National Lecture Program

AIA Lecturer: Kevin Dicus

Affiliation: University of Oregon

Kevin Dicus is Assistant Professor with the Classics Department, University of Oregon, and holds his degrees from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor (Ph.D.) and the University of Arizona.  His areas of specialization are Pompeii, ancient urbanism, and material culture theory.  He is Co-Director (with Allison Emmerson) of the Pompeii Urban Waste Project, Excavation Supervisor for the University of Cincinnati Pompeii Archaeological Research Project: Porta Stabia, and is also working at the Gruppo Archeologico Romano excavations in the Tolfa Mountains.  His current publication projects include Excavations at Pompeii (I.l, VII.7, and the Porta Stabia), Vol. 1, Structure, Stratigraphy, and Space (co-author), and Refuse Management in the Roman City (in progress).

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