Graduate Supervisor

Professor

Department of Religious Studies (Cross-Appointed with Classics)

Faculty of Arts and Science

Greek and Roman religions; mystery cults; Roman associations (collegia); Romanization in the Western Provinces; Christian origins.

Associate Professor

Department of Geography (Cross-Appointed with Classics)

Faculty of Arts and Science

Late Antiquity, Syriac, Papyrology, Photogrammetry, and GIS.

Assistant Professor

Department of Classics

Faculty of Arts and Science

Cultural interactions and discourses of ethnicity and indigeneity in ancient Greece, Anatolia and the Near East; slavery in the Greco-Roman world and the Near East; calendars, festivals, divination, and other aspects of religion in ancient Greece, Anatolia and the Near East; Greek epigraphy; digital humanities (especially enhancing decipherment and text encoding).

Professor

Department of Classics

Faculty of Arts and Science

Urbanization and state formation; Greek colonies; Etruscans; pre-Roman cultures of South Italy; ancient imperialism; multiculturalism in the Roman empire; early and republican Rome.

Professor

Department of History (Cross-Appointed with Classics)

Faculty of Arts and Science

Late Antiquity and Middle & Late Byzantine history.

Professor - On Leave Fall-Winter 2021-2022

Department of Classics

Faculty of Arts and Science

Greek literature, comparative literature, and literary criticism.

Associate Professor

Department of Classics

Faculty of Arts and Science

Roman history, Early Imperial Senators, Roman Gaul, Latin Epigraphy

Professor & Head of Department

Department of Classics

Faculty of Arts and Science

Ancient science and epistemology; Greek and Roman philosophy; astronomy, astrology, mathematics, and medicine; 'scientization' of race and gender.

Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator - On Leave Jan-Jun 2022

Department of Classics

Faculty of Arts and Science

Roman archaeology, Nabataean culture, the Roman Near East, cultural relations between Roman soldiers and indigenous peoples, the religious practices of Roman soldiers, ancient bath houses and bathing technology, ceramic building materials, petroglyphs and graffiti, the history of archaeology, the history of Queen's Classics Department.

Professor & Undergraduate Chair

Department of Classics

Faculty of Arts and Science

Magna Graecia, Greek archaeology, ancient bronzes, classical tradition, field archaeology, ancient polychromy, Numismatics, social status of artisans and artists, inter-ethnic relationships and guest-friendship through the medium of art.