Danielle Vander Horst
Danielle is a second-year Ph.D. student in Classical Studies. Her research interests lie in examining networks of connectivity within the Roman Empire, particularly as they relate to the movement and consumption of everyday materials in the western provinces and how these patterns can aid in our understanding of ancient identities. She is also greatly interested in museum curation and education practices, archaeological and classical ethics, and the ongoing pursuit of promoting equity within the field. She has a B.A. in Honors Research in Classics and Archaeology from the University of Rochester and a M.A. in Archaeology from Cornell University.
2021 Field Season: Vulci 3000 Project Team Member
Current Research Interests
Roman Germany, Roman Britain, Identity in Antiquity, Material Engagement, Globalization networks of the Roman Empire
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