| Sponsored by
Archaeological Institute of America Regional Symposia Committee
(Eleanor Guralnick, Chair),
Department of Art History and Archaeology at Washington University
(Mark Weil, Chair),
Department of Classics at Washington University
(George Pepe, Chair),
St. Louis Art Museum
(Sidney Goldstein, Associate Director and Daniel Reich, Head of Adult Public Programs),
St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley
(Irving P. McPhail, President),
St. Louis Chapter - Archaeological Institute of America
(Dr. K. Ann Dempsey, President).
Real Romans Ate Quiche: Pottery and People in Antiquity
Dr. Andrea Berlin
Illinois Department of Classics, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Junior Fellor, Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington, D.C.
Domestic SpacesSusan Rotroff, Moderator, Departments of Art History and Archaeology, and Classics at Washington University
|From House to Hovel: Domestic Life Along the Roman Frontier||
Department of Archaeology, Boston University
|Light and Women's Space in Ancient Greek Houses||
Department of Classics, University of Wisconsin, Madison
|New Light on Early Atrium Houses: Notes on the Spatial Structure of Activity and Gender||
Owen P. Doonan IV
Department of Classics, the University of Illinois, Chicago and the Department of Classical Languages and Literature at the University of Chicago
Home Life in the HeartlandSarantis Symeonoglou,Moderator, Department of Art History and Archaeology at Washington University and Director of the Odyssey Project.
|Money, Social Class, and Decorative Taste in Flavian Pompeii||
Eleanor Winsor Leach
Department of Classical Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington
|Children in the Roman Home: The Visua1 Evidence from Pompeii||
Doctoral Candidate, Department of Classical Studies Duke University
|Food Technology in Roman Campania||
Robert I. Curtis
Department of Classics, University of Georgia, Athens
Domestic Issues in Syria and the Greek EastLee Maxwell, Moderator, Department of Exegetical Philosophy, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis
|Paving the Way to Health:The Vestibule Floor Mosaic from The Bath of Apolausis at Antioch||
Curator of Ancient Art, Indiana University of Indiana Art Museum (1983) and Indiana University Associate Scholar (1992), Bloomington
|Terqa and Haradum: Old Babylonian Period Houses Along the Euphrates||
Mark W. Chavalas
Department of History, University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse
|Space Speaks Volumes: Quantifying Spatial Characteristics of 3rd Millennium BC Houses at Tell Melebiya, Syria||
Department of History, University of Missouri, Kansas City
Research Associate at The Oriental Institute and the Middle East Center, University of Chicago
MFA from Bradley University, adjunct professor of ceramics at St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley, maintains her own ceramic studio.
AIA Trustee,Past President and Program Chair for the AIA-St. Louis Society, developed the Junior Archaeology Program.
|Learning about Trenches||
Dr. Harold Mare
Covenant Theological Seminary and director of the Abila of the Decapolis Excavations in Jordan.
|Learning about Flotation||
Graduate of Font Bonne College, and St. Louis Public School teacher, he has dug in Syria at Tell Tuneinir.
|Bones: Animal and Human||
Dr. Elliott O'Reilly
Retired orthopedic surgeon and treasurer of the St. Louis Society.
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