Jennifer Tobin, PhD
Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies
Classics and Mediterranean Studies
Building & Room:
601 S. Morgan St.
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Areas of Research and Publication:
Greek and Roman art & archaeology, Roman architecture, Ancient Anatolia.
Courses recently taught:
- The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt (ARST/AH/AAST 210)
- The Archaeology of the Mediterranean World (CL103)
- Greek Art and Archaeology (CL/AH/HIST 204)
- Roman Art and Archaeology (CL/AH/HIST 205)
- The History and Archaeology of Alexander the Great (CL 298)
- The Cities of Vesuvius (CL 298)
Black Cilicia: A Study of the Plain of Issus during the Roman and Late Roman Periods (Oxford, BAR International Series 1275), 2004.
Herodes Attikos and the City of Athens: Patronage and Conflict under the Antonines (Amsterdam: JC Gieben, 1997)
“Excavations on the Kastro at Kavousi: An Architectural Overview,” with W. Coulson et al., Hesperia 66 (1997) 315-90
Review of SEBASTOI SOTIRI by P. Baldassarri in the American Journal of Archaeology 105 (2001) 131-2.
Research Currently in Progress
“The Domestic Architecture and Stratigraphy from Zeugma” The 2000 Rescue Excavations at Zeugma. W. Aylward (ed) (Packard Humanities Institute, Los Altos)