National Lecture Program

AIA Lecturer: Lea Stirling

Affiliation: University of Manitoba

Dr. Lea Stirling is Associate Professor of Classics at the University of Manitoba and holds a Canada Research Council Chair in Roman Archaeology. She co-directs excavations at the ancient city of Leptiminus, Tunisia and participated in fieldwork at Germa, Libya, Carthage, Tunisia and Roccagloriosa, Italy. She specializes in Roman Art and Archaeology, Late Antiquity and North Africa. She received her PhD in Classical Archaeology from the University of Michigan and held the position of President of the AIA-Canada from 2003-2004.


See Lea Stirling's work in the American Journal of Archaeology.

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