BA in Art History, Montclair State University

MA in Humanities, University of Chicago

Research Interests

Neo-Assyrian Empire and broader ancient Near East

Selected Publications

"Presence in the Landscape: Encountring Neo-Assyrian Kingship and Divinity 'from the Upper Sea to the Lower Sea'." Forthcoming (2016) chapter in Sacred Landscapes: Creation, Manipulation, Transformation: Proceedings of a conference held at the University of Wales, Trinity-Saint David, Lampeter, May 2014.

"Neo-Assyrian Gardens: A Spectrum of Artificiality, Sacrality and Accessibility," in Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes 35/2 (2015): 91-114.

Dissertation Title

Multi-Media Image-Making in Assyria: Visualizations of the Numinous in Political Context

Field of Study