National Lecture Program

AIA Lecturer: Thomas Morton

Affiliation: Bryn Mawr College

Dr. Thomas Morton is Visiting Assistant Professor with the Growth and Structure of Cities Department at Bryn Mawr College.  He holds his degrees from the University of Pennsylvania (Ph.D.), and Pennsylvania State University, and his field of study is ancient Roman architecture and urbanism, particularly that of North Africa.  He has participated in archaeological projects in North Africa (Carthage) and Italy (at Villa Magna) and conducted field research all around the Mediterranean. His recent publications include “Constructed Landscapes: Designing Urban Centers in Roman Africa” in Beyond Boundaries: Connecting Visual Cultures in the Roman Provinces, (S. Alcock, M. Egri, and J. Frakes, eds., Getty Publications, 2016), and forthcoming works include “Punic and Roman Architecture and Urbanism” in the Blackwell Companion to North Africa in Antiquity (R. Hitchner), and Individuality within Regularity: Designing Architecture and Urbanism in Roman Africa (in progress).

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