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Fragment of a marble Sarcophagus
ca. 230-240 ACE
Duke Museum of Art
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Carla M. Antonaccio
 
 
Carla M. Antonaccio

Title: Professor of Classical Studies and Art, Art History & Visual Studies
Office Location: 233H Allen Bldg, Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone: (919) 684-3013
Email Address: canton@duke.edu
Web Page:
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Office Hours:

Tuesday, 1-3 and by appointment
Teaching (Spring 2016):

  • Clst 344.01, Early greek archaeology Synopsis
    East duke 209, MW 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
  • Arthist 790.01, Topics in art history Synopsis
    Smith wrhs a285, W 04:40 PM-07:10 PM
Education:
  • Ph.D. Princeton University, 1987
  • M.A. Princeton University, 1983
  • B.A. Wellesley College, 1980
  • Senior Associate Member, 1989, 1992 American School of Classical Studies, 1998
  • Student Associate Member, American School of Classical Studies, 1985
  • Zertifikat, Deutsch als Fremdsprache, Goethe Institut, Rothenburg o.d.Tauber, 1984
  • 12 College Exchange (Foreign Study in Europe), Dartmouth College, 1979

Excavation and Archaeological Experience

  • Morgantina Project, (with Malcolm Bell, University of Virginia), Co-Director, Sicily, 1990 to present
  • Princeton Cyprus Expedition, (Princeton University), Polis Chrysochou, Cyprus, 1983
  • Agora Excavations, (American School of Classical Studies), Athens, Greece, 1982
  • Halieis Excavations, (Indiana University), Study Assistant, Porto Cheli, Greece, 1980
  • Halieis Excavations, (Indiana University), Trenchmaster, Porto Cheli, Greece, 1979

Research Interests:

Mediterranean archaeology, especially the late Bronze and Iron Ages; ceramic studies; the archaeology of identity.
Duties:

Co-Director, Morgantina Excavations Vice President for Research & Academic Affairs, Archaeological Institute of America
Representative Publications   (More Publications)
  1. CM Antonaccio. An Archaeology of Ancestors: Greek Tomb and Hero Cult.  Rowman & Littlefield, 1995.  [abs]
  2. CM Antonaccio. "Origins, culture, and identity in classical antiquity." manualWorlds Elide. Edited by P Euben and K Bassi,.  Lexington Press (2010): 4-17.
  3. CM Antonaccio. "The Western Mediterranean." manualThe Blackwell Companion to the Ancient World (Basil Blackwell). Edited by K Raaflaub and HV Wees.  Blackwell (2009): 314-329.
  4. CM Antonaccio. "(Re) Defining Ethnicity: Culture, Material Culture, and Identity." manualVisual Culture and Social Identity in the Ancient Mediterranean. Edited by T Hodos and S Hales.  Cambridge University Press (2009): 32-53.
  5. CM Antonaccio. "Colonization: Greece on the Move." manualThe Cambridge Companion to Archaic Greece. Edited by H.A. Shapiro.  Cambridge University Press (2007): 201-224.
  6. CM Antonaccio. "Elite mobility in the west." manualPindar’s Poetry, Patrons and Festivals: from Archaic Greece to the Roman Empire. Edited by C Morgan.  Oxford University Press (2006): 265-285.
  7. CM Antonaccio. "Religion, basileis, and heroes." manualAncient Greece: from the Mycenaean Palaces to the Age of Homer. Edited by I Lemos and I Deger-Jalkotzy.  University of Edinburgh Press (2006): 381-395.
  8. CM Antonaccio. "Excavating Colonization." manualAncient Colonization: Analogy, Similarity and Difference. Edited by H Hurst and S Owen.  Duckworth (2005): 97-113.
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