AIA Lecturer: Adam T. Rabinowitz

Lectures by Adam T. Rabinowitz

University of Texas

photo by John Anderson
photo by John Anderson

Adam Rabinowitz is Associate Professor in the Department of Classics at the University of Texas, and also Assistant Director of the Institute of Classical Archaeology there.  He holds his degrees from the University of Michigan (PhD and MAs) and Swarthmore College, and his research interests are Greek colonization, cultural interaction, ancient food and drink, archaeology of daily life, and digital approaches to archaeology.  He is a field archaeologist with twenty-five years of archaeological field experience at Greek, Roman, and Byzantine sites in Italy, England, Israel, Tunisia, and Ukraine, and has published extensively.  Professor Rabinowitz is also involved in several digital humanities projects related to the linking and visualization of information about the Classical past, including Pleiades, GeoDia, Hestia 2, and PeriodO.

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