Dr. Katherine Huntley's research interests include Roman archaeology and social history, the history of the Roman Republic and the archaeology of Pre-Roman and Roman Italy, everyday life in the Roman world, graffiti, Pompeii and Herculaneum, religion in the Greco-Roman world, and the anthropological theory of religion. In addition to experience in the field as an archaeologist in Italy, Romania and England, she is an experienced archaeological illustrator. Dr. Huntley earned both an M.A. and Ph.D. in Archaeology and Ancient History from the University of Leicester, and joined the faculty of the Department of History at Boise State University in 2011.
Contributions to Books
Identifying Children's Graffiti in Roman Campania: A Developmental Psychological Approach, Ancient Graffiti in Context (2010)
Putting Children on the Map: Patterning Children's Behavior and Misbehavior in Graffiti from Roman Campania, Society for the Study of Children in the Past Annual Conference (2009)
One of the major difficulties in studying children in the ancient world is the identification...