National Lecture Program

AIA Lecturer: Mark Fullerton

Affiliation: Ohio State University

Professor Fullerton’s teaching and publications touch on a wide range of topics in the art and archaeology of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds. His recent research focuses especially on ancient sculpture, historiography, and the interactions between Greece and Rome as reflected in the visual arts. He is the author of Ancient Art and its Historiography (Cambridge UP, 2003), Greek Art (Cambridge UP, 2000), The Archaistic Style in Roman Statuary (EJ Brill, 1990) and numerous articles and reviews in scholarly journals and collections. He is currently writing Roman Art for Phaidon Press (to appear in 2005), and he has begun work on a book dealing with Neo-Attic Sculpture. Dr. Fullerton has held national positions in the Archaeological Institute of America and the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, and has served as a staff member on several archaeological excavations in both Italy and Greece.

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