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Curriculum Vitae
Nancy T de Grummond
April 06, 2015

General Information
University address: Classics
College of Arts and Sciences
Dodd Hall 0316
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1510

E-mail address: ndegrummond@fsu.edu


Web site: http://classics.fsu.edu/People/Faculty/Nancy-de-Grummond

Professional Preparation
1968 Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Major: Art History. Ancient, Renaissance and Baroque. Supervisor: Frances Huemer.
de Grummond, Nancy Thomson. (1968). Rubens and Antique Coins and Gems. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Nondegree Education and Training
1979 American Academy in Rome.

Professional Experience
1989–present Professor, Classics, Florida State University. Responsible for teaching classical archaeology and mythology at undergraduate, master's and doctoral level. Numerous departmental duties. 1995-1998. Chair. Director of archaeological excavations at Cetamura del Chianti, Italy.
1999 Parker Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, Center for Old World Archaeology and Art, Brown University. Responsible for two lectures and research.
1982–1989 Associate Professor, Classics, Florida State University. Responsible for teaching classical archaeology and mythology at undergraduate, master's and doctoral level. Numerous departmental duties. 1983-present: Director of archaeological excavations at Cetamura del Chianti, Italy.
1977–1982 Assistant Professor, Classics, Florida State University. Responsible for teaching classical archaeology and mythology at undergraduate, and master's level. Numerous departmental duties.

Language Proficiency
French - none in speaking and writing; intermediate in reading.

German - none in speaking and writing; intermediate in reading.

Greek - none in speaking and writing; intermediate in reading.

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

Latin - none in speaking; advanced in reading; intermediate in writing.

Russian - intermediate in speaking, reading, and writing.

Spanish - rudimentary in speaking and writing; advanced in reading.

Visiting Professorship(s)
2008 Edward Togo Salmon Visiting Professor.
1989–1990 Visiting Associate Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Membership, Phi Beta Kappa (2015).

Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, Archaeological Institute of America (2015).

Salary Plan for Professors (SPP) Award, Florida State University (2011).

University Distinguished Teaching Award-Nominee, Florida State University (2011).

Excellence in Teaching Award, Phi Beta Kappa-Alpha of Florida (2010).

University Distinguished Teaching Award-Nominee, Florida State University (2010).

Graduate Mentor Award, Florida State University (2009).

Distinguished Research Professor Award, Florida State University (2008).

Named Professorship: M. Lynette Thompson Professor of Classics, Florida State University (2000).

University Teaching Award-Nominee, Florida State University (2000).

Professorial Excellence Program (PEP) Award, Florida State University (1999).

Honorary Member, Golden Key of Florida State University (1997).

University Teaching Award (Graduate Instruction), Florida State University (1997).

University Teaching Award-Nominee, Florida State University (1997).

Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award, Florida State University (1994).

University Teaching Award, Florida State University (1986).

Developing Scholar Award, Florida State University (1982). ($1,983).

Fellowship(s)
Kress Fellowship in the History of Art (1963–1964).

Woodrow Wilson Fellowship (1962–1963).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
Archaeological Institute of America

College Art Association

Etruscan Foundation

Istituto di Studi Etruschi ed Italici



Teaching
Courses Taught
Art and Archaeology of Ancient Italy (ARH3150)

Studies in Classical Archaeology and Art (ARH4173)

Studies in Classical Art and Archaeology (ARH5174)

Art and Archaeology of the Early Roman Empire (ARH4151)

Art and Archaeology of the Early Roman Empire (ARH5160)

Doctoral Seminar in Classical Archaeology (ARH6937)

Seminar in Classical Archaeology (CLA5799)

Classical Archaeology: Fieldwork (CLA4780)

Classical Archaeology: Fieldwork (CLA5789)

Tutorial in Classical Archaeology (ARH5934)

Ancient Mythology, East and West (CLT3378)

Etruscan Art and Archaeology (ARH4120)

Etruscan Art and Archaeology (ARH5125)

Tutorial in Classical Archaeology (ARH4932)

Seminar in Classical Civilization (CLA4935)

Internship in Museum Studies (CLA5942)

Internship in Museum Studies (ARH4941)

Special Topics in Classics (CLA4930)

Tutorial in Latin (LNW4999)

Humanities Honor Seminar (HUM2937)



New Course Development
Ancient Mythology East and West (1995)

Great Discoveries in World Archaeology (1995)

The Roman Way: Introduction to Roman Civilization (1995)

The Greek Way: Introduction to Greek Civilization (1985)



Curriculum Development
Museum Certificate, courses in Anthropology, Classics, History, Art History, Sciences-Committee Member for Classics (1995)

Doctoral Committee Chair
Rupp, W. L., graduate. (2007). Shape of the beast : the theriomorphic and therianthropic deities and demons of ancient Italy.

Christensen, A., graduate. (2006). From Palaces to Pompeii: The Architectural and Social Context of Hellenistic Floor Mosaics in the House of the Faun.

Neilson, H., graduate. (2003). Ars navigandi et ars venerandi: Technology and the Gods in Roman Navigation.

Funk, D., graduate. (2001). The Creation of Roman Etruria.

Ewell, C., graduate. (2000). An Etruscan Hellenistic Workshop: The Kiln and Artisans' Zone at Cetamura del Chianti.

Skalsky, R., graduate. (1997). The Waterfowl of Etruria: A Study of Duck, Goose and Swan Iconography in Etruscan Art.

DuRette, B. U., graduate. (1992). The history and interpretation of the Aldobrandini Wedding : Bacchus, fertility and marriage in the time of Augustus.

Rowe, P., graduate. (1989). Etruscan Temples: A Study of the Structural Remains, Origin and Development.

Elliott, J., graduate. (1986). The Mask in Etruscan Religion, Ritual and Theater.

Borek, J., doctoral candidate.

Collins-Elliott, S., doctoral candidate. Roman Consumption, 200 BCE – 20 CE.

Hillary Conley, doctoral candidate. Black-Gloss Ceramics from Monte Pallano and the Implications for the Economy and Identity of the Inhabitants of Samnium.



Doctoral Committee Cochair
Lewis, M., graduate. (2013). Roman Colonization and Networks of Transformation in Northern Etruria During the First Century BCE.

Doctoral Committee Member
Bickley, J. T., graduate. (2013).

Bare, C. P., graduate. (2009).

Naumer, C., graduate. (1998). Gardens and Groves: The Influence of Landscape Architecture in Paintings by Mantegna and Titian.

Griffith, K. M., doctoral candidate.

Habib, R., doctoral candidate.

McCleery, R. C., doctoral candidate.

Trusty, D. A., doctoral candidate.

Doctoral Committee University Representative
Von Hirsch, M., graduate. (1997). Literature as commentary in Andrei Bitov's prose : the Nabokov Link.

Master's Committee Chair
Crawford-Brown, S., graduate. (2011).

Harding, J., graduate. (2011).

Hovenac, L. M., graduate. (2010).

Kimmey, S., graduate. (2010).

Marley, M., graduate. (2009).

Whinney, J., graduate. (2009).

Cleveland, A., graduate. (2008).

Eaton, A., graduate. (2008).

Johnson, S., graduate. (2008).

Hargis, M., graduate. (2007). A Mortarium at Cetamura del Chianti in Context.

Layton, S., graduate. (2006).

Shanks, J., graduate. (2006).

Foley, C., graduate. (2005).

Tascioglu, C., graduate. (2005).

Knop, L., graduate. (2004).

Preissler, L., graduate. (2004).

Rask, K., graduate. (2004).

Simmons, J., graduate. (2004). Black-gloss pottery from the refuse strata of the well at Cetamura del Chianti.

Wilson, E., graduate. (2004).

Chumbley, S., graduate. (2003).

Gilbride, K., graduate. (2003).

Hostetler, K., graduate. (2003).

Atkins, L., graduate. (2002).

Hixenbaugh, R., graduate. (2002).

Bare, C., graduate. (2001).

Dumbra, M., graduate. (2000).

Vines, M., graduate. (2000). An Etruscan scarab from Cetamura del Chianti, Italy.

Chaknis, S., graduate. (1999).

Purcell, A., graduate. (1998).

Christensen, A., graduate. (1997).

Keelean, M., graduate. (1997).

Curry, J., graduate. (1996). Black gloss pottery from the kiln area at Cetamura del Chianti, Italy.

Wiliams, F., graduate. (1996). Red gloss pottery from Cetamura del Chianti (1973-1991).

Taylor, L., graduate. (1994).

Hackworth, L., graduate. (1993). Evidence of textile production at Cetamura del Chianti, Italy : a catalog and a context.

Funk, D., graduate. (1990). The Glass artifacts of Cetamura del Chianti, Italy (1973-1987).

Murphy, D., graduate. (1990).

Williams, S., graduate. (1990).

Arthur, B., graduate. (1989).

Kissinger, J., graduate. (1989).

Repp, A., graduate. (1989). Roman plaster from Cetamura del Chianti.

Pasfield, T., graduate. (1988).

Browning, R., graduate. (1982).

Dayton, B., graduate. (1982). The Literary evidence for Roman agriculture and its possible application to excavations at Cetamura.

Hoff, M., graduate. (1982).

Halsted, D., graduate. (1981).

Stage, J., graduate. (1981). Etruscan textile arts: the literary and archaeological evidence.

Caccioli, D., graduate. (1979).

Meaney, E., graduate. (1979).

Rowe, P., graduate. (1979). Excavations at Cetamura : a study of architecture.

Dunford, B., graduate. (1978).

Houston, M., graduate. (1978). Cetamura black glaze pottery.

Lambert, L., graduate. (1978).

Sowder, C., graduate. (1978). A Preliminary classification of the utilitarian pottery at Cetamura.

Wenzel, E., graduate. (1978).

Glennie, A., student.

Henriques, J., student.

Smith, A., student.



Master's Committee Member
McCampbell, K. G., graduate. (2010).

Bachelor's Committee Chair
Pickel, D., graduate. (2012).

Segers, A., graduate. (2010).



Brown, A., student.

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
de Grummond, N. T., & Polin, S. (2011). The American-Ukrainian Scythian Kurgan Project 2004-2005: Preliminary Report. Colloquia Antiqua, 1, 141-194.
De Grummond, N. T. (2010). An Etruscan Scarab from the Artisans' Quarter at Cetamura del Chianti. Rasenna, Journal of the Center for Etruscan Studies, Vol.2. 1, Arti 7, 1-24. Retrieved from http://scholarworks.umass.edu/rasenna/.
Wentz, R. K., & de Grummond, N. T. (2009). Life on Horseback: Paleopathology of Two Scythian Skeletons from Alexandropol, Ukraine. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 19.1, 107-115.
de Grummond, N. T. (2008). Moon Over Pyrgi: Catha, An Etruscan Lunar Goddess? American Journal of Archaeology, 112, 419-428.
de Grummond, N. T. (2005). Roman Favor and Etruscan Thuflthas: A Note on Propertius 4.2.34. Ancient West and East, 4.2, 296-317.
de Grummond, N. T. (2002). Mirrors, Marriage and Mysteries. Journal of Roman Archaeology, Suppl 81, 63-85.
de Grummond, N. T. (1999). Excavations at Cetamura del Chianti (Civitamura), 1992-1998: Preliminary Report. Etruscan Studies, 6, 163-184.
de Grummond, N. T. (1997). Poggio Civitate: A Turning Point. Etruscan Studies, 4, 23-40.
de Grummond, N. T., Rowe, P., Marrinan, R., & Doran, G. (1994). Excavations at Cetamura del Chianti, 1987-91. Etruscan Studies, 1, 84-122.
de Grummond, N. T. (1991). Portraits of Augustus and his Family in the Albacini Collection. Journal of the History of Collections, 3, 167-181.
de Grummond, N. T. (1990). Pax Augusta and the Horae on the Ara Pacis Augustae. American Journal of Archaeology, 94, 663-677.

Refereed Books
de Grummond, N. T. (2007). Corpus Speculorum Etruscorum, Great Britain, fasc. 3: Oxford. Rome: L'Erma di Bretschneider.
De Grummond, N. T. (2006). Etruscan Myth, Sacred History and Legend. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

Edited Books
de Grummond, N. T., & Edlund-Berry, I. (Eds.). (2011). The Archaeology of Sanctuaries and Ritual in Etruria. Portsmouth, R.I.: Journal of Roman Archaeology.
De Grummond, N. T., & Simon, E. (Eds.). (2006). The Religion of the Etruscans. Austin: University of Texas Press.
de Grummond, N. T., & Ridgway, B. (Eds.). (2000). From Pergamon to Sperlonga: Sculpture and Context. Berkeley: U. of California Press.
De Grummond, N. T. (Ed.). (1982). A Guide to Etruscan Mirrors. Tallahassee: Archaeological News.

Edited Monographs
de Grummond, N. T. (Ed.). (2009). The Sanctuary of the Etruscan Artisans at Cetamura del Chianti: The Legacy of Alvaro Tracchi. Florence: Edifir.
de Grummond, N. T. (Ed.). (2000). Cetamura Antica, Traditions of Chianti. Tallahassee: Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts.

Invited Book Chapters
de Grummond, N. T. (in press). Etruscan Connections. In Elise A. Friedland, M.G. Sobocinski, & Elaine K. Gazda (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Roman Sculpture (20 pages). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
de Grummond, N. T. (in press). Haruspicy and Augury: Sources and Procedures. In Jean M. Turfa (Ed.), The World of the Etruscans (26 pages). London: Routledge.
de Grummond, N. T. (2012). Little Chimaeras: Images from Ancient Gems, Rings and Coins. In Mario Iozzo (Ed.), Myth, Allegory, Emblem: The Many Lives of the Chimera of Arezzo (pp. 65-78). Malibu: J. Paul Getty Museum.
de Grummond, N. T. (2009). Etruscan Women. In P. Gregory Warden (Ed.), From the Temple and the Tomb, Etruscan Treasures from Tuscany (pp. 115-141). Dallas: Meadows Museum.
de Grummond, N. T. (2009). On Mutilated Mirrors. In Margarita Gleba, & Hilary Becker (Eds.), Votives, Places and Rituals in Etruscan Religion (pp. 171-182). Leiden: Brill.
de Grummond, N. T. (1996). Etruscan Italy Today. In John Hall (Ed.), Etruscan Italy: Etruscan Influences on the Civilizations of Italy from Antiquity to the Modern Era (pp. 336-365). Provo: Brigham Young University Press.
de Grummond, N. T. (1986). Rediscovery [of the Etruscans]. In Larissa Bonfante (Ed.), Etruscan Life and After Life: A Handbook of Etruscan Studie (pp. 18-46). Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Refereed Book Chapters
de Grummond, N. T. (in press). Etruscan Religion. In Marvin Sweeney, & Michelle Salzman (Eds.), The Cambridge History of Ancient Religions (34 pages). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
de Grummond, N. T. (2011). A Barbarian Myth? The Case of the Talking Head. In Larissa Bonfante (Ed.), The Barbarians of Ancient Europe: Realities and Interactions (pp. 313-345). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
de Grummond, N. T. (2011). Ritual Practices in the Sanctuary of the Etruscan Artisans at Cetamura del Chianti. In Nancy T. de Grummond, & Ingrid Edlund-Berry (Eds.), The Archaeology of Sanctuaries and Ritual in Etruria (pp. 68-88). Portsmouth, R.I.: Journal of Roman Archaeology.
de Grummond, N. T. (2006). Etruscan Prophets and Priests. In Nancy T. de Grummond, & Erika Simon (Eds.), The Religion of the Etruscans (pp. 27-44). Austin: University of Texas Press.
de Grummond, N. T. (2006). The History of the Study of Etruscan Religion. In Nancy T. de Grummond, & Erika Simon (Eds.), The Religion of the Etruscans (pp. 1-8). Austin: University of Texas Press.
de Grummond, N. T. (2000). Gauls and Giants, Skylla and the Palladion: Some Responses. In Nancy T. de Grummond, & Brunilde S. Ridgway (Eds.), From Pergamon to Sperlonga: Sculpture and Context (pp. 264-283). Berkeley: U. of California Press.

Invited Encyclopedia Entries
de Grummond, N. T. (2012). Domestic Cults in the Etruscan World. In Antoine Hermary, & Bernard Jaeger (Eds.), Thesaurus Cultus et Rituum Antiquorum (ThesCRA) (Vol. VIII, p. 24-25, 37-41). Los Angeles: J.P. Getty Museum.
de Grummond, N. T. (2012). Private/Public in the Etruscan World. In Antoine Hermary, & Bernard Jaeger (Eds.), Thesaurus Cultus et Rituum Antiquorum (ThesCRA) (Vol. VIII, p. 6-7, 9-10). Los Angeles: J.P. Getty Museum.

Refereed Proceedings
de Grummond, N. T. (in press). Dressing and Undressing the Goddess from the Cannicella Sanctuary, Orvieto. In A. Ancillotti, & A. Calderini (Eds.), La religiosità nell'Italia preromana (26 pages). Gubbio: l'Istituto di Ricerche e Documentazione sugli Antichi Umbri.
de Grummond, N. T. (in press). Human Sacrifice among the Etruscans: The Case of Tarquinia. In Carrie Murray (Ed.), Worlds of Sacrifice: Exploring the Past and Present of Gifts for the Gods (30 pages). Buffalo: Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology.
de Grummond, N. T. (in press). The Cult of Lur: Prophecy and Human Sacrifice. In Maria Donatella Gentili (Ed.), Studi e Ricerche a Tarquinia e in Etruria, Simposio Internazionale in ricordo di Francesca Romana Serra Ridgway (20 pages). Rome: Fabrizio Serra Editore.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
De Grummond, N. (accepted). The Gemma Augustea: Not Made for Rome. Paper to be presented at Archaeological Institute of America, Archaeological Institute of America, Philadelphia. (International)
de Grummond, N. T. (presented 2009). Myth, Cult and Ritual at Ancient Volsinii. Paper presented at Annual Meting, Archaeological Institute of America, Philadelphia. (National)

Invited Papers at Symposia
De Grummond, N. (presented 2009, November). Mezentius in Etruria. In Larissa Bonfante, Francesco De Angelis (Chair), Etruscan Myth, Images and Inscriptions. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Columbia University, New York City. (International)

Refereed Papers at Conferences
de Grummond, N. T., & Bagnasco Gianni, G. (presented 2010, September). Etruscan Sigla ("Graffiti"): Their function in Etruscan communities. Paper presented at Etruscan Literacy in its Social Context, Institute of Archaeology of the University of London, London. (International)
de Grummond, N. T., & Polin, S. V. (presented 2005). The American-Ukrainian Scythian Kurhan Project: Excavations at Alexandropol and Krasnokutsk. Paper presented at Third International Congress on Black Sea Antiquities, Charles University, Prague, Prague, Czech Republic. (International)

Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Conferences
de Grummond, N. T. (presented 2002). Etruscan Mythology. Keynote presentation at The Etruscans Now, British Museum, London. (International)

Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Symposia
de Grummond, N. T. (presented 2003). To Hell, with the Etruscans. Keynote presentation in J.M. Turfa (Chair), The Etruscans Revealed: New Perspectives on Pre-Roman Italy. Symposium conducted at the meeting of University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia. (International)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
de Grummond, N. T. (presented 1997). Gli Specchi e Manteia: Temi di profezia sugli specchi etruschi e prenestini" (Mirrors and Manteia: Themes of Prophecy on Etruscan and Praenestine Mirrors. Presentation at Aspetti e problemi della produzione degli specchi etruschi figurati (Aspects and Problems of the Production of Decorated Etruscan Mirrors), University of Rome "Tor Vergata". (International)

Refereed Presentations at Conferences
de Grummond, N. T. (presented 2001). Etruscan Mirrors Abroad: From Spain to the Black Sea. Poster presentation at Second International Congress on Black Sea Antiquities, University of Bilkent, Ankara, Turkey. (International)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
de Grummond, N. T. (2011–2011). Excavating the Well at Cetamura del Chianti. Funded by FSU-Arts and Humanities Program Enhancement Grants. Total award $15,000.
de Grummond, N. T. (2007–2007). Corpus Speculorum Etruscorum, Great Britain, fascicle 3: Oxford. Funded by The M. Aylwin Cotton Foundation. Total award $4,000.
de Grummond, N. T. (2006–2006). Ancient Mound Burials Of The Royal Scythians In Ukraine. Funded by FSU-COFRS. Total award $12,000.
De Grummond, N. T. (2004–2004). American-Ukrainian Scythian Kurhan Project. Funded by FSU-Arts and Humanities Program Enhancement Grants. Total award $16,500.
de Grummond, N. T. (2003–2003). Ancient Burials of the Scythians of Ukraine. Funded by FSU. Total award $6,000.
de Grummond, N. T. (1981–1982). Reflections on the Etruscan Mirror. Funded by NEH. Total award $35,000.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Member, President's Committee on Appointments (1997–present).
Senator for Classics, Faculty Senate (2012–2013).
Member, Jury for Summer COFRS (2012).
Member, Committee to Select the Lawton Professor (2008–2009).
Member, Jury for Summer COFRS (2008).
Member, Jury for Summer COFRS (2007).
Member, Committee to Select the Lawton Professor (2005–2006).
Chairperson, Grievance Committee (2003–2005).
Member, Grievance Committee (2000–2005).
Outside Member, Committee to Seelect a Chair, Modern Languages (2003–2004).
Member, Bryan Hall Steering Committee (1999–2004).
Member, Academic Honor Panel (2003).
Member, Museum Studies Committee (1996–2003).
Member, Committee to Choose the Outstanding Undergraduate Student, Golden Key (2002).
Outside Member, Committee to Select a Chair, Religion (2001–2002).
Member, Committee to Select the Lawton Professor (2001–2002).
Member, Council on Research and Creativity (2001–2002).
Member, Committee to Select FSU Nominee for AAUW Emerging Scholar (2000–2001).
Member, Womens Studies Committee (1983–2001).
Member, Committee to Select FSU Proposals for NEH (1997–1998).
Outside Member, Committee to Select a Chair, Philosophy (1996–1997).
Member, Athletic Board (1994–1997).
Acting Director, Women's Studies Program (1996).
Outside Member, Committee to Select a Chair, English (1995–1996).
Member, Steering Committee for University Review of Accreditation, Southern Association (1995–1996).
Member, Study Abroad Committee (1994–1996).
Member, Committee on Equity in Athletics (1995).
Member, Committee on Title IX, Womens Athletics (1995).
Member, Grievance Committee (1994–1995).
Outside Member, Committee to Select a Chair, Philosophy (1993–1994).
Member, Florence London Committee (1984–1986).
Member, Athletic Board (1983–1986).
Member, Publications Board, FSU Press (1982–1985).

FSU College Service
Member, Humanities Area Committee (1995–1998).
Member, Ad Hoc Committee of Graduate Student Appeal (1996).
Member, Committee to Select Dean of College of Arts and Sciences (1995–1996).
Member, Ad Hoc Committee on Undergraduate Teaching (1994).
Member, Arts and Sciences Policy Committee (1987–1988).

FSU Department Service
Chair, Thompson Library Committee (2012–2013).
Member, Thompson Library Committee (2010–2013).
Member, Archaeology Committee (1990–2013).
Founder and Sponsor, Student Archaeology Club (1978–2013).
Director, Graduate Admissions Committee (2004–2012).
Member, Graduate Admissions Committee (1999–2012).
Chair, Archaeology Committee (2006–2007).
Chair, Archaeology Committee (1998–2003).
Chair, Thompson Library Committee (1995–2000).
Chair, Classics Department (1995–1998).

FSU Program Service
Administrator and Field Director, Archaeological Excavations at Cetamura del Chianti, Italy (1983–2013).
Founder and Administrator of Program, Archaeological Excavations at Cetamura del Chianti, Italy (1977–1983).

The Profession
Editor for Refereed Journals
Reviewer, Mouseion (2014–present).
Editor for News and Reviews, Etruscan Studies (1993–2000).
Founder and Editor, Archaeological News (1972–1985).

Editorial Board Membership(s)
Archaeology Magazine (1994–2004).
Dig Magazine (1998–2001).
Etruscan Studies (1994–2000).

Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
Etruscan Studies (2012).
American Journal of Archaeology (2010).
Etruscan Studies (2010).
American Journal of Archaeology (2004).
Kelsey Museum Bulletin (2002).
Classical Journal (2001).
Etruscan Studies (2000).
Etruscan Studies (1997–98).
Etruscan Studies (1994–95).
American Journal of Archaeology (1985).

Reviewer for Textbooks
Introduction to Mythology (2001).

Exhibitions Curated
The Sanctuary of the Etruscan Artisans at Cetamura del Chianti: The Heritage of Alvaro Tracchi. House of Masaccio, San Giovanni Valdarno, Italy: Comune of San Giovanni Valdarno, Studio Art Centers International, Florence (2009–2011).
Cetamura Antica: Traditions of Chianti. Gaiole-in-Chianti, Italy: Comune of Gaiole-in-Chianti; Province of Siena (2000).
Reflections on the Etruscan Mirror. Museum of Florida History, Tallahassee: National Endowment for the Humanities (1982).
Antiquities of the Old World and the New World. Florida State University Gallery (=Museum of Fine Arts): Archaeological Institute of America; Department of Classics, Florida State University (1976).

Chair of a Symposium
de Grummond, N. T. (Chair). (2011). Texts, Contexts and Non-Texts: On the Varieties of Writing Experiences in the Ancient Mediterranean World. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Department of Classics (Langford Conference), Florida State University.
de Grummond, N. T., Fulkerson, L., & Fantham, E. (Chair). (2001). Caesar vs. Liberty? Shifting Perspectives on Caesar's Civil Wars. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Department of Classics (Langford Conference), Florida State University.
de Grummond, N. T., & Simon, E. (Chair). (1999). The Religion of the Etruscans. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Department of Classics (Langford Conference), Florida State University.
de Grummond, N. T., & Ridgway, B. (Chair). (1997). From Pergamon to Sperlonga. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Department of Classics (Langford Conference), Florida State University.
de Grummond, N. T. (Chair). (1976). What is Etruscan? Symposium conducted at the meeting of Archaeological Institute of America, Florida State University.

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
National Science Foundation (2015).
National Geographic (2015).
American Council for Learned Societies (2007–2008).
National Center for the Humanities (2007–2008).
National Endowment for the Humanities (1993).
American Academy in Rome (1987).
American Academy in Rome (1985).
National Endowment for the Humanities (1982).

Service to Professional Associations
Member, Lecture Committee, Archaeological Institute of America (2003–2009).
Publication Subvention Committee Chair, Publication Subvention Committee, Archaeological Institute of America (2005–2008).
Gold Medal Award Committee Chair, Gold Medal Award Committee, Archaeological Institute of America (1994–1999).
Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, President, Officer of Tallahassee Society of the AIA, Tallahassee Society of the Archaeological Institute of America (1968–1998).
Member, Executive Committee, Archaeological Institute of America (1994–1997).
Archives Committee Chair, Archives Committee, Archaeological Institute of America (1988–1993).
President, Classical Association of the American Academy in Rome (1986–1987).
Program Committee Chair, Program Committee, Archaeological Institute of America (1977).

Service to Other Universities
Referee for Promotion and Tenure, Columbia University (2012).
Consultant, 5-Year Review, Classics Department, University of Massachusetts (2010).
Referee for Promotion and Tenure, University of Massachusetts, Amherst (2010).
Referee for Promotion and Tenure, Franklin and Marshall College (2009).
Referee for Promotion and Tenure, SUNY-Buffalo (2007).
Referee for Promotion and Tenure, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (2003).
Referee for Promotion and Tenure, University of Northern Arizona (2001).
Outsider Reader of Dissertation, Indiana UnIversity (1993).

The Community
Judge of Costumes, District Latin Forum (High School) (2009–2013).
Workshop leader, Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota (2004).
Judge of Costumes, District Latin Forum (High School) (1995–2003).

Consultation
Time-Life Books. Consultant for book on the Etruscans in the series Lost Civilizations (1995–present).
Department of Biology, University of Florida. Consultation on Latin Nomenclature (2004).
National Geographic Magazine. Article on Italy before the Romans (2004).
Department of Biology, University of Florida. Consultation on Latin Nomenclature (2001).
Department of Biology, University of Florida. Consultation on Latin Nomenclature (1997).
Greystoke Productions, A & E. Consultant for documentary on the Etruscans (1997).
Memphis Museums System and Vatican Museums. Consultant for museum exhibition, The Etruscans: Legacy of a Lost Civilization (1992–1993).
National Geographic Magazine. Article on the Etruscans (1987).


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