National Lecture Program

AIA Lecturer: Susan T. Stevens

Affiliation: Randolph College

A specialist in the archaeology of late and post-Roman North Africa, over the last decade she has directed archaeological excavations of two early Christian basilicas at Carthage (Tunisia). She received her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin and was a fellow at Dumbarton Oaks (1992-93), the recipient of the Katherine Graves Davidson Award (1997) and a fellow at the American Academy in Rome (1999-2000). In addition to her fieldwork, her collaborative research includes participation in a J. P. Getty Museum Grant at the Mus√©e national de Carthage (1993), a National Endowment for the Humanities Project entitled “Devotion and Dissent, the practice of Christianity in North Africa” (1996) and an interdisciplinary project, “Roman Burial and Memorial Practices and Earliest Christianity,” funded by the Shohet fellowship of the International Catacomb Society (2004-05). She is also an avid student of modern languages (French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Arabic)

support Us

The AIA is North America's largest and oldest nonprofit organization dedicated to archaeology. The Institute advances awareness, education, fieldwork, preservation, publication, and research of archaeological sites and cultural heritage throughout the world. Your contribution makes a difference.