Del Chiaro Lecture | Sacro-Creative Action Within and Beyond Rome in the Fifth Century BCE
5:00 pm | 5/2/2022 | Live on Zoom | Until 6:30 pm | 5/2/2022
John Hopkins, New York University
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John Hopkins, Associate Professor of the art and archaeology of ancient Mediterranean peoples in the Department of Art History and the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University will give the 2022 Del Chiaro Lecture, “Sacro-Creative Action Within and Beyond Rome in the Fifth Century BCE.”
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John Hopkins is Associate Professor of the art and archaeology of ancient Mediterranean peoples in the Department of Art History and the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University. He is author of The Genesis of Roman Architecture, published by Yale UP in 2016 and winner of the Spiro Kostof Award from the Society of Architectural Historians, Unbinding Rome: Art and Craft in a Fluid Landscape, 700-200 BCE, a forthcoming book on craft and maker communities in Central Italy, also with YUP, and co-editor of Object Biographies: Collaborative Approaches to Ancient Mediterranean Art published by the Menil Collection and YUP in 2020 and Forgery Beyond Deceit: Fabrication, Value and the Desire for Ancient Rome, in press with Oxford University Press. He is also director of the Roman Architectural Elements Imaging and Scientific analysis (RAEIS) Project.