Bradley A. Ault

Associate Professor

Phone: 645-0458

Graduate Degrees:

  • M.A.: Indiana University, Program in Classical Archaeology (1986)
  • M.A.: Indiana University, Department of Art History (1989)
  • Ph.D.: Indiana University, Program in Classical Archaeology (1994)

Expertise/research interests:

  • Greek, Cypriot, and Roman art and archaeology; houses and households; cities and urbanism, agriculture and the ancient countryside.

Selected Publications:

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Honors and Awards:

  • Blegen Research Fellowship, Vassar College (1997-1998).
  • Fulbright Fellowship, American School of Classical Studies at Athens. (1991-1992).
  • Rainer Horstmann Fellowship, Freie Universität, Berlin (1990-1991).

Research projects:

  • Ceramics Processing/Analysis, The Olynthos Project (Olynthos, Greece), 2015-present
  • Co-Director, Akrotiri-Dreamer’s Bay Ancient Port Project (Akrotiri, Cyprus), 2006-2011.
  • Co-Director, Halieis Exploration Project (Porto Cheli, Greece), 2000-2003.

Undergraduate Courses:

  • Greek & Roman Archaeology; Warfare in the Ancient Mediterranean World; Greek Archaeology 1; Greek Archaeology 2; The Greek City: polis, chora, & oikos; UB Classics in the Mediterranean (Winter Session Study Abroad Program)

Graduate Courses:

  • The Archaeology of Classical Urbanism: Ancient Greek Cities; Classical Houses and Households; The Topography of Athens and Attica; The Greek Overseas; The Iconography of Greek Painted Pottery

Curriculum Vitae