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Curriculum Vitae
MARGARET COOL ROOT


Education

Bryn Mawr College B.A. l969 Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology (Magna cum Laude, with Departmental Honors)

Bryn Mawr College M.A. l97l Etruscan Archaeology

Bryn Mawr College Ph.D. l976 Near Eastern and Classical Archaeology and Etruscan Archaeology


Professional Employment

1992-present Professor of Classical and Near Eastern Art and Archaeology:


Department of the History of Art and the Interdepartmental Program in

Classical Art and Archaeology

Curator of Collections: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

University of Michigan

2004-05 Acting Director, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan

1994-99 Chair, Department of the History of Art, University of Michigan

1992-93 Acting Director, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan

l978-92 Assistant-Associate Professor of Classical and Near Eastern Art and Archaeology:

Department of the History of Art and the Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art

and Archaeology

Assistant-Associate Curator of Collections: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

l977-78 Visiting Assistant Professor: Department of Art and Department of Classical Languages and Literatures, University of Chicago

Research Associate: The Oriental Institute, University of Chicago
Relevant Work-Related Experience

2005 Tour leader to Iran (Archaeological Institute of America)

1999 Tour Leader to Iran (Smithsonian Institution)

l975-77 Instructor in Classical and Near Eastern Art, University of Chicago Extension

l975-76 Archivist for Scholarly Papers: The Oriental Institute, University of Chicago

l974 Graduate Fellow: Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

l973-74 Dissertation Research: Turkey, Iran, London, Paris and Berlin

l97l-72 Museum/Site Study: Europe and North Africa

l969 Trench Supervisor: Bryn Mawr College Excavations at Poggio Civitate (Murlo), Tuscany
Honors and Grants

l969-70 Woodrow Wilson Fellowship

l974-75 Whiting Dissertation Fellowship

l977 ACLS Grant-in-Aid for Recent Recipients of the Ph.D.

l977 NEH Summer Stipend

l978-79 NEH Fellowship for Independent Study and Research

l98l-82 NEA Special Exhibitions Grant (for "Wondrous Glass")

l983 Horace H. Rackham Faculty Research Fellowship and Grant

1985-86 Howard Foundation Fellowship (declined)

1985-86 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship

l986 Visiting Fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford

1987-88 Horace H. Rackham Research Partnership Award

1988 Faculty Recognition Award, University of Michigan

1989-90 Horace H. Rackham Research Partnership Award

1989-90 NEH Academic Conference Grant, for Achaemenid History Workshop

1990 Research Grant: Office of the Vice President for Research, University of Michigan

1991 Seed Money Grant: Office of International Development, University of Michigan, for International Summer Seminars in Achaemenid Studies

1993 Samuel H. Kress Foundation Grant, for Persepolis Fortification Tablet Seal Project

1993-95 NEH Research Tools Grant, for Persepolis Fortification Tablet Seal Project

1995 Seed Money Grant: International Institute, University of Michigan, for development of research and teaching partnership with Turkish colleagues at Bilkent University, Ankara

1994-97 Instructional Technology Grant: College of LS&A, University of Michigan, for development and implementation of an instructional CD on the Persepolis Seal Project


  1. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Block Award, College of Literature, Science & the Arts, University of

Michigan, for development of interdisciplinary undergraduate course: “Art on Trial”

1995 Career Development Award, Office of the Provost, University of Michigan



  1. Bridging Grant, Office of the Vice President for Research and College of Literature, Science &

the Arts, for Persepolis Seal Project

  1. Rackham Pedagogy Award, for development of an interdisciplinary graduate seminar: “Visual

Valence”

1999 Humanities Award, College of Literature, Science & the Arts

1999 Iran Heritage Foundation Grant for Persepolis Seal Project

2001 Rackham Grant for Interdepartmental Collaborative Translation Project with K. Abdi



  1. Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies travel grant for research in Iran

  2. Publication subvention funds from the Office of the Vice President for Research and the College

of Literature, Science & the Arts, University of Michigan, for This Fertile Land

  1. Course Development grant for “Exhibiting Mesopotamia: Art, Politics & the Museum,” Honors

Program, College of Literature, Science & the Arts
External Grant Applications in Progress

  1. Re-installation of the Cameron Cast of the Bisitun Monument of Darius the Great


Publications
Books and Selected Exhibition Catalogues

The King and Kingship in Achaemenid Art: Essays on the Creation of an Iconography of Empire (Acta Iranica Monograph Series, Vol. l9). Leiden: E.J. Brill, l979.

Faces of Immortality: Egyptian Mummy Masks, Painted Portraits, and Canopic Jars in the Kelsey

Museum of Archaeology. Ann Arbor: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, l979.

Wondrous Glass: Reflections on the World of Rome. Ann Arbor: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology,

l982.


Wondrous Glass: Reflections on The World of Rome. Ann Arbor 1980--reissued in 1996 at

http://www.umich.edu/-kelseydb/exhibits/WondrousGlass/RomanGlass.html.



The Samuel A. Goudsmit Collection of Egyptian Antiquities: A Scientist Views the Past. Ann Arbor:

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, l982.



The Art of Seals: Aesthetic and Social Dynamics of the Impressed Image from Antiquity to the Present. Ann Arbor: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, l984.

Crowning Glories: Persian Kingship and the Power of Creative Continuity. Ann Arbor: Kelsey Museum

of Archaeology, 1990.



The Persian Empire: Continuity and Change [Achaemenid History 8], co-editor and contributor with A. Kuhrt and H. Sancisi-Weerdenburg. Leiden: Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, 1994.

Persepolis Seal Studies. An Introduction with Provisional Concordances of Seal Numbers and Associated Documents on Persepolis Fortification Tablets 1-2087 [Achaemenid History 9], with

M.B. Garrison. Leiden: Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, 1996 (reprinted 1998).



Seals on the Persepolis Fortification Tablets: A Catalog in Three Volumes. Volume I. Images of Heroic Encounter, with M. B. Garrison. Chicago: Oriental Institute Publications 117, 2001.

Medes and Persians. Reflections on Elusive Empires, editor and contributor [Ars Orientalis 32 (2002)].

This Fertile Land. Signs + Symbols in the Early Arts of Iran and Iraq, editor and major contributor.

Ann Arbor: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, 2005.


Books in Progress

Handbook to Life in the Persian Empire. New York: for Facts on File.

Seals on the Persepolis Fortification Tablets. Volume II: Images of Human Activity, with M. B.

Garrison. Chicago: for Oriental Institute Publications.



Seals on the Persepolis Fortification Tablets. Volume III: Animals, Creatures, Plants, and Geometric

Devices, with M. B. Garrison. Chicago: for Oriental Institute Publications.

Behind the Scenes: The Collections of the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (with L.E. Talalay). Ann

Arbor: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology.



Ancient Near Eastern Seals in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. Kelsey Museum Studies. Ann Arbor:

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology.



Harmonious Hegemony: Visual Valences of Persian Kingship and Empire
Articles and Chapters

"An Etruscan Horse Race from Poggio Civitate." American Journal of Archaeology 77 (l973) l2l-l37.

"The Herzfeld Archive of the Metropolitan Museum of Art." Metropolitan Museum Journal ll (l976) ll9-l24.

"The Persepolis Perplex: Some Prospects Borne of Retrospect," in Ancient Persia: The Art of an Empire [Invited Lectures on the Middle East at The University of Texas at Austin, Vol. 4], ed. D. Schmandt-Besserat, 5-13. Malibu: Undena Press, l980.

"A Funerary Relief Bust from Palmyra." Bulletin of the Museums of Art and Archaeology, University of Michigan 4 (l98l) l-ll.

"The Parthenon Frieze and the Apadana Reliefs at Persepolis: Reassessing a Programmatic Relationship." American Journal of Archaeology 89 (l985) 103-122.

"Pasargadae" and "Persepolis." Encyclopedia Americana, 1985.

"An Apulian Volute Krater by the Gioia del Colle Painter: Aspects of Context, Attribution and Iconography." Bulletin of the Museums of Art and Archaeology, University of Michigan 7 (1985) 1-25.

"Tappan, Bismarck and the Bitter Connection: Reflections on Men and their Dogs in the Artful Memory." Rackham Reports, University of Michigan (1986-1987) 17-46.

"Evidence from Persepolis for the Dating of Persian and Archaic Greek Coinage." Numismatic Chronicle 148 (1986-1987) 1-12.

"The Persian Archer at Persepolis: Aspects of Chronology, Style, and Symbolism," in L'Or perse et

l'histoire grecque [Revue des Etudes Anciennes 91 (1989)], ed. R. Descat, 33-50.

“The Cameron Squeeze from Behistun: Salvaging a Record of Persian Art and History at the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology.” Archaeology (“Newsbrief”), Spring 1989.

"Circles of Artistic Programming: Strategies for Studying Creative Process at Persepolis," in Investigating Artistic Environments in the Ancient Near East, ed. A. C. Gunter, 115-139. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1990.

"From the Heart: Powerful Persianisms in the Art of the Western Empire," in The Persian Empire in the



West [Achaemenid History 6], ed. H. Sancisi-Weerdenburg, 1-25. Leiden: Nederlands Instituut

voor het Nabije Oosten, 1991.

"Seals in the Ancient Near East: The Authority of Word-Image Synthesis," in Writing in the Ancient

World, ed. M.L. Allen and K. Dix. Ann Arbor: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology 1991, 19-26.

"Persian Art," in The Anchor Bible Dictionary, ed. D.N. Freedman, Vol. I, 440-447. New York, etc.:

Doubleday, 1992.

"Contextualizing Ancient Near Eastern Art: A Review Article." TOPOI 3 (1993) 217-245.

"Lifting the Veil: Approaches to the Study of Artistic Transmission beyond the Boundaries of Historical

Periodisation," in The Persian Empire: Continuity and Change [Achaemenid History 8], eds. A. Kuhrt, H. Sancisi-Weerdenburg, and M.C. Root, 9-37. Leiden: Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, 1994.

"Art and Archaeology of the Achaemenids," Civilizations of the Ancient Near East, eds. J.M. Sasson, J.

Baines, G. Beckman, and K.S. Rubinson., Vol. IV, 2615-2637. New York: Scribner’s, 1995.

"Achaemenid Art" and "Persepolis," in The Dictionary of Art, ed. J. Turner, Vol. 1, 115-119; Vol. 24,

481-484 . London: Macmillan, 1996.

"The Persepolis Fortification Tablets: Archival Issues and the Problem of Stamps versus

Cylinder Seals," in Archives et sceaux du monde hellénistique, eds. A. Invernizzi and M.-F.

Boussac, 3-27. Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique Suppl. 29 (1996).

“Cultural Pluralisms on the Persepolis Fortification Tablets,” in Supplement to TOPOI 7 (1997), eds. J.-F. Salles and M.-F. Boussac, 229-252.

“Pyramidal Stamp Seals: The Persepolis Connection,” in Studies in Persian History: Essays in Memory

of David M. Lewis [Achaemenid History 11], eds. M. Brosius and A. Kuhrt, 257-289. Leiden: Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, 1998.

“An Achaemenid Seal from the Lower City,” with S. Miller-Collett. Studia Troica 7 (1997) 355-362.

“Replicating, Inscribing, Giving: Ernst Herzfeld and Artaxerxes’ Silver Phiale in the Freer Gallery of Art,” with A. C. Gunter. Ars Orientalis 28 (1998) 3-40.

“The Cylinder Seal from Pasargadae: Of Wheels and Wings, Date and Fate,” in Festschrift in Honor of David Stronach, ed. E. Haerinck, et al., 271-303 [Iranica Antiqua 34 (1999)].

"Encyclopedic Encounters." A review article on The Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East, ed. E.M. Meyers (1997). Ars Orientalis 30 (2000) 132-138.

“Imperial Ideology in Achaemenid Persian Art: Transforming the Mesopotamian Legacy,” in Bulletin of the Canadian Society for Mesopotamian Studies, 35 (2000) 19-27.

“The Adams (ex-Herzfeld) Collection of Prehistoric Stamp Seals: Prospects and Quandaries.” Bulletin of the Museums of Art and Archaeology, University of Michigan, 1998-99, (2000) 9-40.

“Animals in the Art of Ancient Iran.” Chapter in A History of the Animal World in the Ancient Near East, ed. B. J. Collins, 169-209. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2002.

"Medes and Persians: The State of Things." Introduction Chapter for Medes and Persians. Reflections on Elusive Empires, ed. M.C. Root, 1-16 [Ars Orientalis 32 (2002)].

"Hero and Worshiper at Seleucia. Re-inventions of Babylonia on a Banded Agate Cylinder Seal of the Achaemenid Empire," in Culture through Objects. Ancient Near Eastern Studies in Honour of P.R.S. Moorey, eds. M. Roaf, D. Stein, and T. Potts, 249-283. Oxford: Griffith Institute, 2003.

"The Lioness of Elam. Politics and Dynastic Fecundity at Persepolis," in A Persian Perspective. Essays in Memory of Heleen Sancisi-Weerdenburg [Achaemenid History 13], eds. W. Henkelman and A. Kuhrt, 9-32. Leiden: Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, 2003.

“Women of the Field. Defining the Gendered Experience." Introduction Chapter for Breaking Ground. Pioneering Women Archaeologists, eds. G.M. Cohen and M.S. Joukowsky, 1-33. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2004.

"Prismatic Prehistory. Ernst Herzfeld on Early Iran," in Ernst Herzfeld and the Development of Near

Eastern Studies, 1900-1950, eds. A.C. Gunter and S.R. Hauser, 215-260. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2005.

“Reading Persepolis in Greek: Gifts of the Yauna,” in Persian Responses: Political and Cultural



Interaction with(in) the Achaemenid Empire, ed. C. Tuplin, 177-225. Swansea: Classics Press of

Wales, 2007.



Articles in Press


“The Legible Image: How Did Seals and Sealing Matter in Persepolis?” in Archives de Persépolis, eds. P.

Briant , W. Henkelman, and M.W. Stolper, 85-150. Paris: Collection Persika 12.

“Reading Persepolis in Greek Part Two: Marriage Metaphors and Unmanly Virtues,” in Ancient Greece

and Ancient Iran: Cross-Cultural Encounters, ed. A. Zournatzi, 195-221. Athens: National

Hellenic Research Foundation.

“Elam in the Imperial Imagination: From Nineveh to Persepolis,” in Elam and Persia, ed. J. Alvarez-Mon

and M.B. Garrison, Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns.

“Medes in the Imperial Imagination,” in Festschrift in Memory of A. Sh. Shahbazi, ed. K. Abdi.
Articles Forthcoming

“Defining the Divine: Performance-Arts of Achaemenid Persian Kingship,” in Every Inch a King: From



Alexander to the King of Kings, eds. L. Mitchell and C. Melville.

“Embracing Ambiguity: Achaemenid Persian Art and Athenian Reception,” in Cultural Identity and the



Peoples of the Ancient Mediterranean, ed. E. S. Gruen.

“Earth-Empire-Cosmos: Reflections on Achaemenid Foundation Texts,” in From the Foundations to the



Crenellations: Essays on Temple Building in the Ancient Near East and Hebrew Bible, eds. M. J.

Borda and J.R. Novotny. Munich: Alter Orient und Altes Testament.

“Trophy Wives: Memoirs of the Mural-Crowned Maiden in Ancient Art.”

“Athens,” for Encyclopedia Iranica.


Exhibition Catalogues Edited

A Victorian View of Ancient Rome: The John Henry Parker Collection of Historical Photographs in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. By Judith Keller and Kenneth A. Breisch, with a Foreword by Margaret Cool Root. Ann Arbor: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, l980.

Napoleon's Legacy: The European Exploration of Egypt. By Pamela Reister. Ann Arbor: Kelsey

Museum of Archaeology, l984.



Reviews

Persepolis and Ancient Iran, compiled by Ursula Schneider, in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 37 (l978) 20l-202.

Acta Iranica Monograph Series Vols. I-VII, edited by Jacques Duchesne-Guillemin, in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 38 (l979) 39-42.

Das sasanidische Felsrelief von Sar Mashad (Iranische Denkmäler Vol. V), by Leo Trümpelmann, in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 40 (l98l) l53-l54.

Parthian Art, by Malcolm A. R. Colledge, in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 40 (1981) 153-154.

Die Stempelsiegel im Vorderasiatischen Museum, by Liane Jakob-Rost, in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 40 (l98l) 59-6l.

Christian Seals of the Sasanian Period, by Judith Lerner, in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 40 (l98l) 6l-62.

Seals and Sealing in the Ancient Near East, edited by McGuire Gibson and Robert Biggs in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 4l (l982) 58-60.

Ancient Art in Seals, edited by Edith Porada, in American Journal of Archaeology 86 (l982) 302-303.

The Catalogue of Ivories from Hasanlu, Iran, by Oscar White Muscarella, in Archaeology (Sept/Oct l982) 76-77.

Persian Glass, by Shinji Fukai, in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 4l (l982) 306-308.

A Decorated Breastplate from Hasanlu, Iran, by Irene J. Winter, in American Journal of Archaeology 87 (l983) 282.

Silver Vessels of the Sasanian Period Vol. I, by Prudence O. Harper, in American Journal of Archaeology 88 (l984) 96-97.

Sculptures and Sculptors at Persepolis, by Michael Roaf, in American Journal of Archaeology 89 (1986) 113-114.

Achaemenid History I-III (1987-1988), edited by H. Sancisi-Weerdenburg and A. Kuhrt, in the Times Literary Supplement (Oct. 13-19, 1989) 1126.

The Hellenistic Aesthetic, by Helen Fowler, in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 53 (1994) 145.

Selected Lectures of Rudolf Wittkower..., edited by D. M. Reynolds, in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 54/2 (1995) 144-146.

Images as Media. Sources for the Cultural History of the Near East and the Eastern Mediterranean (1st

Millennium B.C.E.), ed. C. Uehlinger, in Journal of the Economic and Social History of the

Orient (2002) 376-380.

Helen of Tus: Her Odyssey from Idaho to Iran, by L. Bakhtiari and Bakhtiari Rose, in Journal of Middle



East Women’s Studies 2.2 (2006).

The Legacy of Mesopotamia, edited by Stephanie Dalley, in Ars Orientalis, in press.

The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Persia. New Light on the Parthian and Sasanian Empires, edited by Vesta S. Curtis, Robert Hillenbrand and J.M. Rogers, in Journal of the American Oriental Society, in press.

Die Perser und der Westen, by John Boardman (trans. B. Jaros-Deckert), in Journal of the American

Oriental Society, in press.

The Aura of Kings: Legitimacy and Divine Sanction in Iranian Kingship, by Abolata Soudavar, in

International Journal of Middle East Studies, in press.

Forgotten Empire: The World of Ancient Persia (edited by J.E. Curtis and N. Tallis), in Journal of the

American Oriental Society, forthcoming.

Catalogue of Western Asiatic Seals in the British Museum. Cylinder Seals VI: Pre-Achaemenid and

Achaemenid Periods,by P.H. Merillees, in Ancient West & East, forthcoming.

Ancient Near Eastern Art in Context: Studies in Honor of Irene J. Winter by Her Students, edited by J.

Cheng and M.H. Feldman, in Journal of the American Oriental Society, forthcoming.



Instructional and Research Tools


"Persepolis: 480 B.C." Scholarly consultant for an Encarta 3D Virtual Tour of Persepolis. Microsoft, 2001.

“Persepolis.” Scholarly consultant for BBC documentary, 2004. “Seals and Sealings in the Ancient Near East."

"Persepolis Seal Project Interactive Internet Database," with support from the CNRS and the Collège de

France and in collaboration with M.B. Garrison, ongoing for Musée Achéménide Visuel et Interactif

(MAVI) linked via www. achemenet.com.

“Engaging Ancient Worlds,” Interactive Instructional Tool for the Upjohn Wing of the Kelsey and for the teaching

of History of Art 101 at the University of Michigan, in preparation.
Scholarly Papers Presented

"The Persepolis Tribute Procession: Pious Images of Empire.” Archaeological Institute of America (New York City l976)

"Hand-Holding at Persepolis: Images Déja Vues." College Art Association of America (Los Angeles l977)

"The Behistun Relief: Symbolic Synthesis in Achaemenid History and Art." Archaeological Institute of America, Symposium on Historical Art (Atlanta l977)

"The Persepolis Fortification Tablet Seal Impressions." American Oriental Society (Toronto l978)

"Seals of Officials and 'Official' Seals of the Achaemenid Empire." Oriental Institute Symposium on the Achaemenid Empire (Chicago l978)

"The Achaemenid Royal Hero: Thoughts on a Paradox of Power and Pedigree." Archaeological Institute of America (New Orleans l980)

"The Parthenon Frieze and the Apadana Reliefs at Persepolis: Coincidence, Antithesis, or Emulation?" Archaeological Institute of America (San Francisco l98l)

"The Parthenon Frieze and the Apadana Reliefs at Persepolis: Reassessing a Programmatic Relationship." College Art Association of America (Philadelphia l983)

"Problems in the Evaluation of Athenian Cultural Awareness of Achaemenid Persia." Fifth

Achaemenid History Workshop (London 1985)

"Art and the State in the Ancient Near East." Plenary Session on Art and Politics.

Archaeological Institute of America (Washington 1985)

"Circles of Patronage in Persian Seals." Symposium: Investigating Artistic Environments in the



Ancient Near East. Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution (Washington 1988)

"From the Heart: Achaemenid Persian Cultural Presence in the Western Empire." Achaemenid

History Workshop (Groningen 1988)

"The Persian Archer at Persepolis: Aspects of Chronology, Style, and Symbolism revealed by the Fortification Tablet Seal Impressions." Symposium: L'Or perse et l'histoire grecque (Bordeaux 1989)

"Lifting the Veil: Approaches to the Study of Artistic Transmission beyond the Boundaries of Historical Periodization." Tenth Achaemenid History Workshop (Ann Arbor 1990)

"The Persepolis Fortification Tablet Seal Impressions: Recent Findings." Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York 1991)

"The Persepolis Fortification Tablet Seal Impressions: Stamps versus Cylinder Seals."

International Conference on Archives, Sealings and Seals in the Hellenistic World, (Torino 1993)

"The Achaemenid Persian Throne: Reassessing the Nuances of Art and Actuality at Persepolis." Society for

Iranian Studies (Washington 1993)

"What is Graeco-Persian Art? Perspectives on the Construct and a Case Study from Sardis" (with Elspeth McIntosh [Dusinberre]). International Conference: Culture and Ethnicity in the Hellenistic East (Ann

Arbor 1994)

“Framing a Discourse on Method and History in Ancient Near Eastern Art: Case Studies from the Persepolis Fortification Tablet Seal Impressions.” The Ancient History Seminar 1995: Ancient History and its Images (Institute of Classical Studies, University College, London, May 1995)

The Persepolis Fortification Archive: Archaeological Perspectives.” The Graduate Seminars in Classical Studies 1995 (Department of History, University College London, May 1995)

“Cultural Landscapes of Persepolis: Overarching Questions on the Significance of Persepolis and its Art as an Historical Source on the Persian Empire.” The Graduate Seminars in Classical Studies 1995 (Department of History, University College London, May 1995)

“Modes of Seal Application on the Persepolis Fortification Tablets: Protocol and Predilection in Re-Creative Image-Making,” (American Oriental Society, Philadelphia, March 1996)

“The Persepolis Fortification Tablets: An Overview of the Seal Project.” Mediterranean Archaeology

Seminar, University of Toronto (Toronto, October 1996)

“Intercultural Encounters: Sealing as Discourse on the Persepolis Fortification Tablets.” Conference: Recherches recentes sur l’empire achéménide (Maison de l’Orient, Lyon, April 1997)

“Persepolis. Archaeological and Historiographical Constructions of its Identity as a City.”

Symposium: Ancient Near Eastern Cities. Archaeological Institute of America (Chicago, December 1997)

“Irreverent Inversions: Humor Public and Private in the Glyptic Art of the Persian Court.” Colloquium on Visual Humor in World Art, Warburg Institute (London, February 1999)

“Images of Empire in Ancient Persia: Reflections on the Mesopotamian Legacy.” The Ronald Morton Smith Memorial Lecture, Canadian Society for Mesopotamian Studies, University of Toronto (Toronto, February 1999)

“Seminar: The Persepolis Fortification Tablets,” Open Graduate Seminar, Department of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, Bryn Mawr College (Bryn Mawr, April 1999)

"Issues in the WWW Presentation of Data in the Visual Arts." Invited paper presented to the international symposium Achaemenid History and Data Bases on the Internet. Collège de France, December 2000

"Good v. Evil: Athens and Persepolis in the Western Political/Historical Imagination." Session on The city as Metaphor, the City as Reality (College Art Association, Chicago, February 2001)

"Prismatic Prehistory: Herzfeld on the Stamp Seals of Early Iran." Symposium: Ernst Herzfeld and the Development of Near Eastern Studies, 1900-1950. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution (Washington, DC, May 2001)

“Elam in the Imperial Imagination.” Invited paper at the annual meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research (Philadelphia, November 2005)

“Go Tell It on the Mountain: Bisitun and Naqsh-i Rustam.” Invited paper at the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (Philadelphia, November 2005)

“The Legible Image: How Did Seals and Sealing Matter in Persepolis? Table Ronde: Archives de Persépolis

(Paris: Collège de France, November 2006)

“Reading Persepolis in Greek Part Two: Marriage Metaphors and Unmanly Virtues.” Symposium on Ancient

Greece and Ancient Iran: Cross-Cultural Encounters (Athens, National Hellenic Research Foundation and

Cultural Center of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran November 2006)

“Embracing Ambiguity: A Response to Erich S. Gruen’s ‘Embracing the Other.’” (Los Angeles: Getty Villa

Workshop, October 2007)

“Defining the Divine: Performance-Arts of Achaemenid Persian Kingship.” Symposium: Every Inch a King: From

Alexander to the King of Kings (Cambridge UK: September 2008)


Organization/Moderation of Panels at Professional Meetings, International Conferences

"Defining Modes of Influence: Artistic Relations between Greece and the Near East," College Art Association of America (Los Angeles l985), chair

"Ancient Art -- Selected Problems of Analysis," Midwest Art History Society (Ann Arbor 1987), co-chair with Elaine Gazda

Achaemenid History Workshop 1990 (International Conference in Ann Arbor), co-organizer with S. Humphries, H. Sancisi-Weerdenburg, and A. Kuhrt

Discussant on numerous thematic panels: College Art Association of America and Archaeological Institute of America

"Archaeology of the Achaemenid Empire," Collège de France and CNRS (Paris, November 2003), moderator and

discussant

“Appropriations of Ancient Art: Political Contexts I,” Panel at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Ancient

Historians (Ann Arbor, May 2004), panel organizer and moderator

“Dialogues in Art History” moderator of session for the 25th Anniversary Symposium of the Center for Advanced

Study in the Visual Arts, April 2005.

"Images et l’empire Perse,” Collège de France and CNRS (Paris), co-coordinator, moderator, and

speaker) – planning in progress
Public Lectures (National/International), Selected

"Imperial Images in Achaemenid Persian Sculpture." The University of Chicago (Chicago l978)

"The Sculpture of Persepolis: Dreams in Stone for the Persian King." The University of Texas at Austin Invited Lecture Series (Austin l978)
"The Sculpture of Persepolis." The Walters Art Gallery Inaugural Exhibition Address (Baltimore l978)

"The Sculpture of Persepolis: Dreams in Stone for the Persian King." Archaeological Institute of America Traveling Lecturer Series (Boston, Worcester, and Providence Societies l980; Albany, Finger Lakes, and Rochester Societies l98l)

"Stalking the Sacred Beetle: The Mystery and Magic of Egyptian Scarabs." Samuel A. Goudsmit Memorial Lecture, The University of Nevada at Reno (Reno l983)

"Man as Metaphor: Concepts of the Portrait in Ancient Egypt." Samuel A. Goudsmit Memorial Lecture-- Colloquium in Art History, The University of Nevada at Reno (Reno l983)

"Persepolis l984: Recent Research on the Art of the Persian Empire." Inaugural Lecture, The Oriental Institute (Chicago l984)

"The Seal Impressions from Persepolis." The University of California (Berkeley 1987)

"Persia and the Parthenon." SUNY (Buffalo 1986) and Stanford University (Stanford 1987)

"Persepolis: Recent Research on the Iconography of Empire." San Antonio Museum of Art (San Antonio 1990)

"Bay View and Ancient Egypt." Bay View Association (Bay View, Michigan 1991)

"Art of the Persian Empire: Reassessing the Barbarian." Archaeological Institute of America (Staten Island, Princeton, Northern New Jersey 1991)

"The Sculpture of Persepolis." Founders Society, Detroit Institute of Art (Detroit 1991)

"Art and Ideology of the Achaemenids." Symposium on Art and Power in the Ancient Near East. The Oriental Institute, University of Chicago (1991)

"Darius The Great. Visions of World Empire from Susa and Beyond." The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Lecture to commemorate The Royal City of Susa (New York 1993)

“Fertility and the Landscape of Erotic Desire in Ancient Near Eastern Art,” for NEH Humanities Institute, The Image and Reality of Women in Ancient Near Eastern Societies (Brown University, June 1995)

“Queen, Priestess, Prisoner...Visual Valences of the Historical Woman in Ancient Near Eastern Art,” for NEH Humanities Institute, The Image and Reality of Women in Ancient Near Eastern Societies (Brown

University, June 1995)

“Landscapes of Dynastic Desire in Ancient Near Eastern Art.” Symposium: Narrative Art in the Ancient World.

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (San Francisco, May 1996)

“Persia and the Parthenon: Current Agendas.” The J. Walter Graham Lecture, University of Toronto (Toronto, October 1996)

“Ancient Iran--Art and Traditions.” Iranian-American Medical Association National Meetings (Chicago, May 1996); Regional Meeting (Pittsburgh, November 1996)

“Persepolis: City or Sanctuary?” The C. Densmore Curtis Lecture, Department of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, Bryn Mawr College (Bryn Mawr, April 1999)

"Queens and the Landscape of Dynastic Desire in Ancient Mesopotamia and Iran." Lecture series for the Detroit Institute of Arts in conjunction with Treasures from the Royal Tombs of Ur (March 2001)

"The Royal Hunter in Ancient Mesopotamia and Iran: Shifting Metaphors of an Ordered World." Charles K.

Wilkinson Lecture Series, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, March 2004)

“Perikles Visits Persia: Reading Persepolis in Greek.” University of Colorado (Boulder, March 2008)
Public Lectures (at the University of Michigan), Selected

"Ancient Near Eastern Seals: Where Art and Social History Converge." Center for Near Eastern and North

African Studies (1979)

"Beyond Likeness: Mummy Masks and Metaphors in Ancient Egypt." Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (1979)

"Whispers in the Ear of the King: A Medizer's Miscellany on Greek Artists at the Persian Court." Tappan Association, Department of the History of Art (1980)

"Archaeology in Absentia: Musings on Persian Kings, Persepolis, and Other Ancient Things." Center for Near Eastern and North African Studies (1980)

"Achaemenid Seals and Coins: Problems of Royal Iconography" (in collaboration with Paolo Visonà). Center for Near Eastern and North African Studies (198l)

"Stalking the Sacred Beetle: Heart to Heart with Egyptian Seals and Scarabs." Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (1982)

"New Acquisitions at the Kelsey Museum: An Apulian Volute Krater." Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (1982)

"The Behistun Relief of Darius the Great or: Why George Cameron Climbed to the Top of the Mountain and What He Did There." Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (1986)

"Art and Cult in Ancient Syria: The View from Mari." Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (1987)

"Persia and the Parthenon." University Seminars (1987 & 1988) Multiple alumni groups; Camp Michigania "Pictures of Persepolis: Persia's Imperial Center." Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (1990)

"Empire Builders--Persia and the Parthenon." Humanities Institute (1990)

"Imperial Archives of Persepolis." Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (1993)

"Henry Tappan, his Observatory, and his Dog: Prussian Pretenses in Provincial Ann Arbor." University of Michigan Detroit Observatory Lecture Series (2000)

“The Persepolis Fortification Tablets: Recent Research.” Department of Near Eastern Studies Colloquium (2003)

“Women in the Persian Empire: Assessing Orientalist Historiographies of the Harem.” Center for Middle Eastern

and North African Studies (Fall 2004)

“Signs and Symbols of Humanity in the World of Nature.” Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies

(February 2005)

“Iran the Beautiful and Western Tropes of Desolation.” Persian Student Association, Iran Awareness Week

(April 2005)


Exhibitions at the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Faces of Immortality: Egyptian Mummy Masks, Painted Portraits, and Canopic Jars (l979)

The Coins of Karanis (l980)

A Victorian View of Ancient Rome: The John Henry Parker Collection of Historical Photographs (as advisor to

J. Keller, l980)

Decorative Arts of Coptic and Islamic Egypt (as advisor to E. Higashi, l98l)

The Samuel A. Goudsmit Collection of Egyptian Antiquities: A Scientist Views the Past (l982)

The Mint and the Message (as advisor to P. Visonà, l982)

Wondrous Glass: Reflections on the World of Rome (with the assistance of L. McCoy, l982)

The Art of Seals: Aesthetic and Social Dynamics of the Impressed Image from Antiquity to the Present (with the assistance of M.B. Garrison, M. Morden, J. Higginbotham, and V. Jennings, l984)

Napoleon's Legacy: The European Exploration of Egypt (as advisor to Pamela Reister, l984)

Piecing Together the Past (1984)

The Cameron Squeezes from Behistun: Salvaging a Record of Iranian Art and History (1986)

Caravan! Ancient and Medieval Destinies Across the Sand (1987)

A Portrait Mosaic from Gerasa in Roman Syria (1987)

Egyptian Mummies: From Ancient Cult to Modern Science (1988)

Crowning Glories: Persian Kingship and the Power of Creative Continuity (1990)

The Sigmund Freud Antiquities: Fragments from a Buried Past (with the assistance of M. Giovino, 1991)

This Fertile Land. Signs + Symbols in the Early Arts of Iran and Iraq (2005)

Design of the Ancient Near East Gallery for the Upjohn Wing of the Kelsey Museum (2005-present)

Design of the Installation of Ancient Glass and Glassmaking Techniques for the Upjohn Wing of the Kelsey

Museum (2007-present)


Departmental Service

Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art and Archaeology

Member, Core Committee, Executive Committee, and Faculty (l979-present)

Graduate Advisor (l979-82, 1986-87, 2002-03)

Chair, Subcommittee on Program Revisions (l980-8l)

Language Examiner (1979-present)

Chair, Subcommittee on Program Evaluation (1987-88)

Chair, Subcommittee on Program Review (1990-91)

Member, Search Committee, position in Theory of Field Archaeology (1991-92)

Member, Search Committee, position in Egyptology (1993-94)

Member, Search Committee, position in Greek Archaeology (2002-03)


Department of the History of Art

Member, Academic Committee (l980-83)

Member, Search Committee, position in Islamic Art (l982-83)

Member, Search Committee, position in Medieval Art (l983-84)

Member, Search Committee, position in Japanese Art (1986-87)

Co-Chair, Search Committee, position in Islamic Art (1987-88)

Member, Search Committee, position in Japanese Art (1991-92)

Chair, Search Committee, position in Islamic Art (2000-01)

Member, Search Committee, position in Classical Art and Archaeology (2001-02)

Chair, Search Committee, position in Contemporary Art (1995-96)

Chair, Search Committee, position in American Art (1990-91)

Undergraduate Advisor (l982-85)

Honors Advisor (l983-85)

Chair, Graduate Committee (1987-89)

Director of Graduate Studies (1987-89)

Member, Committee on Feminist Mainstreaming (1991-92)

Member, Curriculum and Pedagogy Committee (1991-92)

Chair, Library Committee (1993-94)

Member, Executive Committee (Winter 2002; 2003-04)

Member, Search Committee, position in Japanese Art (1998-99)

Chair, Search Committee for Chief Curator, Visual Resources Collection (1998-99)

Member, Freer Committee (1994-present)

Department Chair (1994-95 - 1998-99)

Member, ex-officio, Graduate and Undergraduate Committees (1994-99)

Chair, Executive Committee (1994-99)

Member, Undergraduate Committee (2002-03)

Member, Tenure Committee for Howard Lay (2002-03)

Co-Editor-in-Chief of Ars Orientalis (with Ann Gunter, Smithsonian Institution) (2003-05)

Michigan Liaison with the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery of Art, Smithsonian

Institution (2003-05; 2008-09)

Chair, Third-Year Review Committee for Sussan Babaie (2003-04)

Member, Tenure Committee for Sussan Babaie (2006-07)

Elected Member, Executive Committee (2006-07)

Member, Mentoring Committee, Claire Zimmerman (2006-08)

Member, Third-Year Review Committee, Achim Timmerman (2006-07)
Kelsey Museum Service

Member and/or Chair, myriad internal committees and search committees (1979-94; 2001-present) Member, Executive Committee (l987-2003)

Acting Director (Spring-Summer 1988; Fall 1988; January-June 1992; AY 2004-05)

Member, Tenure Committee for Terry Wilfong (2002-03)

Member, Publications Committee (2003-05)
Service to the University

President, Ann Arbor Society of the Archaeological Institute of America (l979-84)

Member, Rackham Academic Appeals Panel (l979-82)

Member, Faculty Selection Committee for Rackham Pre-doctoral Fellowships (l98l)

Member, Faculty Selection Committee for Rackham Non-Traditional Fellowships (l98l)

Faculty Juror, Rackham Academic Appeals Board Hearing (Spring and Summer l98l)

Participating Faculty, Center for Near Eastern and North African Studies (l979-present)

Member, LS&A Honors Council (l983-85)

Member, Faculty Selection Committee for Fellowships on Gender Research (l984)

Member, LS&A Committee to Review College Counseling Efforts (l984-85)

Chair, Rackham Faculty Fellowships and Grants, Division IV (1986-87)

Member, Rackham Executive Board (1987-90)

Member, English Composition Board Policy Committee (1987-89)

Member, Selection Committee for Institute for the Humanities Fellowships (1990-91)

Member, Selection Committee for Research Partnerships Fellowships (1990-91)

Member, Committee to Review the Office of the Vice-President for Research (1991-92)

Member, Governing Board of the Institute for the Humanities (1991-94)

Member, Faculty Selection Committee, Rackham Pre-doctoral Fellowships (1991-92)

Member, Selection Committee for Roberts Scholarship (1993-94)

Member, Humanities Advisory Board for the Executive Committee, College of Literature, Science and the Arts (1993-94)

Member, Executive Committee of the University of Michigan Museum of Art (1994-99)

Member, Executive Committee of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies (1995-98 and

2003-05)

Member, Planning Committee for the Year of the Humanities and the Arts (1996-97)

Member, Director’s Search Committee, University of Michigan Museum of Art (Winter-Summer 1998)

Faculty Associate, Institute for the Humanities (1995-present)

Member, Taskforce of the Interim Dean of the College (1998-99)

Member, President's Committee on Honorary Degrees (1999-02)

Member, Committee on Humanities Journals at Michigan (1999-02)

Chair for CMENAS Theme Semester Initiative to LSA for 2005 (2003-05)



Membership in Professional Associations

American Oriental Society

American Oriental Society Midwest Branch

Archaeological Institute of America

Association of Ancient Historians

CIC Art History Chairs Group: College Art Association (1994-99; Chair 1998-99)

College Art Association of America

International Society for Iranian Studies

Iranian Studies Association

Midwest Society of the College Art Association

University of Michigan Research Club

University of Michigan Scientific Club



Reviewer of Manuscripts/Grant Applications/Awards

American Council of Learned Societies



American Journal of Archaeology

Archaeological News

Ars Orientalis

Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research

Bulletin of the Asia Institute

Cambridge University Press

Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (CASVA)

Cotton Foundation

Getty Fellowship Program

Hesperia

Iran Heritage Foundation

Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation



Journal of Near Eastern Studies

MacArthur Foundation

National Endowment for the Arts

National Endowment for the Humanities (both Fellowships and Panels)


Routledge

The National Geographic

The Art Bulletin


The Smithsonian Institution

University of California Press

University of Chicago Press

University of Michigan Press

University of Wisconsin Press

Program Reviewer

Department of the History of Art and Program in Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World, University of

Pennsylvania (2003)
Faculty Reviewer

Northwestern University

The Johns Hopkins University

The Ohio State University

Trinity University

University of Toronto

University of Pennsylvania

University of Sydney

University of Liverpool
Editorial Boards/Steering Committees

Member: Editorial Board of Ars Orientalis (Co-Editor in Chief 2003-05)

Member: Editorial Board of Kelsey Museum Studies

Member: Editorial Board of Bulletin of the Museums of Art and Archaeology (through 1999)

Member: Editorial Board of Achaemenid History, Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten

Co-pilot, Steering Committee for the Visual Arts Cell: Musée Achéménide Virtuel et Interactif (MAVI)



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Member: CNRS Groupe de Recherche, Réseau international d'études et de recherches achéménides, 2002-2005,

2006-2009

Member: Advisory Board of the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (CASVA), 2002-2005

Chair: Advisory Board for the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (CASVA) 2005
Courses Taught at University of Michigan

History of Art l0l: Ancient-Medieval Survey of the Art of the Near East and Europe (as standard survey)

History of Art 101 as Art & Agency in a Pre-Modern World #

History of Art 101 as Great Monuments of Ancient and Medieval Worlds

LSA Honors 251: Exhibiting Mesopotamia: Art, Politics & the Museum ##

History of Art 223: Introduction to the Art and Archaeology of the Ancient Near East

History of Art 306: Exhibiting Mesopotamia: Art, Politics & the Museum **

History of Art/American Culture 332: Art on Trial. American Public Monuments and Political Controversy #/**

History of Art 393: Honors Pro-Seminar in the History of Art (varying subtitles) **

Methodologies in Greek Vase Painting Public Art and Political Controversy” The Artist’s Hand: Studies in Historiography and New Potentials of a Method

History of Art 394: Early Arts of Iran: An Exhibition Seminar */**

History of Art 405: Artists and Patrons (varying subtitles) *

The Art of Seals in the Ancient Near East

The Persian Empire

History of Art 42l: Art and Archaeology of the Ancient Near East

History of Art 433: Greek Sculpture. The Parthenon *

History of Art 437: Egyptian Art and Archaeology *

History of Art 439: Greek Vase Painting *

History of Art 48l: Art of Ancient Iran: Chalcolithic-Sasanian Periods* and as special option *

History of Art 613: Museum Studies. Prehistoric Stamp Seals of Mesopotamia and Iran

History of Art 613: Early Arts of Iran: An Exhibition Seminar

History of Art 617: Visual Valence. Case Studies in the Critical Reading of Material Culture--varying topics

Randolph Rogers and the Commemoration of Emancipation (cross-listed with Women's Studies)

Seals in University of Michigan Collections

Exhibiting Mesopotamia: Art, Politics & the Museum +

History of Art/Women's Studies 720: Gender and Sexuality in the Visual Arts (with Pat Simons)

History of Art 822: Problems in the Art and Archaeology of the Persian Empire (various topics)

Annual Participating Lecturer, Near Eastern Studies 445 (1980-94)

Annual Pro-Seminar Participating Lecturer, in Archaeological and Art Historical Methods, Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art and Archaeology

Participating Lecturer, Annual Graduate Pro-Seminar in the History of Art (on occasion through 1990)

* As Upper Level Writing Course for departmental service

** As undergraduate seminar for departmental service

# Satisfying LSA Race & Ethnicity requirement for departmental service

## Linking History of Art curriculum to the LSA Honors Program for departmental service

+ As a Museum Studies Program Cognate

Independent Studies Supervised

The Site of Dura Europus

Readings in Egyptian Art

Roman Wall Painting

Roman Glass (both individually and as a group seminar)

Problems in Museum Research (repeatedly, using different material)

Problems in Evaluating Influence Phenomena in Ancient Art

Readings on Narrative Art

Feminist Critique in Ancient Art (repeatedly, using different material)

Historiography of the Parthenon

Readings in the Archaeology of the Persian Empire (repeatedly)

Readings in Issues of Public Art

Readings in Nabataean Studies

Studies in Seal Research (repeatedly)

Museum Studies Program Internship Supervisions

Dissertation Research (various topics)

Exhibition Design Projects (various)

Honors Theses Supervised (lst Reader). The Many as Second Reader are not Listed

Helen Smith (Classical Archaeology): Ancient Near Eastern

Victoria Weston (History of Art): Greek

Nathan Estep (Classical Studies/History of Art): Egyptian (as publication project)

Molly Cronnenwett (History of Art): American Public Art

Kate Hickner (History of Art): American Public Art



Masters Papers Supervised

Victoria Jennings (History of Art: Near Eastern) lst Reader

Gina Alexander (History of Art: Roman) 2nd Reader

David Caccioli (History of Art: Etruscan) 2nd Reader

Helen Wechsler (History of Art: Indian) 2nd Reader

Steven Markel (History of Art: Indian) 2nd Reader

Susan TePaske-King (History of Art: Greek) 1st Reader

David Katz (History of Art: Near Eastern) 1st Reader

Mariana Giovino (History of Art: Greek) 1st Reader
Dissertation Committees (Regular or Cognate Member)

Timothy McNiven (Archaeology: Greek)

Valerie Hutchinson (Archaeology: Roman)

Rebecca Miller (Archaeology: Greek)

Diane Conlin (Archaeology: Roman)

Gail Hoffman (Archaeology: Greek and Near Eastern)

George Armantrout (Archaeology: Greek)

Ann Harrison (Archaeology: Greek)

Cathy Keesling (Archaeology: Greek)

Victoria Weston (History of Art: Japanese)

Ellen Perry (Archaeology: Roman)

Molly Lindner (History of Art: Roman)

Rebecca Price-Wilkins (History of Art: Medieval)

Kirsten Buick (History of Art: American)

Irene Leung (History of Art: Chinese)

Kamyar Abdi (Anthropology: Prehistoric Iran)

Jane Rempel (Archaeology: Greek/Near Eastern)

Karen Johnson (Archaeology: Roman Egypt)

Vadim Jigoulov (Near Eastern Studies: Religion)

Lori Khatchadourian (Archaeology: Near Eastern)

Hima Mallampati (Archaeology: Law and Museums), in progress

Lisa Cakmak (Archaeology: Classical/Near Eastern), in progress

Katherine Raff (History of Art: Classical), in progress

Adela Sobotkova (Archaeology: Classical/Near Eastern) in progress



Dissertation Committees (Chair)

Elizabeth Higashi (History of Art: Roman Egypt), 1986

Mark Garrison (Archaeology: Near Eastern), 1988

Elspeth McIntosh Dusinberre (Archaeology: Near Eastern), 1997

Mariana Giovino (History of Art: Near Eastern), 2004

Björn Anderson [co-chair] (Archaeology: Near Eastern/Roman) 2005

Ben Rubin [co-chair] (Archaeology: Roman/Near Eastern) 2008

Alexander Nagel [co-chair] (Archaeology: Near Eastern), in progress


Dissertation Committees (External Examiner)

Bruce Power, Center for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 1999

Cindy Nimchuk, Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilization, University of Toronto, 2001

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