Interest Groups

Coroplastic Studies Interest Group

Chair: Erica Angliker, Erica.Angliker@sas.ac.uk

The Coroplastic Studies Interest Group consists of researchers with an interest in coroplastic studies, whether it be from an archaeological, technical, religious, social, or art historical perspective, and in promoting its understanding to members of the AIA through its various programs and publications.

Membership

Membership in the Coroplastic Studies Interest Group (CSIG) is open to anyone with an interest in the study of terracotta figurines from legally-excavated contexts. Although formed by classical archaeologists working at ancient sites around the Mediterranean and Black Sea areas, the CSIG welcomes those scholars conducting research on terracotta figurines from other areas of the world, such as Central and South America, Africa, south-east Asia, and the Pacific rim. We also extend membership to colleagues in anthropology, history, and religious studies, among other disciplines.

Visit our website at www.coroplasticstudies.org for more info!

Members


Marina Albertocchi

Alexandros Andreou

Erica Angliker

Rebecca Ammerman

Virginia Anderson-Stojanovic

Erin Walcek Averett

Christina Avronidaki

Margherita Bonanno Aravantinos

Caitlin Barrett

Malcolm Bell, III

Angela Bellia

David Ben-Schlomo

Silvia Martina Bertesago

Bob Bianchi

Clarissa Blume

Stephanie L. Budin

Jennifer Butterworth

Jean-Sylvan Caillou

Annie Caubet

Murat Ceklimez

Maria Chidiroglou

Sharri Clark

Anita Cook

Guner Coskunso

Andrea Creel

Ghada Daher

Erin Darby

Michele Daviau

Emel Dereboyli

Martine DeWailly

Sheila Dillon

Lynn Dodd

Elcin Dogan

Shawna Dolansky

Adi Erlich

Sabine Fourier

David Frankfurter

Laura Gasparri

Geraldine Gesell

Ivan Ghezzi

Marcie Handler

Rick Hauser

Sarah Hawley

Christopher Holland

Stephanie Huysecom-Haxhi

Gul Isin

Heather Jackson

Paul Jacobs

Kristine Boggild Johannsen

Kostas Kalogeropoulos

Deborah Brown Kazazis

Fiona Kidd

Sonia Klinger

Daisy Knox

Theodora Kopestonsky

Mechthild Ladurner

Ergun Lafli

Susan Langdon

Stephanie Langin-Hooper

Stephanie Larson

George Lau

Martin Maischberger

S. Rebecca Martin

Natacha Massar

Neguine Mathieux

Gloria Murker

Nathalie Martin

Mehdi Mortazavi

Joseph Mountjoy

Arthur Muller

Maya Muratov

Joannis Mylonopoulos

Alexander Nagel

Helen Nagy

Beth Alpert Nakhai

Lolita Nikolova

Antonella Pautasso

Sophie Picaud

Marcella Pisani

Michael Press

Serena Rafiotta

Matthias Recke

Irene Romano

Mark Rose (Staff Liason)

Marco Rossi

Frank Rumscheid

Ferhan Sakal

Gina Salapata

Philip Saperstein

Nancy Serwint

Heather Sharpe

Kathleen Sherwood

Rouhollah Shirazi

Elena Solovieva

Elaine Sullivan

David T. Sugimoto

Andrei Tabarev

Dominique Kassab Tezgor

Christopher A. Tutle

Loeta Tyree

Jaimee Uhlenbrock

Anja Ulbrich

Veit Vaelske

Maria AlexandrescuVianu

Vangelis Vivliodetis

Elizabeth Waraksa

Mary Weismantel

Hector Williams

Barbara Wolff

Kook-Young Yoon

Katarzyna Zeman-Wisniewska

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