Kristian L. Lorenzo

Kris Lorenzo will join Hollins University as a visiting Assistant Professor of Classics in August 2016. He just finished the 2015-16 academic year as a visiting Assistant Professor of Classics and Archaeology at Monmouth College. He was a visiting Lecturer at the University of Richmond in 2014-15. For the two years prior to that he held an ACM-Mellon Post-doctoral fellowship in Classical Archaeology at Monmouth College. His research focuses on dedications for victories at sea, the cross-cultural adaptation of victory imagery, and early imperial usage of traditional commemorative practices for propagandistic purposes. His teaching includes a wide variety of classes including the Archaeology of Love, Sex, and Gender, Greek 200: Xenophon’s Anabasis, and Latin 300: Cicero’s Pro Caelio and Select Letters, as well as Roman History: Romulus to Justinian and In the Eye of the Beholder: Female beauty in Greco-Roman antiquity, a class of his own development. He has excavated at Old Fort Niagara in western New York, the town of Salemi, Sicily, the Athenian Agora and ancient Corinth.

The link below is to his CV from July 2012. For his current CV go to the 1-CV button.

 

CV (PDF Version)