Attic Pottery for Economic History, Art and Culture in Modern Europe
I would define myself as a cultural historian who has specialized in the use of archaeological source material. Most of my research has been directed towards establishing patterns of Mediterranean trade in antiquity with a special emphasis on the sixth century B.C. I am a specialist in the study of Attic vase painting although I have published on urban development and historiography. In recent years I have been developing courses in Art and Culture in Modern Europe and have delivered and published one study in this field at present. I have regularly published articles and notes dealing with Attic pottery.
- “Dio and Josephus: Parallel Analyses” Latomus 36 (1977) 657-673.
- “Archaic and Early Classical Red-Figure Vases” Israel – People and Land (Eretz Israel Museum Yearbook, Vol 7-8 (25-26) New Series), 1990-1993, 67-82;11*-12*, (in Hebrew).
- “Workshop Definition of the Nikosthenic Atelier” The Ancient World, 39 (2008) 37-54.
- “Lydos and Company” The Ancient World, 42 (2011) 64-92.
- “Dancing for Dionysos: A Review Article” The Ancient World, 43 (2012) pp. 68-82.
- “Puccini’s Women” ATINER Papers ART2013-0444 pdf (http://www.atiner.gr/papers.
htm), edited version forthcoming in print.
- Western Civilization I and II (regular and honors sections)
- Survey of the Ancient World (graduate)
- Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt
- Historical Background of the Hebrew Bible
- Ancient Greece
- Greek Historical Inscriptions
- Greek Archaeology
- Greek Historiography
- Monumental Development of Ancient Athens
- Ancient Rome
- The Roman Empire
- The Augustan Settlement (graduate)
- The Etruscans
- Monumental Development of the City of Rome (ancient)
- Herod the Great
- Turning Point in the Ancient World
- Introduction to Third World History (ancient)
- English Composition, Intellectual Heritage (regular and honors sections)
- Art and Culture in Western Europe (Romanticism 1795-1850)
- Art and Culture in Western Europe (1850-1914)
- Art and Culture in Western Europe (1905-1960)