2013 to 2014
Visiting Faculty Fellow
Professor Sheila Dillon leads a project that seeks to produce a database and digital map of the archaeological remains of ancient Athens. This project is a collaborative multi-disciplinary endeavor based in the Wired! Lab, and involves undergraduate and graduate students at Duke as well as international colleagues based in Athens.
Students enrolled in the Spring 2014 course "Imag(in)ing Athens," which was jointly taught by Professor Sheila Dillon and former Visiting Faculty Fellow Elizabeth Langridge-Noti and taught simultaneously at Duke and at DEREE - the American College of Greece, participated in a Spring Break trip to Greece so that the Duke students could see the landscape that they were studying and meet their Athenian counterparts. Both sets of students gained immensely from the time on site and for a number of the Duke students it was a transformative experience, leading to new directions of study.
Former HWL Undergraduate Fellow's Distinction Research is Published
-- Feb 26 2016
In a note from 2014-15 HWL Visiting Faculty Fellow Elizabeth Langridge-Noti, she writes, "I am continuing to revel in the connections Duke brought me as I watch graduate students I met, talked... Read More