Maureen Fant
Maureen B. Fant is a food writer who specializes in the food of Rome, where she has lived for more than 30 years. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Gourmet, and other periodicals, and her food-related books include Eat Like the Romans;...
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Benjamin R & Karen P Foster
Benjamin R. Foster (A.B. Princeton, Ph.D. Yale) teaches ancient, medieval, and modern Near Eastern history at Yale, and is a well-known lecturer to general audiences and alumni groups. He is the author of several hundred publications, mostly on the...
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Karl Friday
Karl Friday is Professor of Premodern Japanese History at Saitama University (Saitama, Japan) and Professor Emeritus at the University of Georgia. A student and on-and-off resident of Japan for more than 35 years, he holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in...
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Annapurna Garimella
Dr. Annapurna Garimella is an art historian and designer who specializes in the art and architecture of South Asia, particularly India. Annapurna has been a study leader on many AIA Tours of India and Bhutan, and received the highest praise. She...
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Pika Ghosh
Dr. Pika Ghosh, Associate Professor of Art at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, teaches courses on South Asian art, architecture, and culture. Her research focuses on material culture in eastern India from the 17th century to the...
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John R. Hale
John R. Hale, a native of Indiana, earned his B.A. at Yale in 1973 and his Ph.D. at Cambridge in 1979, both degrees in Archaeology. His archaeological fieldwork and research projects include studies of Bronze Age Scandinavian watercraft; prehistoric...
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Stephen Harvey
Since 1993, Stephen Harvey (Ph.D., U. of PA) has been Director of the Ahmose and Tetisheri Project, which centers on excavation of the monumental complex of King Ahmose at Abydos, under the aegis of the Pennsylvania-Yale-Institute of Fine Arts, NYU...
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Ronald Hicks
Archaeological Institute of America lecturer and host Ronald Hicks specializes in pre-Christian Ireland and his research for the past forty years has been concerned with the nature of the pre-Christian religion of Ireland and the way it was...
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James Higginbotham
James Higginbotham, Associate Professor of Classical Archaeology at Bowdoin College, holds a Ph.D. in Classical Art and Archaeology from the University of Michigan. His scholarly interests focus on ancient Greek and Roman colonies, as well as the...
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Nicolle Hirschfeld
  Nicolle Hirschfeld’s current research in Turkey centers on the shipwrecked cargo recovered in the waters off Cape Gelidonya, in the Antalya region. This is the site where George Bass established the science of nautical archaeology in 1960. In the...
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