Leslie Preston Day is with the Department of Classics at Wabash College, and holds her degrees from Bryn Mawr (A.B.) and the University of Cincinnati (M.A. and Ph.D.). Her areas of specialization are Aegean Bronze Age archaeology, and Dark Age Crete. She has done extensive fieldwork in Crete, where she was Co-Director at Kavousi and Vronda. Her publications include several volumes on Kavousi,most recently Kavousi IIB,The LM IIIC Settlement at Vronda: Houses on the Periphery (INSTAP Academic Press, with Kevin Glowacki, 2012), and one on The Pottery from Karphi: A Reappraisal. (British School at Athens Studies 19, 2011). Professor Day has received various honors and awards for her work, and is a past recipient of the AIA Pomerance Fellowship.