About Gregor A. Kalas

Gregor Kalas investigates the architecture of late antiquity and the early Middle Ages with a particular focus on the post-classical adaptations of ancient buildings and monuments. In his publications, Kalas explores the reuse of ancient structures by highlighting that architectural reconstruction engages with historical memories and the reconstitution of lapsed time. Kalas has pursued investigations of late antique urban landscapes by digitally reconstructing the center of Rome in order to reveal the ritual function of buildings and the topographical linkages between significant city spaces. Currently, Kalas’s research concerns the late antique revitalization of public architecture in the Roman Forum, Rome ’s chief monumental precinct.

Positions

Present College of Architecture + Design, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
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Present Associate Professor, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
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Disciplines

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Contact Information

School of Architecture Office
University of Tennessee
1715 Volunteer Boulevard
Knoxville, TN 37996-2400
phone: (865) 974-3273

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Digital Humanities Projects (2)

Publications (5)