Three Faculty Members to Present at Annual AIA/SCS Meeting in 2020

Every winter, the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) and the Society for Classical Studies (SCS), formerly known as the American Philological Association, holds its joint annual meeting that invites scholars from across the United States to explore the ancient world. This year’s annual meeting will be held in Washington, D.C., on January 5, 2020. 

Scholars listen and participate in different sessions that explore artifacts, art, social systems, fashion, cooking vessels, trade networks, shipwrecks, architecture, inscriptions and archaeological research methods of the classical and New World.

The Stanford Classics Department would like to congratulate 3 of our faculty members who will be presenting their work at the annual meeting!

Below are the topics each faculty member will be presenting:  

Associate Prof. Jennifer Trimble: “A New Look at Old Evidence for the Tomb of the Haterii” [Session 2]

Assistant Prof. Justin Leidwanger: Organizer, “The “Church Wreck” and Beyond: Marzamemi Maritime Heritage Project, 2013-2019” [Session 3]; Co-Presenter, “Past and Present Investigations of the “Church Wreck” at Marzamemi” [Session 3], “A Monumental Outlier at the End of Antiquity?” [Session 3], “Engaging the Past with the Present: Connectivity and Maritime Heritage at Marzamemi” [Session 3] 

Lecturer Kilian Mallon: “The Early Christian Landscape as Taskscape” [Session 6]