AIA Lecturer: Joanne Murphy
Joanne Murphy is Associate Professor with the Department of Classical Studies, University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She holds her degrees from the University of Cincinnati (Ph.D.), and University College Dublin, and her fields of study are Greek archaeology, archaeological methods and theory, the archaeology of religion, and the archaeology of mortuary systems. She is Director of the Kea Archaeological Research Survey, and Co-director of the restudy of the Pylian tombs. Publications include Ritual in Archaic States (edited volume, University Press of Florida, 2016), and Death and Palaces: A Detailed Study of Pylian Tombs (in preparation).