By Peg Lourie
May 30, 2013
According to the latest issue of the Kelsey Museum Newsletter, Christopher Ratté, Professor of Classical Archaeology in the Departments of Classical Studies and History of Art, will become the new Director of the Kelsey Museum in July 2013. Professor Ratté has been a Research Associate with the Kelsey since his arrival at Michigan from New York University in 2006 and has served as Director of the Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art and Archaeology since 2009. He has directed excavations and surveys of Kelsey-sponsored fieldwork at Aphrodisias in Turkey and Vani in the Republic of Georgia. He thus brings a wide spectrum of interests and skills to the directorship.
Read the parting thoughts of the Kelsey's current director and its curator of academic outreach as they both leave the Museum after many years of outstanding service. Also find out about the Kelsey's present and upcoming exhibitions, as well as fieldwork in Italy, the Sudan, and Egypt.
Click here to read the current Newsletter.