AIA Lecturer: Elizabeth M. Greene
Elizabeth M. Greene is Assistant Professor of Roman Archaeology with the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Western Ontario. She holds her degrees from the University of North Carolina (Ph.D.), Tufts University, and Boston University, and her fields of research are Roman archaeology and social history, women and families in the Roman world, western Roman provinces, Romanization and imperialism, Roman military, and Latin epigraphy. She has been involved in the excavations at the Vindolanda Roman Fort since 2002, and has also been a specialist consultant at the Area Sacra di Sant'Omobono in Rome. Professor Greene’s current publication projects include The Roman Shoe Assemblage from the Vindolanda Roman Fort (in progress, Journal of Roman Archaeology, supplement series) and Present but Not Accounted For: Women and the Roman Army (in progress, co-edited with L.L. Brice, Cambridge University Press).