National Lecture Program

AIA Lecturer: Susan Kane

Affiliation: Oberlin College

Susan E. Kane is the Mildred C. Jay Professor of Art at Oberlin College, and holds her degrees from Bryn Mawr (Ph.D.) and Barnard College.  Her research interests include Greek, Etruscan, and Roman sculpture and architecture, the study of ancient building technologies and building materials, and the use of archaeological sciences in the study of archaeology.  She is the Director of the Cyrenaica Archaeological Project in Libya, and of the Sangro Valley Project in Italy.  Professor Kane was the recipient of the 2005 Research and Exploration Award from the National Geographic Society, and the 2013 Presidential Award from the Society of American Archaeology.

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