AIA Lecturer: Bridget Buxton

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University of Rhode Island

Bridget Buxton

Dr. Bridget Buxton is Assistant Professor in the Department of History, University of Rhode Island. She holds her degrees from Victoria University of Wellington (M.A.) and University of California, Berkeley (Ph.D.), and her areas of specialization are underwater and deep submergence archaeology, and Greek and Roman history and archaeology (especially Augustus). She has worked on the DANAOS deepwater survey of the Libyan Sea, the Shipwrecks of Anatolia Imaging Project, and a variety of other surveys and research projects.

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