AIA Lecturer: Hazel Dodge

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Trinity College Dublin

Hazel Dodge

Hazel Dodge is the Louis Claude Purser Senior Lecturer in Classical Archaeology with Trinity College Dublin, and holds her degrees from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Her research interests are construction techniques of the Roman Empire (particularly in the Eastern Mediterranean), Greek and Roman cities and urbanization, art and architecture, classical marble trade and use, the city of Rome, and Roman spectacle.  Recent publications include Spectacle in the Roman World (2010), Building Materials and Constructions at Leptiminus, Tunisia (to be published in 2010 as part of Final Reports of Excavations and Survey 1990-1999), and Ancient Rome: A Sourcebook (2010, with J.C.N. Coulson and C.J. Smith).  Dr. Dodge is an AIA Kress Lecturer for 2010/2011.

 

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