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Prof. Dr. Monika Trümper

Prof. Dr. Monika Trümper

Institut für Klassische Archäologie

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Professional Service (selection)

  • Member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Hesperia
  • Reviewer of manuscripts and applications for American School Classical Studies at Athens, American Journal of Archaeology, Cambridge University Press, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Hesperia, National Humanities Center, Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut, Österreichischer Wissenschaftsfond, Schweizer Nationalfond, Toronto University Press, Thyssen Foundation, Union der deutschen Akademien der Wissenschaften
  • President of the NC Triangle Area Chapter of the Archaeological Institute of America (2010/2011)
  • Spokesperson for the Freie Universität of the Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies (since 12/2013)
  • Student Advisor of the German Acacdemic Scholarship Foundation (Vertrauensdozentin der Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes
  • Member of the Dahlem Humanities Center



Academic Appointments

7/2013
Professor of Classical Archaeology at the Institute of Classical Archaeology, Free University of Berlin

4/2013
Promotion to Tenured Full Professor of Classical Archaeology, Department of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (effective July 1, 2013)

7/2008
Offer for Tenured Full (W3) Professor of Classical Archaeology at the University of Göttingen (not accepted)

7/2008 – 6/2013
Tenured Associate Professor of Classical Archaeology, Department of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

7/2005 – 6/2008
Assistant Professor of Classical Archaeology, Department of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

2004 – 2005
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Classics, Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, with a Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

2003 – 2004
Fellow at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, D.C. (Harvard University)

1999 – 2003
Assistant Professor, Department of Classics (Seminar of Classical Archaeology), University of Heidelberg

 

Education

2005
University of Heidelberg, “Habilitation” (postdoctoral degree) in Classical Archaeology; postdoctoral thesis on The ‘Agora of the Italians’ in Delos. History, Architecture, Decoration, and Function of a Late Hellenistic Porticus-complex

1993 – 1995
University of Munich, Ph.D. in Classical Archaeology (minors: European Art History and Ancient History); dissertation on Living in Delos. History of the Hellenistic Houses and Socio-cultural Change (director Prof. Dr. P. Zanker)

1995
Studies at the University of Paris, Sorbonne IV

1987 – 1993
Universities of Cologne and Munich, M.A. in Classical Archaeology (minors: European Art History and Ancient History); thesis on Organization and Development of Commercial and Residential Complexes in Delos (director Prof. Dr. P. Zanker)

1985 – 1989
Master Degree in Music (Violin) at the University of Cologne

 

Other Professional Appointments

1998
Public relations for art exhibition at the Cathedral Museum Mainz, Germany

1997 – 1999
Deutsche Bank, Headquarters Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Internal Communication

1985 – 1999
Violin teacher (private and at various music schools)

 

Fieldwork

1989, February
Mainz/ Germany, National archaeological department: excavator

1990, March
Erkelenz/ Germany, National archaeological department: excavator

1990, May/June
Selinunte/ Sicily, German Archaeological Institute, Rome: trench supervisor, ceramicist

1992, March/April
Monte Iato/ Sicily, University of Zürich, Department of Classics: trench supervisor, ceramicist

1993, March
Caen/France, National archaeological department: excavator

1992, 1994, 1995, 2000-2006
Delos/Greece: independent field work projects: mainly examination and analysis of architecture and building history, but also of inscriptions, wall paintings, and sculptures

2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2011
Cyprus, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Turkey: field work for project on Greek baths (examination and analysis of architecture and building history)

2012
Morgantina/Sicily: Geophysical survey, organized together with Sandra Lucore and a team from the University of Cologne

2013-2018
Morgantina/Sicily: Excavation of the South Baths and West Sanctuary of Demeter and Persephone, directed together with Sandra Lucore

2015-2019
Pompeii: Investigation and Excavation of the Republican Baths and Stabian Baths, director; Topoi C-6-8 Project


Language Skills

German - Mother language
English - fluent
French - fluent
Italian - fluent
Spanish - basic skills
Modern Greek - basic skills
Latin
Ancient Greek


Fellowships, Grants, Awards

2017
Grant from EXC 264 Topoi C6 for conference on Cityscapes of Hellenistic Sicily: a Reassessment

2016
Grant from Fritz Thyssen Foundation for the publication of Thera VI

2016
Grant from EXC 264 Topoi C6 for conference on Cityscaping and Bathing Culture in Central Italy

2016
Grant from EXC 264 Topoi C6 for conference

2015 – 2017
Grant from EXC 264 Topoi A3 for Water Management in Ancient Cities on Sicily

2014 – 2017
Grant from EXC 264 Topoi C6: Bathing Culture and the Development of Urban Space: Case Study Pompei

2014 – 2015
Grant from the Gerda Henkel Stiftung for excavation project in Morgantina/Sicily

2014
Grant from the Loeb Classical Library Foundation for excavation project in Morgantina/Sicily

2013
Grant from the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation for excavation project in Morgantina/Sicily

2013
Grant from the Loeb Classical Library Foundation for excavation project in Morgantina/Sicily

2012
Fellow of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

2011
W. R. Kenan, Jr. Competitive Research Leave, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

2010
Grants for conference on Greek Baths and Bathing Culture from Gerda Henkel Foundation and Mrs. Muriel Bell

2008 – 2009
Fellowship from the National Humanities Center

2008
Fellowship from the Institute for the Arts and Humanities (UNC Chapel Hill); declined

2007
Junior Faculty Development Award (UNC Chapel Hill)

2006
Small Grant Program, awarded by the University Research Council (UNC Chapel Hill): Publication Grant

2006
Small Grant Program, awarded by the University Research Council (UNC Chapel Hill): Research Grant

2006
Arts and Humanities Award: Support for Scholarship, Creative Activity or Research in the Humanities and Fine Arts (UNC Chapel Hill)

2006 – 2007
Spray-Randleigh Fellowship (UNC Chapel Hill)

2004 – 2005
Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation; spent as Visiting Assistant Professor at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore; September 1, 2004 – June 30, 2005

2003 – 2004
Fellowship from the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, D.C. (Harvard University); September 1, 2003 – May 31, 2004

1995 – 1996
Travel Scholarship from the German Institute of Archaeology, Berlin (awarded competitively to students with dissertations in Classical and Near Eastern archaeology, architecture, ancient history, and prehistory; spent one year traveling the Mediterranean); October 1, 1995 – September 30, 1996

1995
Erasmus Scholarship for studies at Sorbonne IV, Paris; March 1, 1995 – June 30, 1995

1993 – 1995
Ph.D. Scholarship from the Gerda Henkel Foundation (awarded to the top five percent group of German graduate students in the humanities); March 1, 1993 – February 28, 1995

1990 – 1993
Scholarship from the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (German National Scholarship Foundation; awarded to the top one percent group of the entire German student population)

1986 – 1990
Scholarship from the Bischöfliche Studienförderung Cusanuswerk (National Episcopal Catholic Scholarship Foundation, awarded to the top one percent group of the entire German catholic student population)

Griechische und römische Architektur, Urbanistik, Topographie und Siedlungsarchäologie (chronologischer Schwerpunkt im Hellenismus)

  • Planung und Entwicklung antiker Städte
  • Badekultur
  • Wohnkultur
  • Platzanlagen
  • Bedeutung und Management von Wasser in antiken Heiligtümern
  • Archäologische Quellen zur Wirtschaft
  • Kultureller Austausch und kulturvergleichende Perspektiven (besonders in Sizilien, Delos, Nordafrika; Bade- und Wohnkultur)
  • Kontextualisierung und Rezeption von Objekten und Monumenten; Visualisierungs- und Rekonstruktionstechnologien
  • Archäologie der Sklaverei

      

Feldforschungen 

1) in Morgantina/Sizilien: geophysikalische Untersuchungen (2012/2018); Grabungsprojekt (griechische Badeanlage und Haus der Zwei Skelette; 2013–2017) im Rahmen der American Excavations at Morgantina, geleitet zusammen mit Dr. Sandra Lucore

2) in Pompeji: Grabungsprojekt in den Republikanischen Thermen und Stabianer Thermen (2015-2019) im Rahmen von EXC 264 Topoi, C-6-8, in Kooperation mit Prof. Dr. Mark Robinson (Oxford University)

 

Conferences (organized and co-organized)

  1. Architecture and the Ancient Economy, September 26-28, 2019, Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies / Oxford University (together with Dominik Maschek)
  2. Cityscapes of Hellenistic Sicily: A Reassessment, June 15-18, 2017, EXC 264 Topoi C-6-8, Berlin (together with Gianfranco Adornato)
  3. Luxusresidenzen im östlichen und westlichen Mittelmeerraum im Hellenismus und in der Kaiserzeit, April 22-24, 2017, EXC 264 Topoi C-6-8, Berlin (main organizer Stephan Schmid, co-organizers Ulrike Wulf-Rheidt and Monika Trümper)
  4. Cityscaping and Bathing Culture in Ancient Italy, June 2-4, 2016, EXC 264 Topoi C-6-8, Berlin (together with Domenico Esposito and Christoph Rummel)
  5. Development of Gymnasia and Graeco-Roman Cityscapes (4th century BC – 4th century AD), February 4-6, 2016, EXC 264 Topoi C-6-8, Berlin (together with Ulrich Mania)
  6. Olympia. Workshop on New Research and Approaches, February 26-28, 2015, Berlin (together with Judith Barringer)
  7. Greek Baths and Bathing Culture: New Discoveries and Approaches, April 16-17, 2010, American Academy in Rome (together with Sandra Lucore)
  8. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kenan Round Table discussion “The Evidentiary Use of Attic Vases for the Lives of Athenian Women”, April 2006 (together with Sharon James)
  9. Washington D.C., Center for Hellenic Studies, International conference “The Social Function and Reception of Popular Wisdom and Subliterary Texts in Classical Antiquity”, January 2004 (together with other fellows)


A. Monographs

  1. Wohnen in Delos. Eine baugeschichtliche Untersuchung zum Wandel der Wohnkultur in hellenistischer Zeit. Internationale Archäologie 46. Rahden/Westfalen (1998)
  2. Die ‚Agora des Italiens’ in Delos. Baugeschichte, Architektur, Ausstattung und Funktion einer späthellenistischen Porticus-Anlage. Internationale Archäologie 104. Rahden/Westfalen (2008)
  3. Graeco-Roman Slave Markets. Fact or Fiction? Oxford (2009)

 

B. Edited Volumes

  1. Greek Baths and Bathing Culture: New Discoveries and Approaches. BABESCH Suppl. 23, Leuven (2013), co-edited with Sandra Lucore
  2. Development of Gymnasia and Graeco-Roman Cityscapes, Berlin (2018), co-edited with Ulrich Mania
  3. Cityscapes of Hellenistic Sicily, Rome (2019), co-edited with Gianfranco Adornato – Thomas Lappi

 

C. Articles in Books and Encyclopedias

  1. Malerei, in: T. Hölscher (ed.), Klassische Archäologie. Darmstadt (2002) 277-292
  2. Delos, Italikeragora. Lemma in: H. Heinen et al. (ed.), Handwörterbuch der antiken Sklaverei. CD-ROM II. Stuttgart (2007) (603 words, 2 figures)
  3. Archaeology of Delos. Lemma in: M. Gargarin (ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome. Oxford 2010 http://www.oxford-greecerome.com/entry?entry=
    t294.e354-s2 (1,867 words)
  4. Space and Social Relations in the Greek Oikos of the Classical and Hellenistic Periods, in: B. Rawson (ed.), A Companion to Families in the Greek and Roman Worlds. Oxford (2010) 32-52
  5. Hellenistic Latrines (3rd-1st century B.C.), in: G. Jansen – A. Koloski-Ostrow – E. Moormann (eds.), Roman Toilets. Their Archaeology and Cultural History. BABESCH Suppl. 19. Leuven (2011) 33-42
  6. Gender and Space, Public and Private, in: Sh. James – Sh. Dillon (eds.), A Companion to Women in the Ancient Mediterranean. Oxford (2012) 288-303
  7. Bathing in the Sanctuaries of Asklepios and Apollo Maleatas at Epidauros, in: A. Avramidou – D. Demetriou (eds.), Approaching the Ancient Artifact. Representation, Narrative, and Function. A Festschrift in Honor of H. Alan Shapiro. Berlin (2014) 211-231
  8. Baths and Bathing Culture, Greek, in: C. Smith et al. (eds.), Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Springer Verlag 2014, s.v. B, 784-799
  9. Artificial Grottoes in Delos, in: M. Seifert et al. (ed.), Antike. Kultur. Geschichte. Festschrift für Inge Nielsen (2015) 199-228
  10. South Baths at Morgantina: Assessment of the Heating System in the Context of Graeco-Roman Public Baths, in: L. Maniscalco (ed.), Morgantina Duemilaquindici. La ricerca archeologica a sessant’anni dall’avvio degli scavi, Palermo (2015) 102-114
  11. Brothels and Taverns in Late Hellenistic Delos, in: B. Tsakirgis – A. Glazebrook (eds.), Houses of Ill repute: the Archaeology of Brothels, Houses, and Taverns in the Greek World. (Philadelphia 2016) 103-128
  12. Gardens in Delos, in: W. Jashemski (†) – K. Gleason (eds.), Gardens of the Roman World. Cambridge (forthcoming; 3,960 words, 11 figures)

 

D. Articles in Journals

  1. Das Sanktuarium des «Établissement des Poseidoniastes de Bérytos» in Delos. Zur Baugeschichte eines griechischen Vereinsheiligtums, Bulletin de correspondance hellénique 126, 2002, 265-330
  2. Grobschlächtige Arbeiter oder durchtrainierte Athleten? Zur singulären Darstellung einer Badeszeneauf einer spätarchaischen schwarzfigurigen Lekythos, Archäologischer Anzeiger 2002, 45-64
  3. Das Quartier du théâtre in Delos. Planung, Entwicklung und Parzellierung eines ‚gewachsenen’ Stadtviertels hellenistischer Zeit, Athener Mitteilungen 117, 2002, 133-202
  4. Ein klassisches Haus in Delos? Zur Chronologie der Maison O in der Insula III des Quartier du théâtre, Bulletin de correspondance hellénique 127, 2003, 139-165
  5. The Oldest Original Synagogue Building in the Diaspora: The Delos Synagogue reconsidered, Hesperia 73, 2004, 513-598
  6. Die Maison des sceaux in Delos – Ein ‚versiegelter’ Fundkomplex? Untersuchungen zur Aussagekraft und Interpretation der Funde eines durch Brand zerstörten hellenistischen Wohnhauses, Athener Mitteilungen 120, 2005, 317-416
  7. Baden im späthellenistischen Delos I: Die öffentliche Badeanlage im Quartier du Théâtre, Bulletin de correspondance hellénique 130, 2006, 143-229
  8. Η κατοικία στην υστεροελληνιστική Δήλο, ΑΡΧΑΙΟΛΟΓΙΑ 114, 2010, 16-27
  9. Stabian Baths in Pompeii: New Research on the Development of Ancient Bathing Culture, Römische Mitteilungen 125, 2019, 1-56, together with Clemens Brünenberg, Jens-Arne Dickmann, Domenico Esposito, Antonio F. Ferrandes, Giacomo Pardini, Alessandra Pegurri, Mark Robinson, Christoph Rummel

 

E. Articles in Conference Proceedings

  1. Material and Social Environment of Greco-Roman Households in the East: The Case of Hellenistic Delos, in: D. L. Balch – C. Osiek (eds.), Early Christian Families in Context. An Interdisciplinary Dialogue. Grand Rapids/MI (2003) 19-43
  2. Wohnen und Arbeiten im hellenistischen Handelshafen Delos. Kontexte und Verteilung der tabernae, in: M. Droste – A. Hoffmann (eds.), Wohnformen und Lebenswelten im interkulturellen Vergleich. Frankfurt – New York (2003) 125-159
  3. Modest Housing in Late Hellenistic Delos, in: B. Ault – L. Nevett (eds.), Ancient Greek Houses and Households: Chronological, Regional, and Social Diversity. Philadelphia/PA (2005) 119-139
  4. Negotiating Religious and Ethnic Identity: The Case of Clubhouses in Late Hellenistic Delos, in: I. Nielsen (ed.), Zwischen Kult und Gesellschaft. Kosmopolitische Zentren des antiken Mittelmeerraums als Aktionsraum von Kultvereinen und Religionsgemeinschaften. Hephaistos 24 (2006) 113-150
  5. Differentiation in the Hellenistic Houses of Delos. The Question of Functional Areas, in: R. Westgate – N. Fisher – J. Whitley (eds.), Building Communities. House, Settlement and Society in the Aegean and Beyond. The Annual of the British School at Athens Suppl. 15 (2007) 323-334
  6. Complex Public Bath Buildings of the Hellenistic Period. A Case-Study in Regional Differences, in: M.-Fr. Boussac – Th. Fournet – B. Redon (eds.), Le bain collectif en Égypte. Institut français d’archéologie orientale. Études urbaines 7 (2009) 139-179
  7. Bathing Culture in Hellenistic Domestic Architecture, in: S. Ladstätter – V. Scheibelreiter (eds.), Städtisches Wohnen im östlichen Mittelmeer. 4. Jh. v. Chr. – 1. Jh. n. Chr. Akten des Internationalen Kolloquiums vom 24.-27. Oktober 2007 an der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Vienna (2010) 529-572
  8. Where the Non-Delians met in Delos: The Meeting-Places of Foreign Associations and Ethnic Communities in Late Hellenistic Delos, in: O. van Nijf – R. Alston (eds.), Political Culture in the Greek City after the Classical Age. Groningen-Royal Holloway Studies on the Greek City after the Classical Age. Leuven (2011) 49-100
  9. Gender Differentiation in Greek Public Baths, in: R. Kreiner – W. Letzner (eds.), SPA. Sanitas per aquam. Proceedings of the International Frontinus-Symposium on the Technical and Cultural History of Ancient Baths. Aachen, March 18-22, 2009. BABESCH Suppl. 21. Leuven (2012) 37-45
  10. Introduction, in: S. Lucore – M. Trümper (eds.), Greek Baths and Bathing Culture: New Discoveries and Approaches. BABESCH Suppl. 23, Leuven (2013) 1-9
  11. Urban context of Greek public baths, in: S. Lucore – M. Trümper (eds.), Greek Baths and Bathing Culture: New Discoveries and Approaches. BABESCH Suppl. 23, Leuven (2013) 33-72
  12. Catalog of Greek Public Baths, together with T. Fournet - S. Lucore – B. Redon, in: S. Lucore – M. Trümper (eds.), Greek Baths and Bathing Culture: New Discoveries and Approaches. BABESCH Suppl. 23, Leuven (2013) 265-333
  13. The Honorific Practice of the “Agora of the Italians” in Delos, in: J. Griesbach (ed.), Polis und Porträt. Standbilder als Medien der öffentlichen Repräsentation im hellenistischen Osten. Studien zur antiken Stadt 13. Wiesbaden (2014) 69-85
  14. Privat versus Öffentlich in hellenistischen Bädern, in: A. Matthaei – M. Zimmermann (eds.), Stadtkultur im Hellenismus. Die hellenistische Polis als Lebensform 4. Mainz (2014) 206-249
  15. Sanitary Installations in Hellenistic Houses of Sicily: A Critical Reassessment, in: A. Haug – D. Steuernagel (eds.), Hellenistische Häuser und ihre Funktionen. Internationale Tagung Kiel, 4. bis 6. April 2013. Bonn (2014) 87-102
  16. Modernization and Change of Function of Hellenistic Gymnasia in the Imperial Period: Case-studies Pergamon, Miletus, and Priene, in: P. Scholz – D. Wiegandt (eds.), Das Kaiserzeitliche Gymnasium. Berlin (2015) 167-221
  17. Delos as Center of Athenian “Sea Power” – An Archaeological Perspective, in: E. Baltrusch – H. Kopp – C. Wendt (eds.), Seemacht, Seeherrschaft und die Antike. Historia-Einzelschriften 244, Stuttgart (2016) 231-249
  18. Curare se stessi. Bagni e terme a Pompei, in: M. Osanna – C. Rescigno (eds.), Pompei e i Greci, Milano (2017) 262-267
  19. Greek Swimming Pools: Case-study Olympia, in: K. Wellbrock (ed.), Cura Aquarum in Greece. Schriften der Deutschen Wasserhistorischen Gesellschaft 27-1, Siegburg (2017) 215-250.
  20. Water Management of the Stabian Baths at Pompeii: A Reassessment, in: G. Wiplinger (ed.), Wasserwesen zur Zeit des Frontinus. Bauwerke – Technik – Kultur, Frontinus Symposion Trier Mai 2016, Leuven (2017) 257-272
  21. Swimming Pools and Water Management in the Eastern Mediterranean World of the 4th to 1st Century BC, in: J. Berking (ed.), Water Management in Ancient Civilisations, Berlin (2018) 255-296
  22. Development of Gymnasia and Graeco-Roman Cityscapes, co-authored with U. Mania, in: U. Mania – M. Trümper (eds.), Development of Gymnasia and Graeco-Roman Cityscapes, Berlin (2018) 7-13
  23. Gymnasia in Eastern Sicily of the Hellenistic Period. A Reassessment, in: U. Mania – M. Trümper (eds.), Development of Gymnasia and Graeco-Roman Cityscapes, Berlin (2018) 43-73
  24. Gymnasium, Palaestra, Campus and Bathing in Late Hellenistic Pompeii: A Reassessment of the Urban Context of the Republican Baths (VIII 5, 36), in: U. Mania – M. Trümper (eds.), Development of Gymnasia and Graeco-Roman Cityscapes, Berlin (2018) 87-113
  25. Crowded or Empty Spaces? The Statuary Decoration of the ‘Palaestrae’ in Pompeii and Herculaneum, co-authored with Rebecca Henzel; in: U. Mania – M. Trümper (eds.), Development of Gymnasia and Graeco-Roman Cityscapes, Berlin (2018) 115-142
  26. Morgantina under Roman Rule. Recent Research in the Contrada Agnese Quarter, in: O. Belvedere – J. Bergemann (eds.), Römisches Sizilien: Stadt und Land zwischen Monumentalisierung und Ökonomie, Krise und Entwicklung (Palermo 2018) 369-386
  27. Logistics of Building Processes: the Stabian Baths in Pompeii, in: C. Recko – M. Heinzelmann (eds.), Part 3.16 of Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology, Cologne/Bonn, May 2018 (Propyleum online 2019; 3.200 words)
  28. Development of Bathing Culture in Hellenistic Sicily, in: M. Trümper – G. Adornato – Th. Lappi (Hrsg.), Cityscapes of Hellenistic Sicily, Rome (2019) 347-391
  29. Introduction, in: M. Trümper – G. Adornato – Th. Lappi (Hrsg.), Cityscapes of Hellenistic Sicily, Rome (2019) 7-15
  30. Republican Baths to Casa della Calce. A Radical Transformation Process in Pompeii, in: K. Piesker - U. Wulf-Rheidt [†] (eds.), Umgebaut. Umbau-, Umnutzungs- und Umwertungsprozesse in der antiken Architektur. DiskAB 13, Regensburg (2020) 11-28
  31. Crisis and Decline in Morgantina Under Roman Rule: A Reassessment, in: S.R. Amicone – E. Perego – R. Scopacasa (eds.), Collapse or Survival? Micro-Dynamics of Crisis, Change and Socio-Political Endurance in the Late Prehistoric and Early Roman Central Mediterranean, Oxford (2020) 97-138
  32. Cult in Clubhouses of Delian Associations, in: A. Cazemier – S. Skaltsa (eds.), Associations and Religion in Context: the Hellenistic and Roman Eastern Mediterranean. Kernos Suppl. (2020; 11,500 words; 19 figures)
  33. Water Management of Late Republican Baths, in: S. Bouffier – I. Fumadó Ortega (eds.), L'eau dans tous ses états, Aix-en-Provence (2020) (8,000 words; 8 figures)
  34. Water Luxury in the Gymnasium of Agrigento, in: V. Caminneci – M. C. Parello – M. S. Rizzo (eds.), Le forme dell’acqua. Approvvi-gionamento, raccolta e smaltimento nella città antica. XII Giornate Gregoriane, Agrigento (forthcoming; 7,500 words; 10 figures)
  35. Cultural Choices in Delos, in: S. Riedel – M. Versluys (eds.), Beyond East and West. Commagene in its Local and Global Eurasian Contest (forthcoming; 13,500 words; 10 figures)
  36. The Synagogue in Delos Revisited, in: Lutz Doering – Andrew Krause (eds.), Synagogues in the Hellenistic-Roman Period. New Finds – New Theories – New Methods (forthcoming; 17,000 words; 16 figures)
  37. Lodging and Trade in Late Hellenistic Delos, submitted for review (10,900 words, 5 figures)
  38. Gymnasia in Hellenistic and Roman Sicily – A Critical Reassessment of Typology and Function, in: L. Fuduli – V. Lo Monaco, Megiste kai ariste nesos. Symposion on the Archaeology of Sicily (forthcoming)

 

F. Reviews

  1. P. Ducrey, I. R. Metzger, K. Reber, Le Quartier de la Maison aux mosaïques. Eretria. Fouilles et recherches 8 (1993), Gnomon 69, 1997, 539-545
  2. U. Wulf, Die hellenistischen und römischen Wohnhäuser von Pergamon unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Anlagen zwischen der Mittel- und der Ostgasse. Altertümer von Pergamon XV. Die Stadtgrabung Teil 3 (1999), Gnomon 74, 2002, 46-52
  3. K. Reber, Die klassischen und hellenistischen Wohnhäuser im Westquartier, Eretria. Ausgrabungen und Forschungen 10 (1998), Gnomon 74, 2002, 627-638
  4. G. Siebert, L’îlot des bijoux. L’îlot des bronzes. La Maison des sceaux. 1. Topographie et architecture. Exploration Archéologique de Délos XXXVIII (2001), Topoi 11/2, 2001, 793-808
  5. H. Brem, Das Peristylhaus 1 von Iaitas: Wand- und Bodendekorationen. Studia Ietina VII (2000), Gnomon 76, 2004, 619-624
  6. L. Hackworth Petersen, The Freedman in Roman art and art history (2006), American Journal of Archaeology 112.4, 2008, online book review (1,394 words)
  7. G. Mazor – A. Najjar, Nysa-Scythopolis. The Caesareum and the Odeum. Bet She’an I: IAA Reports, No. 33 (2007), Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 354, 2009, 95-97
  8. V. Chankowski, Athènes et Délos à l’époque classique. Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d’Athènes et de Rome 331 (2008), Classical Review 60, 2010, 165-168
  9. D. Collard, Function and Ethnicity: Bathtubs from Late Bronze Age Cyprus. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology and Literature 171 (2008), Gnomon 82, 2010, 182-184
  10. M. Bentz – C. Reusser (eds.), Etruskisch-italische und römisch-republikanische Häuser. Studien zur antiken Stadt 9. Wiesbaden (2010), Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft online 2011,1195-1212
  11. W. V. Harris, Rome’s Imperial Economy. Oxford (2011), Ancient History Bulletin Online Reviews 2, 2012, 40-41
  12. J. Morgan, The Classical Greek House. Exeter (2010), Journal of Hellenic Studies 132,2012, 256-257
  13. A. Hoffmann – A. Faber, Die Casa del Fauno in Pompeji (VI 12), Teil I: Stratigraphische Befunde der Ausgrabungen in den Jahren 1961 bis 1963 und bauhistorische Analyse. Wiesbaden (2009), Bonner Jahrbücher 210/211, 2010/2011,629-633
  14. J. Böttcher-Ebers, Der Bogen als visuelles Zeichen im römischen Stadtbild: zum Bedeutungswandel eines Architekturelements in der späten Republik. Hamburg 2012. Journal of Roman Studies 103, 2013, 300-301
  15. A. Ovadiah – Y. Turnheim, Roman Temples, Shrines and Temene in Israel. Supplementi alla rivista di archeologia 30. Rome 2011. Ancient West & East 13, 2014, 373-375
  16. A. Anguissola (ed.), Privata Luxuria. Towards an Archaeology of Intimacy: Pompeii and Beyond. Münchener Studien zur Antiken Welt 8. Munich (2013); Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft online 2014, 1061-1073, http://gfa.gbv.de/dr,gfa,017,2014,r,06.pdf
  17. J.-Ch. Moretti – L. Fadin – M. Fincker – V. Picard (eds.), Atlas. Exploration archéologique de Délos XLIII. Athens (2015); Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2016; BMCR 2016.04.29
  18. A. Haug – D. Steuernagel, Das Haus XV B (Maison 49,19) von Megara Hyblaia. Zur architektonischen und funktionalen Gliederung von Zweihofhäusern im hellenistischen Sizilien. Studien zur antiken Stadt 14 (Wiesbaden 2014) Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft online 2016, 1035-1046, http://gfa.gbv.de/dr, gfa,019,2016,r,06.pdf
  19. I. Nielsen, Housing the Chosen. The Architectural Context of Mystery Groups and Religious Associations in the Ancient World. Turnhout (2014); Klio 100, 2018, 529-533

 

G. Works in Progress

  1. Dirt on Clean. Sanitation in Greek Sanctuaries, in: J. Barringer – G. Ekroth - D. Scahill (eds.) Logistics in Greek Sanctuaries (article)
  2. Swimming Pools and Swimming in the Greek World (article)
  3. Republican Baths at Pompeii (monograph)
  4. Stabian Baths in Pompeii: the Altstadt Defenses (article)
  5. Morgantina, The House of the Two Skeletons (monograph)
  6. LACONICUM. A Reassessment of Graeco-Roman Sweat Baths from a Cross-Cultural Perspective (monograph)


Papers

  1. University of Münster, Winckelmann-Lecture, December 2019: Die Entwicklung der Badekultur in Pompeji. Neue Forschungen in den Stabianer Thermen
  2. DArV Jahrestagung Göttingen “Archäologie in einer diversen Welt. Herausforderungen, Chancen und Perspektiven”, June 2019: Diversität im hellenistischen Delos. Chancen und Herausforderungen für die Forschung
  3. University of Oxford, May 2019: Development of Bathing Culture in Pompeii. New Research in the Stabian Baths
  4. University of Halle, April 2019: Badekultur in Pompeji. Neue Forschungen in den Stabianer Thermen
  5. Sao Paulo, Conference “Megiste kai ariste nesos. Symposion on the Archaeology of Sicily”, April 2019: Gymnasia in Hellenistic and Roman Sicily – A Critical Reassessment of Typology and Function
  6. Agrigento, Conference “Le forme dell’acqua. XII Giornate Gregoriane”, November/ December 2018: L’acqua come elemento di lusso nel ginnasio di Agrigento
  7. Münster, Conference “Beyond East and West. Hellenistic Commagene in its local and global Eurasian context”, November/ December 2018: Delos beyond East and West. Domestic Architecture and the concept of glocalization
  8. University of Stuttgart, November 2018: Gymnasia in Hellenistic and Roman Sicily. A critical reassessment of typology and function
  9. Athens, Conference “Logistics in Greek Sanctuaries”, September 2018: Dirt on Clean. Sanitation in Greek Sanctuaries
  10. Freie Universität Berlin, June 2018: Badekultur in Pompeji: Neue Forschungen in den Stabianer Thermen
  11. University of Regensburg, June 2018: Neue Grabungen und Forschungen im hellenistischen Morgantina. Süd-Bad und Haus der zwei Skelette
  12. University of Frankfurt, June 2018: Badekultur in Pompeji: Neue Forschungen in den Stabianer Thermen
  13. 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology, Cologne/Bonn, May 2018: Quantifying Remodeling Processes: the Stabian Baths in Pompeii
  14. Berlin, 10 Jahre Exzellenzcluster Topoi, April 2018: Cityscaping in Pompeji: Formation und Transformation der städtischen Badekultur
  15. University of Edinburgh, Roman Archaeology Conference (RAC) & Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC), April 2018: Urban infrastructure and the Development of Baths: Case Study Pompeii
  16. Berlin, Conference “Umgebaut. Umbau-, Umnutzungs- und Umwertungsprozesse in der antiken Architektur. Internationales Kolloquium. 13. Diskussionen zur Archäologischen Bauforschung”: Thermen zu Haus und Haus zu Thermen. Transformationsprozesse in den Republikanischen und Stabianer Thermen von Pompeji in der frühen Kaiserzeit
  17. Archaeological Institute of America, Annual Meeting, Boston, January 2018: Stabian Baths in Pompeii: New Research and Perspectives
  18. University of Kiel, December 2017: Die Entwicklung der Badekultur im späthellenistischen Pompeji. Neue Forschungen in den Stabianer Thermen
  19. Göttingen, Conference on “Römisches Sizilien: Stadt und Land zwischen Monumentalisierung und Ökonomie, Krise und Entwicklung”, November 2017: Crisis and Decline in Morgantina under the Roman Rule: A Reassessment
  20. Rome, German Archaeological Institute, Workshop on “Klimatisierung von Wohn- und Repräsentationsarchitektur im Römischen Reich”, September 2017: Heating Systems of Western Public Baths in the Late Hellenistic / Late Republican Period: Experiments and Innovation
  21. Berlin, EXC 264 Topoi, C-6-8, Conference “Hellenistic Sicily”, June 2017: Athletics and Bathing in Hellenistic Sicily
  22. Münster, Conference on “Synagogues in the Hellenistic-Roman Period: New Finds – New Theories – New Methods”, June 2017:The Synagogue in Delos Revisited
  23. German Archaeological Institute, Research Cluster 2 (Innovations: technical and social), Plenary Conference, Berlin, May/June 2017: Archaeohydrology and Ancient Cities: an Assessment
  24. Berlin, EXC 264 Topoi, C-6-8, Conference “Luxusresidenzen”, April 2017: Water (Luxury?) in Hellenistic Palaces of the Eastern Mediterranean
  25. University of Padua, February 2017: Lo Sviluppo della Cultura Balneare Romana: Nuove Ricerche nelle Terme Stabiane e Terme Repubblicane a Pompei
  26. Berlin, EXC 264 Topoi, Ringvorlesung “Frühe Ökonomien und modernes Wirtschaftsdenken”, January 2017: Der späthellenistische Freihafen Delos: boomender Grosshandelsplatz für Sklaven und Luxusgüter oder bescheidene Handelsstation?
  27. University of Munich, January 2017: Die Entwicklung der Badekultur im späthellenistischen Pompeji Neue Forschungen in den Stabianer Thermen und den Republikanischen Thermen
  28. University of Leipzig, December 2016: Die Entwicklung der Badekultur im späthellenistischen Pompeji Neue Forschungen in den Stabianer Thermen und den Republikanischen Thermen
  29. University of Bonn, November 2016: Die Entwicklung der Badekultur im späthellenistischen Pompeji Neue Forschungen in den Stabianer Thermen und den Republikanischen Thermen
  30. Berlin, EXC 264 Topoi, C-6-8, Conference “Cityscaping and Bathing Culture in Ancient Italy”, June 2016: Republican and Stabian Baths in Pompeii
  31. Aix-en-Provence, “ΗΥDRΩMED. Ve symposion”, May-June 2016: Water Management in the Republican Baths and Stabian Baths at Pompeii: A Reassessment
  32. Trier, International Conference, 40th Anniversary of the Frontinus Society, “Water Management during the Time of Frontinus”, May 2016: New Research in the Republican and Stabian Baths at Pompeii/Neue Forschungen in den Republikanischen  und Stabianer Thermen in Pompeji 
  33. Berlin, Humboldt University, DAV-Conference, April 2016: Römische Badekultur in der späten Republik und frühen Kaiserzeit: eine Neubewertung
  34. German Archaeological Institute Rom, March 2016: Lo Sviluppo della Cultura Balneare Romana: Nuove Ricerche nelle Terme Stabiane e Terme Repubblicane a Pompei
  35. Berlin, EXC 264 Topoi, A-3, Workshop “Water Management in Ancient Civilizations”, February 2016: Swimming Pools and Water Management in the Eastern Mediterranean World of the 4th to 1st century BC
  36. Berlin, EXC 264 Topoi, C-6-8, Conference “Development of Gymnasia and Graeco-Roman Cityscapes (4th century BC – 4th century AD)”, February 2016: Gymnasia in Hellenistic and Roman Sicily
  37. German Archaeological Institute, Research Cluster 2 (Innovations: technical and social), Workshop of Research Group on Water Management, Munich, December 2015: Wassermanagement in hellenistischen Bädern: Innovation, Experiment, Mißerfolg
  38. University of Tübingen, June 2015: Morgantina unter römischer Herrschaft. Eine Stadt in der Krise?
  39. Athens, Cura Aquarum Conference, April 2015: Swimming Pools and Water Management in the Eastern Mediterranean World of the 4th to 1st century BC
  40. Berlin, Conference “Olympia - Workshop on New Research and Approaches”, February 2015: Swimming, Bathing, and Water in Olympia
  41. University of Groningen, CRASIS Master Class on “Crisis! The Identification, Analysis, and Commemoration of Crises in the Ancient World”, and Key Note Lecture, February 2015: Morgantina under Roman Rule. A City in Crisis?
  42. University of Jena, January 2015: Hellenistische Badekultur in Sizilien: Neue Funde und Forschungen
  43. Archaeological Institute of America, Annual Meeting, New Orleans, January 2015: Morgantina: South Baths
  44. German Archaeological Institute, Research Cluster 2 (Innovations: technical and social), Plenary Conference, Berlin, December 2014: Technical and Social Innovations of Hellenistic Bathing Culture
  45. Berlin, EXC 264 Topoi, C-6, Workshop “Standort Stadt. Alte und neue Positionen der Stadtforschung in den Altertumswissenschaften”, October 2014: Öffentliche Badekultur in der antiken Stadt: Kulturelle Transformationen vom 5. bis 1. Jh.v.Chr.
  46. Berlin, Archäologische Gesellschaft, October 2014: Morgantina unter den Römern: Niedergang und Verfall?
  47. Rome, Conference “Collapse or Survival”, June 2014: Crisis and Collapse in Morgantina after 211 BC – A Reassessment
  48. Berlin, EXC 264 Topoi, “Workshop Water Management”, February 2014: Water Management in Greek Public Baths
  49. 2014: Universities of Freiburg, Cologne, Frankfurt, Berlin (Humboldt University), Basel, Zürich, Bern: Hellenistische Badekultur in Sizilien: Neue Funde und Forschungen
  50. Berlin, EXC 264 Topoi, Conference “Sea Power in Antiquity”, December 2013: Delos als Zentrum einer neuen Seeherrschaft in archäologischer Sicht
  51. University of Kiel, Conference “Hellenistische Häuser und ihre Funktionen,” April 2013: Sanitary Installations in Hellenistic Houses in the Western Mediterranean
  52. University of Freiburg, Workshop “Griechische und römische Gymnasia: Fragen und Probleme der Forschung”, April 2013: Gymnasium in der Kaiserzeit: Fragen und Probleme
  53. University of Copenhagen, “Associations in Context: Rethinking Associations and Religion in the Post-classical Polis”, International symposium of the Copenhagen Associations Projects, October 2012: The Role of Religion in Delian Associations: Sacred Space in Meeting Places of Associations
  54. University of Chicago, Conference “The Urban Economy of the Roman World: Synthesizing Historical and Archaeological Approaches”, February 2012: Commercial Architecture and Corporate Identity: A Case-Study of Multifunctional Warehouses
  55. Archaeological Institute of America, Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, January 2012: Swimming in the Mediterranean World of the 5th to 1st century BC
  56. Munich, Netzwerktreffen des DFG-Schwerpunktprogramms “Die hellenistische Polis als Lebensform”, December 2011: Urbanistische Entwicklung des hellenistischen Delos
  57. Caulonia, Archaeological Museum, August 2012: Il bagno pubblico Greco nel Mediterraneo Orientale
  58. Freie Universität Berlin, Institute of Classical Archaeology, Juni 2011: Ritualbäder und Heilbäder? Funktion von Badeanlagen in griechischen Heiligtümern des 5. bis 1. Jh. v. Chr.
  59. Harvard University, Department of Art History, April 2011: Collective Pleasures and Indulgences: A Reassessment of Greek Public Baths
  60. German Archaeological Institute Istanbul, Treffen und Workshop des wissenschaftlichen Netzwerks “Epochenwandel und historische Veränderungsprozesse in Anatolien”, “Longue durée-Phänomene in der Wohnarchitektur”, November 2010: Longue durée Phänomene in hellenistischen Häusern
  61. University of Tübingen, Archaeological Institute, May 2010: Griechische Bäder: eine Neubewertung
  62. Rome, American Academy, “Greek Baths and Bathing Culture: New Approaches and Discoveries”, April 2010: Urban Context of Greek Public Baths
  63. Munich, Netzwerktreffen des DFG-Schwerpunktprogramms “Die hellenistische Polis als Lebensform”, February 2010: Privates und Öffentliches in hellenistischen Bädern
  64. Archaeological Institute of America, Annual Meeting, Anaheim, January 2010: Urban Context of Greek Public Baths
  65. University of Munich, “Polis und Porträt. Standbilder als Medien öffentlicher Repräsentation im hellenistischen Osten”, Dezember 2009: Die Ehrenpraxis in der ‚Agora des Italiens’ in Delos
  66. Bryn Mawr College, C. Densmore Curtis Lecture (and Seminar), April 2009: No Women Allowed: Bathing Luxury and Pleasures in the Hellenistic World
  67. Aachen, “International Frontinus Symposium on the Technology and Cultural History of Ancient Baths”, March 2009: Gender Differentiation in Greek Public Baths
  68. Cornell University, Departments of Art History/Classics, March 2009: Men Only: Bathing Privileges and Pleasures in the Hellenistic World
  69. Archaeological Institute of America, Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, January 2009: Gender Differentiation in Greek Public Baths
  70. University of Columbia, April 2008: Greek Bathing Culture – A Re-Assessment
  71. University of Cologne, December 2007: Die Genese des römischen Bades
  72. University of Frankfurt, “Das kaiserzeitliche Gymnasium”, November 2007: Modernisierung und Funktionswandel hellenistischer Gymnasien in der Kaiserzeit: Pergamon, Milet, Priene
  73. University of Göttingen, November 2007: Antike Sklavenmärkte: archäologisches Faktum oder Fiktion?
  74. University of Göttingen, November 2007: Griechische Badekultur und Gender
  75. Wien, Institut für Kulturgeschichte der Antike an der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, “Städtisches Wohnen im östlichen Mittelmeerraum. 4. Jh. v.Chr. – 1. Jh. n.Chr.”, October 2007: Luxurious Baths in Late Hellenistic Domestic Architecture
  76. Rome, Royal Dutch Institute and American Academy, “Ancient Toilet Expert Meeting”, June 2007: Latrines in Late Hellenistic Delos
  77. Archaeological Institute of America, Annual Meeting, San Diego, January 2007: The Revolution in Greek Bathing Culture in the Second century B.C.
  78. Alexandria/Egypt, “Le bain collectif en Égypte. Des balaneia antiques aux hammans contemporains. Origine, évolution et actualité des pratiques”, December 2006: Regional versus International: Conformity and Diversity in Complex Public Bath Buildings of the Hellenistic Period
  79. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Archaeological Colloquium, April 2006: History, Architecture, and Function of the Agora of the Italians in Late Hellenistic Delos
  80. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kenan Round Table discussion on “The Evidentiary Use of Attic Vases for the Lives of Athenian Women”, April 2006: Women Bathing at the louterion on Attic Vases
  81. Archaeological Institute of America, Annual Meeting, Montreal, January 2006: The Archaeology of Slave Markets: Fact or Fiction?
  82. University of Hamburg, International Conference Zwischen Kult und Gesellschaft. Kosmopolitische Zentren des antiken Mittelmeerraums als Aktionsraum von Kultvereinen und Religionsgemeinschaften”, October 2005: Bauten der Vereine orientalischer Götter in Delos: Gestaltung, Funktion und Raumwahrnehmung
  83. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, February 2005: Tryphe in Bathing: the Emergence of Sweat Baths as a Luxurious Bathing Form in the Late Hellenistic World
  84. Archaeological Institute of America, Baltimore, January 2005: The Oldest Known Synagogue of the World – Delos, 2nd Century BC
  85. London, Royal Holloway College, International Conference “The Greek City after the Classical Age. Communities within the Post-Classical City”, June 2004: Where the Non-Delians Met in Delos: The Meeting-Places of Foreign Associations and Ethnic Communities in Late Hellenistic Delos
  86. Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington D.C., International Conference “The Social Function and Reception of Popular Wisdom and Subliterary Texts in Classical AntiquityJanuary 2004: Homer Popularized in Text and Image (with Jessica Wissman)
  87. Archaeological Institute of America, Annual Meeting, San Francisco, January 2004: Slave Market, Commercial Agora, or Palaestra? The Function of the "Agora des Italiens" in Hellenistic Delos
  88. University of Rostock, Archaeological Institute, June 2003: Die älteste Synagoge der Welt im späthellenistischen Delos
  89. University of Heidelberg, Archaeological Institute, October 2002: Die älteste Synagoge der Welt im späthellenistischen Delos
  90. University of Freiburg, Archaeological Institute, June 2002: Sklavenmarkt, Handelsmarkt oder Palästra? Zur Funktion der Agora des Italiens in Delos
  91. University of Leipzig, Archaeological Institute, June 2002: Sklavenmarkt, Handelsmarkt oder Palästra? Zur Funktion der Agora des Italiens in Delos
  92. University of Heidelberg, Archaeological Institute, November 2001: Sklavenmarkt, Handelsmarkt oder Palästra? Zur Funktion der Agora des Italiens in Delos
  93. University of Cottbus, Wohnformen und Lebenswelten im interkulturellen Vergleich”, April 2001: Wohnen und Arbeiten im hellenistischen Handelshafen Delos. Kontexte und Verteilung der tabernae
  94. University Cardiff/Great Britain, “Building Communities: House, Settlement and Society in the Aegean and Beyond”, April 2001: Differentiation in the Hellenistic Houses of Delos: The Question of Functional Areas
  95. University of Heidelberg, Archaeological Institute, February 2001: Exklusives Clubhaus oder schnödes Handelshaus? Zur Funktion des Vereinshauses der Poseidoniasten auf Delos
  96. University of Tübingen, Archaeological Institute, January 2001: Exklusives Clubhaus oder schnödes Handelshaus? Zur Funktion des Vereinshauses der Poseidoniasten auf Delos
  97. Fort Worth/Texas, “Early Christian Families in Context”, December 2000: Material and Social Environment of Greco-Roman Households in the East: The Case of Hellenistic Delos
  98. University of Munich, Archaeological Institute, November 2000: Ein multifunktionaler Bauten in Delos? Zur Entstehung, Struktur und Funktion des Vereinshauses der Poseidoniasten von Berytos
  99. Lyon, Maison de l’Orient/CNRS, “L’architecture domestique à Délos”, March 2000: Le développement du Quartier du théâtre à Délos
  100. University of Heidelberg, Archaeological Institute, February 2000: Vom Reihenhaus zum Stadtpalast: Zur Entstehung und Parzellierung hellenistischer Wohninsulae auf Delos
  101. University of Hamburg, Archaeological Institute, January 2000: Vom Reihenhaus zum Stadtpalast: Zur Entstehung und Parzellierung hellenistischer Wohninsulae auf Delos


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