National Lecture Program

AIA Lecturer: Judith M. Barringer

Affiliation: University of Edinburgh

Judith Barringer is Professor of Greek Art and Archaeology with the University of Edinburgh. She holds her degrees from Yale (M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D.) and George Washington University (B.A.), and has held positions at SUNY New Paltz, Yale, Vassar, Trinity College, Bard College, and Middlebury College. Her areas of specialization are Greek art and archaeology, and Greek history, myth, and religion. Her main publications include Art Myth and Ritual in Classical Greece (Cambridge, 2008), The Hunt in Ancient Greece (Baltimore and London, 2001), and Divine Escorts: Nereids in Archaic and Classical Greek Art (Ann Arbor, 1995). She has received numerous awards and fellowships, and was the 2007 Gertrude Smith Professor at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

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