AIA Lecturer: Mark Lawall
Mark Lawall is Associate Professor with the Department of Classics, University of Manitoba. He holds his degrees from the University of Michigan (Ph.D. and MA) and the College of William and Mary. His areas of specialization are amphora studies (Archaic through Hellenistic transport amphoras), and the archaeology of ancient economies, particularly of trade and markets; he has conducted amphora research at Athens, Corinth, Isthmia, Gordion, Ephesos, Klazomenai, Troy, the Kyrenia shipwreck, the Pabuc Burnu shipwreck, Stryme, Olbia, Koptos, Lerna, and Rhodes. Professor Lawall’s recent publications include Pottery, People and Places: Study and Interpretation of Late Hellenistic Pottery (editor with P. Guldager Bilde, Black Sea Studies 16, Aarhus, 2014), and “Transport amphoras and market behavior in the economies of Classical and Hellenistic Greece” in E. M. Harris, D. M. Lewis and M. Woolmer (eds.) The Ancient Greek Economy: Markets, Households, and City-States (Cambridge, 2015).
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