Nora received her BA in Classics from the University of Massachusetts in 2013. While at Umass, Nora worked on several archaeological and digital projects including the Umass Image Collection Library, the Pompeii Bibliography and Mapping Project, and the Poggio Civitate Archaeological Excavations. These experiences fostered her developing interest in working to bring archaeology and the digital humanities together. In the field, Nora had toured many Greek sites and spent the summer excavating at Poggio Civitate (Murlo). In returning to Murlo in 2013 , Nora will continue her research on objects relating to the production of textiles, expanding her interest in technological processes of production, and will assist in the creation of a new museum exhibit entitled “First Words: The Archaeology of Language at Poggio Civitate.” Email Nora Donoghue.
News and Events
- Classical Philosophy Lecture: Agreement and Consensus in Plato’s Crito, by James Warren, University of Cambridge
- Classical Dialogues: Annetta Alexandridis on Human and Animal Bodies in Ancient Greece
- Columbia University at Hadrian’s Villa: The 2016 Archaeological Campaign
- Workshop in Ancient & Contemporary Philosophy
- Classical Studies Dissertation Workshop