Dillon Gisch received his B.A. in Art History and Classical Studies from University of Washington (Seattle) in 2013. Afterwards, he became the Director of Antique and Modern Works on Paper at Davidson Galleries (Seattle), where he researched and mounted a variety of exhibitions on European, American, and Japanese graphic art from the 1450s to 1990s.
Dillon is currently a Ph.D. student in the Classics Department and an M.A. student in the Department of Anthropology at Stanford University. He studies Roman visual culture and its relationship to other Italic, Hellenic, and Mediterranean visual cultures, as well as receptions of Greek and Roman visual culture. His primary fields of interest include Greek & Roman Art Histories and Italic archaeology. He also has intedisciplinary interests in the material and visual cultures of the ancient Mediterranean, as well as interests beyond the Graeco-Roman world, including the history of printing and printmaking, the uses and re-uses of the material and visual culture of antiquity from late antiquity to the present, the history of Italic archaeologies, questions of epistemology & ontology, and ethics.