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Dr. Alyson Gill

Associate Professor of Art History


Education

  • Ph.D. History, University of Memphis, 2004
  • M.A. Art History, University of California-Irvine, 1996
  • B.A. Psychology, Trinity University, 1986

Teaching Specialties

  • Greek and Roman art and architecture
  • Mediterranean archaeology

Research Interests

  • Digital modeling of ancient sites
  • Greek baths and bathing
  • Sanctuary baths

Affiliations

  • Archaeology Institute of America
  • American School of Classical Studies, Athens
  • College Art Association

Links of Interests

Ashes2Art: www.digitaldelphi.org


Biography

Alyson A. Gill is associate professor of Art History at Arkansas State University. Prior to her graduate work at UC-Irvine, Gill worked at Isthmia focusing on uncovering comparanda for the Greek bath at Isthmia, which led to her dissertation "Balaneia: A Sourcebook for the Greek Bath from the Archaic through the Hellenistic Periods." Gill received a Fulbright grant (1998/99) to conduct research at the American School of Classical Studies, and has received multiple grants for teaching and research, including an NEH Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant in April 2007.

Gill's publications include "Mediating Difference in Classical Antiquity: The Greek Sanctuary Bath," The Southeastern College Art Conference Review 15, no. 1 (2006): 16-22, and Aphrodite's Bath: Mediating Difference in Classical Antiquity," in Themes in European History: Essays from the 2nd International Conference on European History, Nicholas C. J. Pappas, ed. (Athens: December 2005).