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Christina Chang is a PhD student in the Department of the History of Art at the University of Michigan. Her interests include critical theories of visual culture and textual analysis. Her current research focuses on artistic practices of the late 1960s and early 1970s that explored new ways of thinking about and evaluating art’s social responsibility and political efficacy.
Sharon C. Herbert is Curator and Director of the Kelsey Museum, as well as Professor of Classical Archaeology and Greek in the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Michigan. Her research focuses on Greek Archaeology, vase painting, and the Hellenistic Near East. Recent publications include Tel Anafa I.i–ii: Final Report on Ten Years of Excavation at a Hellentistic and Roman Settlement (1994), Tel Anafa II.i: The Hellenistic and Roman Pottery (edited, 1997), and Excavations at Coptos (Qift) in Upper Egypt, 1987–1992 (coauthored, 2003).
Karen Johnson is a PhD candidate in Classical Art and Archaeology and a student in Culture and Cognition at the University of Michigan. Her dissertation explores the material world of children and childhood at the Roman town of Karanis in Egypt.
Timothy McCall is currently a PhD candidate in the Department of the History of Art at the University of Michigan. He will defend his dissertation on the art patronage of Pier Maria Rossi of Parma in the Fall of 2005.