Dillon Gisch is currently a PhD Candidate in Classical Archaeology at Stanford University. His dissertation investigates how ancient viewers understood replication and difference in images of "modest Venus" in the Roman world. He also has broad interests in Hellenistic and Roman art history, social archaeology, materiality & visuality, replication, and heritage.
Previously, he has excavated in central Italy at Cosa and Poggio Civitate and worked as a gallerist of (early) modern printed graphic art on paper at Davidson Galleries in Seattle. He received his BA in Art History and Classical Studies from the University of Washington—Seattle.