Assistant Professor in Classical Languages & Literatures
Contact & Office Hours
Tuesday 1-2, Wednesday 11-2 in person, and Thursday 4-5 via Zoom. And by appointment.
Dewey Hall 213
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Rebecca Worsham is an assistant professor of classical languages and literatures, specializing in the archaeology of the Greek and Roman worlds. Her primary area of research is Bronze Age Greece, and she co-directs fieldwork at the early Mycenaean site of Malthi in southwestern Greece with Michael Lindblom of Uppsala University. In addition to archaeological topics such as Greek art and archaeology and artifacts of daily life in the ancient Mediterranean, she teaches a range of courses in Latin and ancient Greek. Currently, she is working on publishing the results of the survey and excavation at Malthi, as well as a monograph on Middle Bronze Age domestic architecture in mainland Greece.