Affiliation: University of Nebraska
Michael Hoff is Professor of Art History at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he has taught since 1989. His research interests include Greek architecture, the architectural topography of Athens during the Roman period, and the archaeology of Asia Minor. He is Director of the Antiocheia ad Cragum Excavations in Turkey, and has participated in excavations in North Wales, Corinth, Crete, Nemea, and Rough Cilicia in southern Turkey. He is co-editor of The Romanization of Athens (1998), and has published articles in a wide array of scholarly journals. Professor Hoff is an active member of the AIA, and the founder and president of the Lincoln-Omaha Society.