Susan E. Alcock

Susan E. Alcock  B.A. Yale (1983); B.A. Cambridge (1983); M.A., Ph.D. Cambridge (1989). Professor Alcock is a classical archaeologist, with interests in the material culture of the eastern Mediterranean and western Asia, particularly in Hellenistic and Roman times. Much of her research to date has revolved around themes of landscape, imperialism, sacred space, and memory. She has been involved with fieldwork in Greece and Armenia, but is now co-directing the Brown University Petra Archaeological Project (BUPAP), exploring the site of Petra (Jordan) in its regional context.   Her books, solo authored and edited, include: Archaeologies of the Greek Past: Landscape, Monuments and Memory (Cambridge 2001), Side-by-Side Survey: Comparative Regional Analysis in the Mediterranean Region  (Oxford 2004); and Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology: Classical Archaeology (Oxford 2007, 2nd ed. 2012). Alcock is a 2001 recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.