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Allison Sterrett-Krause

Assistant Professor

Address: Randolph Hall 306C
Phone: 843.953.5887
E-mail: sterrettkrauseae@cofc.edu
Curriculum Vitae: Download



Education


BA, Randolph-Macon Woman's College, 2003
American Academy in Rome, Classical Summer School, 2004
MA, University of Cincinnati, 2006
Ph.D, University of Cincinnati, 2012

Research Interests

Art and architecture of Greece and Rome; ancient topography and urban development; ancient technology and craft production; Latin language, literature, and epigraphy; Roman social history; Roman North Africa; gender in antiquity.

Courses Taught

Fall 2013: Lucretius (LATN 390); Images of Women in Classical Antiquity (CLAS 242).

Spring 2014: Introductory Latin (LATN 101); Introduction to Latin Epigraphy (LATN 390); Homes and Households (CLAS 203)


Honors and Awards

2013 Nominee from University of Cincinnati to the ProQuest/Council of Graduate Schools Distinguished Dissertation in the Humanities Competition 


Publications

In preparation. “Glass from the East Cemetery.” In Leptiminus Reports, vol. 3, The East Cemetery, JRA Supplementary Series, edited by L. Stirling and D. Stone.

In preparation. "Cemetery Glass from Leptiminus, Tunisia: Reflections of Daily Life in Roman North Africa." Annales du 19e Congrés de l’Association Internationale pour l’Histoire du Verre.

In preparation. “Women as agents of building donations in Roman North Africa.” 

2009. “Evidence for Glass-Working from the Yasmina Necropolis at Carthage.”  Annales du 17e Congrés de l’Association Internationale pour l’Histoire du Verre 2006, edited by K. Janssens, P. de Gryse, P. Cosyns, J. Caen, and L. Van’t dack, 240-246. Antwerp: University Press Antwerp.

2009. “Glass.” In A Cemetery of Vandalic Date at Carthage, JRA Supplementary Series 75, by S.T. Stevens, M.B. Garrison, and J. Freed, 217-235. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.