted). Domestic Architecture in Roman Syria. Manuscript submitted for publication, 25 pages.
DeGiorgi, A. U. (2011). Colonial Space and the City: Augustus' Geopolitics in Pisidia. In Rebecca Sweetman (Ed.), In R. Sweetman (ed.) 100 Years of Solitude: Roman Colonies in the First Century of Their Foundation. Oxford, 135-149 (pp. 135-149). Oxbow.
De Giorgi, A. U. (2008). Town and Country in Roman Antioch. In R. Aniston, & O. van Njif (Eds.), Feeding the Ancient Greek City City (pp. 63-83). Peeters.
De Giorgi, A. U. (2006). Beyond the Consumer City, the Case of Ancient Antioch. In J. Day (Ed.), SOMA 2004. Oxford.

Invited Encyclopedia Entries
De Giorgi, A. U. (2013). Antioch on the Orontes. In L.M. White (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Archaeology (p. 12). Oxford University Press.
De Giorgi, A. U. (2012). The Archaeology of the Tetrapolis. In C. Smith (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Springer. Retrieved from http://www.springerreference.com/docs/html/chapterdbid/353665.html
De Giorgi, A. U. (2009). Archaeology: Sites in Turkey. In M. Gagarin (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome (p. 173-179). Oxofrd University Press.

Invited Reviews
De Giorgi, A. U. (2010). Sagalassos VI. Geo- and Bio- Archaeology at Sagalassos and its Territory. BMCR, 2010.12.03. Retrieved from http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2010/2010-12-03.html
De Giorgi, A. U. (2010). The Moral Mirror of Roman Art. The Classical Bulletin, 85.1.2, 63-65.
DeGiorgi, A. U. (2008). The Hellenistic Settlements in Syria, the Red Sea Basin, and North Africa. BMCR, 2008.08.40. Retrieved from http://www.bmcreview.org/2008/08/20080840.html
De Giorgi, A. U. (2003). Roman Military Signaling. BMCR, 2003.06.44. Retrieved from http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2003/2003-06-44.html

Nonrefereed Book Chapters
De Giorgi, A. U. (2010). Olive Oil Production in the Antiochene from the Early Empire to Late Antiquity. In Ü. Aydinolu (Eds.), Antik çağda Anadolu'da zeytinyaği ve şarap üretimi/Olive Oil and Wine Production in Anatolia in Antiquity (pp. 97-107). Ege.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
De Giorgi, A. U. (accepted). Constantine in Northern Syria. Paper to be presented at XVI Congresso di Archaeologia Cristiana, Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristina, Vatican City. (International)

Invited Papers at Symposia
De Giorgi, A. U. (accepted). Colonia Caesarea (Pisidian Antioch): the Sanctuary of Augustus and its Theatrical Performances. In R.R.R. Smith, M. Aurenmanner (Chair), Sculpture in Roman Asia. Symposium to be conducted at the meeting of Austrian Institute of Archaeology, Selcuk, Turkey. (International)
De Giorgi, A. U. (presented 2011, July). Domestic Architecture in Roman Syria. In A. Di Castro (Chair), Housing and Habitat in the Mediterranean World. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Monash University, Australia, Monash Summer Centre, Prato (Italy). (International)
De Giorgi, A. U. (presented 2009). Anazarbos and East Cilicia in the Early Hellenistic Period. In Gunnar Brands (Chair), Hellenismus in Kilikia. Symposium conducted at the meeting of DAI, Berlin. (International)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
De Giorgi, A. U. (presented 2011, May). Antioch, the Seleucid Fou. Presentation at Continuity and Destruction in Alexander's East. Paper:, Oxford University, School of Archaeology, Oxford, UK. (International)

Invited Presentations at Symposia
De Giorgi, A. U. (presented 2008). Olive Oil Production in the Antiochene from the Early Empire to Late Antiquity. In S. Durugonul (Chair), Antik çağda Anadolu'da zeytinyaği ve şarap üretimi. Presentation at the meeting of Center for Cilician Archaeology. (International)

Refereed Presentations at Conferences
De Giorgi, A. U. (presented 2009, January). Post-Classical Age and the City: The Case of Anazarbos in Cilicia. Presentation at AIA, American Institute of Archaeology. (International)
De Giorgi, A. U. (presented 2005, January). Cui prodest? Productivity and Economic Diversity in the Amuq Valley under the High Roman Empire. Presentation at American Institute of Archaeology, AIA, Boston, MA. (International)

Refereed Presentations at Symposia
De Giorgi, A. U. (presented 2007). Antioch and Parlais: Successes and Ambiguities of Augustus' Program in Pisidia. In G. Woolf (Chair), 100 Years of Solitude: Roman colonies in the first century of their foundation. Presentation at the meeting of St. Andrews University (UK), St Andrews, Scotalnd. (International)
De Giorgi, A. U. (presented 2007). On Oil and Public Doles. Management and Distribution Systems in Antioch under the Early Roman Empire. In T. Champlin (Chair), Association of Ancient Historians. Presentation at the meeting of ASH, Princeton, NJ. (International)
De Giorgi, A. U. (presented 2004). Town and Country in Roman Antioch. In R. Alston (Chair), Feeding the City. Presentation at the meeting of Association of Urban Historians, Athens. (International)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
De Giorgi, A. U. (2012). Hellenism in the Roman provinces: Antioch on the Orontes. Delivered at FSU, Classics Dept, FSU Campus. (Regional)
De Giorgi, A. U. (2011, September). Between Continuity and Change. Cities and Countryside of Roman Pisidia. Delivered at Princeton University, Program in the Ancient World, Princeton University. (International)
De Giorgi, A. U. (2010, April). Antioch and its Villae: a Social Perspective. Delivered at Dumbarton Oaks, Dumbarton Oaks, DC. (International)
De Giorgi, A. U. (2010, March). From Satraps to Saints: North Pisidia through the Ages. Delivered at DAI Istanbul, DAI Istanbul. (International)
De Giorgi, A. U. (2010, January). Antioche et le Territoire. Delivered at Sorbonne/Paris VIII, Sorbonne. (International)
DeGiorgi, A. U. (2009, November). The Amuq Valley: a Landscape of Opportunity? Delivered at Princeton University, Classics Department, Princeton University. (International)
De Giorgi, A. U. (2009, April). Anazarbos and the cities of Eastern Cilicia. Delivered at Classics Department, Purdue University, Purdue University. (Regional)
De Giorgi, A. U. (2009, February). Roman Colonies in Asia Minor. Delivered at AIA, Cleveland, Cleveland Museum of Natural History. (Local)
De Giorgi, A. U. (2008, February). Roman Colonization in Southern Galatia. Delivered at UNC, Classics, UNC Chapel Hill, NC. (Local)

Digital Projects
Nonrefereed Digital Projects
DeGiorgi, A. U. (Archaeologist, Consultant, and Historian). (submitted). Cosa 3-D Model [Realization of a 3-D model of the Roman city of Cosa].

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
DeGiorgi, A. U. (Jun 2013–Jul 2013). Cosa Excavations. Funded by CRC: Planning Grant. Total award $13,000.
De Giorgi, A. U. (May 2013–Aug 2013). Cosa. Funded by CRC: FYAP. Total award $20,000.
DeGiorgi, Andrea Umberto (PI). (May 2013–Aug 2013). FYAP: Excavations at Cosa (Italy). Funded by FSU CRC. Total award $20,000.
DeGiorgi, A. U. (Jun 2012–Aug 2012). Anazarbos Publication. Funded by Fritz Thyssen Stiftung. Total award $6,000.
De Giorgi, A. U. (May 2012–Jun 2012). Cosa Collections at the American Academy in Rome. Funded by Case Western Reserve University/UCITE. Total award $2,500.
De Giorgi, A. U. (May 2011–Jun 2011). Research in Ancient Pisidia. Funded by Nord Foundation, Case Western Reserve University. Total award $3,500.
DeGiorgi, A. U. (2011–2012). Antioch on the Orontes: the Landscape Perspective. Funded by Case Western Reserve University. Total award $5,000.
DeGiorgi, A. U. (Aug 2010–Jun 2012). Archaeology Program. Funded by Case Western Reserve University. Total award $10,000.
De Giorgi, A. U. (Dec 2008–Aug 2009). Isparta Archaeological Survey. Funded by Case Western Reserve University/WLE. Total award $18,000.
De Giorgi, A. U. (Jun 2008–Aug 2008). Research in Turkey and Georgia. Funded by Case Western Reserve University. Total award $3,000.

Service
Florida State University
FSU Department Service
Advisor, Archaeology Club (2013–present).
Member, HIstory Committee (2013–present).
Member, Peer Review Committee (2013–present).
Member, Ph.D Review Committee (Roman Studies) (2013–present).
Member, Admissions Committee (2012–present).
Member, Roman Archaeology Committee (2012–present).

The Profession
Editor for Refereed Journals
Editor, American Journal of Archaeology (2013–present).
Editor, Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections (2012–present).


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