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Jessica Paga

Assistant Professor

Office: Morton 328
Phone: 757 221 5301
Email: [[jpaga]]
Research interests:: Greek archaeology and architecture


Professor Paga specializes in Greek archaeology and history, particularly of the Archaic and Classical periods.  Her research is primarily focused on Greek architecture, political history, and epigraphy.  Professor Paga is also an active field archaeologist, and has excavated at various sites in Greece, including the Athenian Agora, Cyprus, Corinth, Argilos, and Samothrace. Curriculum Vitae.

Education and Degrees

B.A. in Art History and Classics, Smith College, 2005

PhD. in Classical Archaeology, Princeton University, 2012

Courses taught

CLCV 425: Ancient Architecture
CLCV 218: Roman Art & Archaeology
CLCV 316: Greek & Roman Epic (Voyage of the Hero)
CLCV 317: Greek Tragedy (Sacred Violence)
CLCV 207: Greek Civilization
CLCV 150: Freshman Seminar -- Building Mysteries: Architecture and Sacred Space in Ancient Greece
CLCV 314: The Ancient City
CLCV 350: Greek Religion