Contributions: Elizabeth Bartman
Contributions: Maryl B. Gensheimer
Contributions: Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis
Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis is Associate Professor of Liberal Studies and Middle Eastern Studies, and the executive officer of the M.A. Program in Liberal Studies, at The Graduate Center, The City University of New York. Her research examines the gardens, art, and architecture of the Middle East and North Africa in the Classical and Islamic periods, as well as in their reception, especially in the United States. Her books include Classical New York: Discovering Greece and Rome in Gotham (Fordham, 2018), Bayt Farhi and the Sephardic Palaces of Ottoman Damascus in the Late 18th and 19th Centuries (ASOR/Manar al-Athar, 2018), and Housing the New Romans: Architectural Reception and Classical Style in the Modern World (Oxford, 2017).
Contributions: Margaret Malamud
Contributions: Allyson McDavid
Contributions: Matthew McGowan
Matthew M. McGowan is Associate Professor and Chair of Classics at Fordham University.
Contributions: Francis Morrone
Contributions: Jon Ritter
Contributions: Jared Simard