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Adam Rabinowitz

Asst Professor
University of Texas
Adam Rabinowitz is Assistant Professor of Classics and Assistant Director of the Institute of Classical Archaeology at the University of Texas at Austin. He holds a PhD (2004) from the Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art and Archaeology at the University of Michigan, where he wrote his dissertation on wine-drinking and cultural contact in the ancient Greek colonial world, and is a 2002 Fellow of the American Academy in Rome. He has more than twenty years of archaeological field experience at Greek, Roman, and Byzantine sites in Italy, England, Israel, Tunisia, and Ukraine. His particular interests include food and drink in antiquity, digital approaches to archaeology and teaching, culture contact, and the archaeology of daily life. His current projects include a book on ancient Greek drinking culture; GeoDia, an online, interactive spatial timeline of the ancient Mediterranean world; and the publication of recent excavations at the site of Chersonesos (Ukraine), which will involve an online, publicly available GIS-enabled database of primary documentation.

My Speaker Sessions

Saturday, March 12

12:30pm CST