Redford Past Lectures

2015: Claudia Moser, Lorna Bryning Redford Post-Doctoral Fellow in Archaeology, Classics Department
"Location, Location, Location, the Architecture of Changing Sacrificial Practices in Pre-Roman and Roman Gaul"

2014: Claudia Moser, Lorna Bryning Redford Post-Doctoral Fellow in Archaeology, Classics Department
"Making Sense of Roman Animal Sacrifice"

2013: Ann Nicgorski, faculty curator, Hallie Ford Museum of Art; professor of art history and archaeology, Willamette University
"Re-Illuminating the Past: Ancient and Medieval Oil Lamps from the Bogue Collection"

2010–2011: Nicola Denzey Lewis, Brown University
"The Mummy, the Book, and the Tomb: Rereading Early Egyptian Christianity Through Its Artifacts"

2011: Nicola Terrenato
"New Excavations at Gabil: At the Roots of Central Italian Urbanism"

2010: Christine M. Thomas
"The Urban Context of Early Christianity: New Archaeological Work at Ephesos"

2008–09: Lisa Nevett, University of Michigan
"Ancient Greek Houses"

2007–08: Eric Meyers, Duke University
"Nabratein: Jewish Transformations in a Galilean Village"

2006–07: Malcolm Bell, University of Virginia
"Ancient Sites, Modern Museums, and the Rights of Antiquity"

2005–2006: Jodi Magness, Kenan Distinguished Professor for Teaching Excellence in Early Judaism, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Archaeology and the Dead Sea Scrolls"

2004–05: Hector Williams, University of British Columbia, director of excavations at Stymphalos and Mytilene
"Goddesses, Whore, Vampires and Archaeologists: Excavating Ancient Mytilene (Lesbos)"

2003–04: Charles Brian Rose, University of Cincinnati
"Assessing the Evidence for the Trojan War"

2001–02: James Russell, University of British Columbia
"Military Service in Peace and War: Reconstructing the Careers of Two Roman Grunts"