AIA Lecturer: Kimberly Bowes

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University of Pennsylvania

Kimberly Bowes

Kimberly Bowes is with the Department of Classics at the University of Philadelphia, and holds her degrees from Princeton University (Ph.D.), the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London (M.A.), and Williams College (B.A.).  Her areas of specialization are late Roman archaeology and art history, early Christian archaeology, and ancient economics.  She is co-director of the Roman Peasant Project in Tuscany and the Philosophiana Archaeological Project in Sicily.

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