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Doctoral Student, Greek & Roman History
Garrett received a B.A. (Classical Languages, minor in Archaeology) from Carleton College in 2009 after writing a Senior Thesis on Italiote-Samnite relations. In the three years since, his academic interests have increasingly centered on the cities of Roman Asia Minor, with special focus on the use and nature of monumental architecture. His dissertation – provisionally entitled “Placing Power: Proconsuls and the Conventus Cities of Asia” – will examine how Roman power could be negotiated and defined in the terms of civic space.
Interdepartmental Program in Greek and Roman History
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Ann Arbor, MI