Affiliation: Chapman University
Justin Walsh is Associate Professor of Art History and Archaeology with the Department of Art at Chapman University, and holds his degrees from the University of Virginia (Ph.D.), the University of Minnesota, and Vanderbilt University. His fields of research are the art and archaeology of the Mediterranean world in the Iron Age, daily life, economy and colonization in classical antiquity, and the archaeologyof space exploration. He is currently directing the Chapman Excavations at Cástulo (Spain), a collaborative project with the Spanish team Siglo XXI en Cástulo; and working at the site of Morgantina, Italy. He is also developing an archaeological investigation of the International Space Station in collaboration with Dr. Alice Gorman (Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia). He has received numerous fellowships, including a Rome Prize and a Fulbright Grant to Greece. Professor Walsh’s main publications include Consumerism in the Ancient World: Imports and Identity Construction (Routledge Monographs in Classical Studies 17, Routledge Press, 2014).
See Justin St. P. Walsh's work in the American Journal of Archaeology.