Alicia L. Carter
Department of Classics Local Address:
University of Texas at Austin 401 W. 39th St. Apt. 108
Austin, TX 78751 Dallas, TX 75209
512-471-5742 512-786-5091
FAX: 512-471-4111 alicialcarter@yahoo.com


Education     The University of Texas at Austin
Doctoral Candidate Present
Master of Arts
(Thesis: Ancient Inventories: A Comparative Study of Temple Inventories from Athens and Delos and the Linear B Inventories from Pylos and Knossos)

Spring 2003
Duke University
Bachelor of Arts
   Major: Classical Studies
   Minor: Classical Archaeology

Spring 2001
American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Greece
Regular Member in the graduate studies program

2004-2005
Arcadia University, Athens, Greece
Study Abroad: ancient and modern Greek history and language

Fall 1999
 

Experience University of Texas at Austin, Department of Classics
Assistant Instructor
   Course: Latin 506 (Beginning Latin)
Present
Teaching Assistant
   Course: Roman History
Spring 2003
Teaching Assistant
   Course: Greek Mythology
Fall 2003
Research Assistant
   Dr. Cynthia Shelmerdine: Fall 2001-Spring 2002
   Dr. Thomas Palaima: Fall 2002-Spring 2004

Honors and Awards University of Texas at Austin
Graduate member of Dept of Classics Colloquium Committee 2003
College of Liberal Arts Scholarship for Research Abroad 2003
First-Year University Fellowship

2003-2004
Leadership University of Texas at Austin
Graduate member of Dept of Classics Colloquium Committee 2005
Graduate representative to the Dept of Classics faculty

2003-2004
Archaeological Experience
200-2005 Corinth Excavations, American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Director: Dr. Guy Sanders, ASCSA
Position: Trench Supervisor: excavation of Late Roman villa and environs (2005)
Position: Assistant to the Architect, Dr. James Herbst, ASCSA (2002)
Position: Area Supervisor: excavation of Venetian period cemetery (2001)
Position: Volunteer: excavation of Venetian to Early Modern contexts (2000)
2002-2005 Iklaina Archaeological Project (IKAP) near Pylos, Greece
Director: Dr. Michael Cosmopulos, University of Missouri at St. Louis
Position: Team Leader: regional survey covering most chronological periods
2003-2005 Mycenae: Petsas House
Director: Dr. Kim Shelton, University of Texas at Austin
Position: Site Supervisor: excavation of Bronze Age building complex
2003 Phylakopi on Melos, Greece
Directors: Dr. Michael Boyd, British School of Archaeology at Athens (BSA);
Dr. Neil Brody, Cambridge University; Dr. Rebecca Sweetman, BSA
Position: Volunteer: archaeological cleaning and recording, site drawing/planning

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