Posted January 20th, 2021
The book draws on work done as part of the Nemea Valley Archaeological Project, a previous fieldwork site for the department.
Contested Legacies and National Identity in 'For Which It Stands,' an Exhibition by Emily Alesandrini
Posted November 30th, 2020
Posted November 25th, 2020
An archaeologist considers a Confederate statue.
Posted November 16th, 2020
Posted November 5th, 2020
Virtual Event: A Conversation with Dan Hicks (curator, Pitt Rivers Museum) on ‘The Brutish Museums: The Benin Bronzes, Colonial Violence and Cultural Restitution’
Posted November 1st, 2020
December 4 at 12pm
Posted October 19th, 2020
Weintraub holds a master’s degree and a doctorate in History of Art with a focus on contemporary art from Bryn Mawr College.
Carlos Cartagena to present new analytical technique in magnetized plasma turbulence with the Bryn Mawr Experiment
Posted October 9th, 2020
Book Co-Edited by Professor Catherine Conybeare Looks at Relationship of Classical Philology and Theology
Posted October 2nd, 2020
This collection of essays explores for the first time the deep and significant interactions between the fields of classical philology and theology.
Posted September 30th, 2020
Michelle Francl is the Frank B. Mallory Professor of Chemistry.
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