Stephen L. Dyson
Park Professor of Classics, University at Buffalo SUNY Distinguished Professor
- Diploma in Classical Archaeology, Oxford University.
- MA, Ph.D. Yale University.
- History and archaeology of the City of Rome, archaeology of Roman Italy and the western empire, history and theory of archaeology, Roman social history, the Roman countryside.
- The Creation of the Roman Frontier (Princeton University Press, 1985).
- Community and Society in Roman Italy (Johns Hopkins Press, 1992).
- Ancient Marbles to American Shores (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1998).
- The Roman Countryside (Duckworth, 2003).
- Eugenie Sellers Strong: Portrait of an Archaeologist (Duckworth, 2004).
- In Pursuit of Ancient Pasts: A History of Classical Archaeology in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Yale University Press, 2006).
- Shepheds, Sailors, and Conquerors ( Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Museum, 2007)
- Rome: A Living Portrait of an Ancient City (Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Un iversity Press. 2010 )
Offices in Professional Organizations:
- President-Archaeological Institute of America.
- Book Review Editor-American Journal of Archaeology.
- President-Classical Association of the American Academy in Rome.
Honors and Awards:
- National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship.
- American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship.
- Director, Classical Summer School of the American Academy in Rome.
- Director, National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminars for College and University Teachers-Buffalo, Rome.
- Mellon Professor-Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies, Rome.
- A Diachronic Study of the History and Archaeology of Sardinia.
- The Archaeological Development of the Medieval Site of Capalbiaccio, Italy.
- An Archaeological and Social Historical Profile of Ancient Rome.
- Archaeology and Ideology in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Rome.
- A Biography of the Nineteenth Century Journalist, Archaeologist, and Photographer, William J. Stillman.
- National Endowment for the Humanities Grants for Archaeological research.
- Archaeology and Rediscovery of the Classical World; The History of the Roman Republic; Roman Imperialism; Roman Archaeology 1.
- Livy; Tacitus; The Roman Countryside; The Western Roman Empire; Roman Numismatics; The Topography and Social History of Ancient Rome; The History of Classical Archaeology; The Greater Roman Historians: Roman Historiography from Gibbon to Moses Finley,From Constantine to Charlemagne.