AIA Lecturer: Elizabeth Marlowe

Lectures by Elizabeth Marlowe

Colgate University

Elizabeth Marlowe is the Gretchen Hoadley Burke '81 Endowed Chair in Regional Studies and Associate Professor of Ancient and Medieval Art in the Department of Art at Colgate University; she holds her degrees from Smith College, the University of Cambridge, and Columbia University (PhD).  Her fields of specialization are ancient art, late antiquity, the city of Rome, Roman imperial monuments, modern uses of the classical past, museum studies, critical museum theory, the art market, cultural property, and antiquities looting and repatriation.  Her publications include Shaky Ground: Context, Coonoisseurship and the History of Roman Art (2013), and "Archaeology and Iconography" in the Oxford Handbook of Roman Imagery and Iconography (Cline and Elkins, eds., forthcoming).

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