Assistant Lecturer, Research assistant
Studienævnet for Saxo-Instituttet
Karen Blixens Plads 8, 2300 København S
Karen Blixens Plads 8, 2300 København S, 12, Building: 12-1-68
In my research, I work with different aspects of the visual and material (“cultural”) interactions in the Hellenistic and Roman worlds – focusing especially on the relations between Egypt and Rome in the Roman imperial period. Central concepts that have formed my research into this area are: materiality, object biographies, culture contact, and identity formation. Another part of my research is centered on the excavation and publication of a Roman Villa at Lake Nemi in the Alban Hills.
I teach and supervise bachelor and master students within the following subjects:
Introduction to Archaeology
Greek Archaeology: Classical-Hellnistic period
Primary fields of research
Egypt outside Egypt - especially Rome and Beneventum.
The history of Classical Archeology as a scientific discipline.
The classical tradition.