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Dr. Hazel Dodge

Associate Prof & Head of Discipline (Classics)
ARTS BUILDING


  Ancient Spectacle   Ancient/Classical History   Archaeology   Byzantine History   Numismatics   Roman architecture   Roman Marble Trade   Roman provincial archaeology   The city of Rome   Urban History
 Roman Marble Project
 Roman Spectacle
 Building Materials at Leptiminus

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Consultant for Anness Publishing 2002-2005
Occasional Consultant for Oxford University Department for Continuing Education
Director Oxford University/Florida State University Summer School 1996-2002
Language Skill Reading Skill Writing Skill Speaking
French Medium Medium Basic
German Medium Basic Basic
Greek Medium Basic Basic
Italian Medium Basic Medium
Latin Medium Medium Basic
Russian Medium Basic Basic
Spanish Medium Basic Basic
Turkish Medium Basic Medium
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Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London January 1990
Roman Society 1995
Society for Libyan Studies 1994
Association for the Study of Marbles and Other Stones in Antiquity 1987
Corresponding Member of the Archaeological Institute of America 2013 current
Hazel Dodge, Roman Colours of Power. Egyptian Stones for the City of Rome, Cultures of Stone, UCD Dublin, September 2014, edited by Bernard Gilhooly, Niamh Kelly, Sol MallĂ­a-Guest , 2018, Conference Paper, IN_PRESS
Roman Amphitheatre, Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology ,, 2nd edition, Springer, 2018, [Hazel Dodge], Item in dictionary or encyclopaedia, etc, PUBLISHED
Hazel Dodge, Jacopo Tabolli, From Invisible to Visible: New Data and Methods for the Archaeology of Infant and Child Burials in pre-Roman Italy, 25.4.2017, 2017, TCD, Meetings /Conferences Organised, PUBLISHED
Hazel Dodge, Ancient Architecture in Peril: the case of Ancient Palmyra, School of Architecture Research Seminar, University of Limerick, 26/10, 2015, School of Architecture University of Limerick, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
Hazel Dodge, Review of Public Spectacles in Roman and Late Antique Palestine. Revealing antiquity, 21, by Z. Weiss , Brynn Mawr Classical Review, 1.47, 2015, Review, PUBLISHED
Other Spectacular Sites in, editor(s)P. Christesen and D. Kyle , Blackwell Companion to Sport and Spectacle, Oxford, Blackwell, 2014, pp561 - 577, [Hazel Dodge], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Amphitheatres in, editor(s)P. Christesen and D. Kyle , Blackwell Companion to Sport and Spectacle, Oxford, Blackwell, 2014, pp545 - 560, [Hazel Dodge], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
The Colosseum in, editor(s)A. Futrell and T. Scanlon , The Oxford Handbook of Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World, Oxford, OUP, 2014, [Hazel Dodge], Book Chapter, ACCEPTED
Hazel Dodge, Roman Colours of Power. Egyptian Stones for the City of Rome, Cultures of Stone, UCD Dublin, September , 2014, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
Roman Amphitheatre, Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology , Springer, 2014, [Hazel Dodge], Item in dictionary or encyclopaedia, etc, PUBLISHED
  

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Hazel Dodge, From quarry to metropolis: the journey of an Egyptian granite column to the Pantheon , SETTING THE STANDARD IN MATERIALS AND CRAFTSMANSHIP: THE MUSEUM BUILDING OF TRINITY COLLEGE, TCD, 9/2/, 2018, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
Hazel Dodge, J. Latham Pompa Circensis, Review of Performance, Memory, and Processions in Ancient Rome. , by J Latham , Classical Review, 68, (1), 2018, Review, PUBLISHED
Hazel Dodge, Roman Colours of Power: Egyptian Stones for the City of Rome and Beyond (Keynote lecture), Cultures of Stone Conference, UCD Dublin, September 2014, 2014, Invited Talk, PRESENTED
Hazel Dodge, Urban and Rural Interfaces in Roman Italy and North Africa, City and Countryside in the Ancient World, Dublin, 2014, Conference Paper, PRESENTED

  

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Elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London 1990
Grants from British Academy and British School at Rome for work and travel in Rome and Central Italy 1992
Grants from the Arts and Social Sciences Benefaction Fund, Trinity College Dublin, for work and travel in western Turkey, Greece, Germany, Spain, Italy, Sicily, Egypt 1996-2005
Grants from the Centre for Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies, Trinity College Dublin, for work and travel in Egypt and Libya 2004
Roman Construction in the Empire with a particular interest in the Eastern Mediterranean. Roman Provincial Archaeology. Greek and Roman Cities and Urbanisation. Greek and Roman Art and Architecture. Marble and the marble trade. City of Rome. Manufacture and production of materials in Antiquity. Ancient Technology. Ancient Spectacle and Entertainment