Barbara McLauchlin, Professor of Classics, SFSU

Event Date: 
Friday, April 16, 2004 - 14:15

"Turkish Athens" As a frequent public speaker, Barbara McLauchlin recently talked on such topics as "Their Ways Are Much Like Ours: Greeks and Others," and "Athens in the Fifth Century B.C." As staff field archaeologist, Professor McLauchlin has participated in the Corinth Excavations and also the digs at Ancient Nemea, among many others. Her writings are extensive, including such articles as "Temples, Tombs, and Treasure Hunts: Collecting in Antiquity," and "Classical Archaeology." Dr. McLauchlin directed many study programs in Greece. A lecturer, researcher, and writer, Professor Barbara McLauchlin was formerly the Chair of the Department of Classics as well as the Chair of the Department of World and Comparative Literature at San Francisco State University. She is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley where she received M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Ancient History and Mediterranean Archeology.