AIA Lecturer: Bonna Wescoat

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Emory University

Bonna Wescoat

Bonna Wescoat is with the Art History Department at Emory University, and holds her degrees from Oxford University (D.Phil., M.Phil.), the Institute of Archaeology, University of London (M.A.), and Smith College (A.B.).  Her research interests are ancient Greek art and architecture, particularly sacred architecture, and digital modeling to investigate the interaction of landscape, architecture, and ritual experience.  In addition to The Temple of Athena at Assos (Oxford 2012), she has just completed Samothace vol. 9, Monuments of the Eastern Hill, which will be published by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Her work now centers on the Sanctuary of the Great Gods on Samothrace, where she first worked as a graduate student years ago.
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