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EDUCATION

2016-23            Ph.D. in Classical Archaeology. University of Michigan.

2012-16            B.A. with distinction, in Classics (Honors), Archaeology. Randolph-Macon College. Thesis: “What’s Love Got to Do With it: Helen’s Agency in the Seduction of Helen” (Advisor: Elizabeth Fisher (2012-2015); Gregory Daugherty (2015-2016))

ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELDWORK

2017-Pres.        Assistant Trench Supervisor, Olynthos Proj., Greece. Directors: Lisa C. Nevett, U. of Michigan; Zosia Archibald, U. of Liverpool; Bettina Tsigarida, Greek Archaeological Service.

2017                 Special Finds Assistant, Olynthos Proj., Greece. Directors: Lisa C. Nevett, U. of Michigan; Zosia Archibald, U. of Liverpool; Bettina Tsigarida, Greek Archaeological Service.

2017                 Geophysical Team Member, Olynthos Proj. Geophysical Survey, Greece. Director: David L. Stone, U. of Michigan.

2014-17            Volunteer, Athenian Agora Excavations, Greece. Director: John M. Camp, Randolph-Macon College.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS)

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2017-Pres.        Graduate Student Instructor, University of Michigan:

Introduction to Roman Archaeology       (Fall 2017)        Department of Classical Studies

Introduction to Greek Archaeology         (Winter 2018)   Department of Classical Studies

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

2017-Pres.        Docent, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, Ann Arbor, MI

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

2018                 Hill, N., “Til Death Do Us Part: Attic Marble Lekythoi and Depictions of Unwed Youths,” paper session, 114th CAMWS Annual Mtg., Albuquerque, NM

2017                 Hill, N., “Can You Dig It?: Towards a Better Understanding of ‘Archaeology’ in Archaeology Museums,” University of Michigan, Bicentennial Graduate and Undergraduate Student Symposium: “Into the Third Century: The Past, Present, and Future of Michigan’s Archaeological Museums,” Ann Arbor, MI

2015                 Hill, N., “What’s Love Got to Do With it: Helen’s Agency in the Seduction of Helen,” University of Richmond, Virginia Undergraduate Symposium for Classics, “Critical Identities in Antiquity,” Richmond, VA

AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS

2016-Pres.        LS&A Regent’s Fellowship, University of Michigan

2016                 Minority Summer Fellowship, Society for Classical Studies

2014-15            Niarchos Fellowship, Stavros Niarchos Foundation

2014                 Robert Epes-Jones Scholarship, Randolph-Macon College

LANGUAGE BACKGROUND

Reading ability in German, French, Ancient Greek, Latin.

REFERENCES

Available on request.

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