University of Pittsburgh


Visiting Faculty-2016-17

 

carrie L. Sulosky weaver

visiting assistant professor of classics

(FALL AND SPRING 2016-17)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carrie Weaver’s area of specialization is the art, architecture, and archaeology of the ancient Mediterranean world, with an emphasis on funerary art and architecture, burial practices, and the analysis of human bone. She has excavated in Pompeii and Sicily, and analyzed human remains from Rome, Sicily, Turkey, and the UK. Her research bridges science and the humanities, drawing upon the methods of these disparate fields to reconstruct past population dynamics and cultural practices. This approach is evident in her book, The Bioarchaeology of Classical Kamarina: Life and Death in Greek Sicily (University Press of Florida, 2015). Her current book project, Marginalized Populations in the Ancient Greek World: The Bioarchaeology of the Other (Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming), draws upon literary, artistic, material, and biological evidence to shed new light on groups of individuals who were typically relegated to the periphery of Greek society, such as the disabled, deformed, and ethnically disparate.

Weaver’s teaching focuses on the art, architecture, and material culture of the ancient Mediterranean world (including the Near East and Egypt), and encompasses a wide variety of topics (e.g., gender, identity, ethnicity, health and wealth disparities, ritual, modern reception of classical antiquity) and time periods (ca. 3200 BCE to 7th century CE).

 

Education
Ph.D. University of Virginia
M.A. University of Virginia
M.Sc. University of Sheffield
B.A. University of Pittsburgh

 

Selected Publications

Sulosky Weaver, C.L. 2016. “Encounters with Death: Was there Dark Tourism in Classical Greece?” Journal of Greek Archaeology 1: 211–32.

Sulosky Weaver, C.L. 2015. The Bioarchaeology of Classical Kamarina: Life and Death in Greek Sicily. Gainesville: University Press of Florida.

Sulosky Weaver, C.L. 2015. “Walking Dead and Vengeful Spirits.” Popular Archaeology 19.

Wilson, R.J.A. with J.W. Hayes, C.L. Sulosky Weaver, and G. Di Stefano. 2014. “Il banchetto funerario nella Sicilia della prima età bizantina: nuove attestazioni da Kaukana.” Sicilia Antiqua 11: 515–63. 

Sulosky Weaver, C.L. and R.J.A. Wilson. 2014. “Probably Atretic Cephalocele in an Adult Female from Punta Secca (Sicily, Italy).” International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 24: 747–56.

Smith, T.J. and C.L. Sulosky Weaver. 2014. “Near Death Experiences: Greek Art and Archaeology beyond the Grave.” In N.S. Rabinowitz and F. McHardy (eds.) From Abortion to Pederasty: Addressing Difficult Topics in the Classics Classroom. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 13–38.

Review of Joseph L. Rife, Isthmia Volume IX. The Roman and Byzantine Graves and Human Remains (Princeton, 2012). The Classical Journal 109 (2014): 380–3.

Wilson, R.J.A. with J.W. Hayes, C.L. Sulosky, and G. Di Stefano. 2011. “Funerary Feasting in Early Byzantine Sicily: New Evidence from Kaukana.” American Journal of Archaeology 115: 263–302.

Wilson, R.J.A. with J.W. Hayes, G. Di Stefano, and C.L. Sulosky. 2009. “An Early Byzantine ‘Elite’ Tomb in a Domestic Context at Kaukana, Sicily.” Journal of Roman Archaeology 22: 412–5.

 

Selected Awards

Archaeological Institute of America Publication Subvention Grant (Von Bothmer Publication Fund), 2015 

Graduate Summer Research Grant, Buckner W. Clay Endowment for Humanities, 2012  

Etruscan Foundation Fieldwork Fellowship, 2010

McIntire Department of Art Teaching Assistant Award, University of Virginia, 2010

Centenary Scholarship, University of Sheffield, 2005

 

Contact Information Office:

1503 Cathedral of Learning

clweaver@pitt.edu  Phone - 412-624-4476

 

Office Hours - Spring 2017

Monday 2:00-3:00pm (1503 CL)
Tuesday 1:30-2:30pm (FFA 234)
Wednesday 2:00-3:00pm (1503 CL)
Thursday 1:30-2:30pm (FFA 234)

and by appointment


 

SPRING 2017 Courses

Course Listing Name Days Time Location
Course Listing Name Days Time Location
CLASS 0600 Intro to Mediterranean Archaeology MW 3:00-4:15pm CL 324
CLASS 0618/HAA 0018 Death in the Ancient World TuTh 2:30-3:45pm

FFA 125

CLASS 0618 Death in the Ancient World TuTh 11:00-12:15 CL 116
       

 

 

 

 

andrew korzeniewski
VISITING LECTURER

(FALL AND SPRING 2016-17)

 

Pre-Law track at Villanova, I double-majored in Classics and Political Science. When it came time to register for the LSAT, though, I realized Classics was my primary pursuit and I took the GRE instead. After the Penn Post-Bac and a MA from Villanova, I came to Pitt for my PhD, which I earned with a dissertation on Vergil’s Aeneid. Outside of my central focus on Epic (both Vergilian and Homeric), I have written a number of papers on issues of Reception, specifically between Dante and Vergil. A native of New England, in baseball I fully support the Red Sox; married to a woman from Philadelphia, however, early on in the relationship I was told that the Eagles are now my football team, so, “Volate, Aquilae, Volate”!

 

Contact Information Office:

1504A Cathedral of Learning

ajk42@pitt.edu       Phone - 412-624-4493

 

Office Hours

Monday                         10:00-11:30 PM
Wednesday                 10:00-11:30 PM

and by appointment (ajk42@pitt.edu)

 

SPRING 2017 Courses

Course Listing Name Days Time Location
Course Listing Name Days Time Location
LATIN 0021 Beginning Latin II MTWThF 9:00-9:50 am CL 314
LATIN 0220 Intermediate Latin Verse TuTh 4:00-5:15 pm

CL 129

 

CLASS 0020 Roman Civilization MWF 1:00-1:50pm CL 206
       

 

 

 




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