Seth Estrin
Classical Archaeology graduate Student

Greek and Roman art, archaeology, and visual culture (with special focus on Archaic and Classical Greece). Minoan wall painting; emotion and agency in Greek art; theories of style and naturalism; text and art (epigrams, ekphrasis); 18th/19th c. reception.
B.A. (Classics and Art History) University of Toronto, 2008. MSt (Classical Archaeology) Merton College, Oxford, 2009. MA (Classical Archaeology), UC Berkeley, 2011.

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Conference presentations:

"Dining with the Mysteries: The Dionysiac Frieze from the Villa of the Mysteries in Context". AIA and APA Joint Annual Meeting, 2011 (San Antonio).

"Living Surfaces: The Materiality of Minoan Wall Painting". AIA and APA Joint Annual Meeting, 2013 (Seattle).