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About Lynne A. Kvapil

Lynne A. Kvapil is an Associate Professor of Classics at Butler University.

Positions

Present Associate Professor- Classical Studies, Butler University Department of Philosophy, Religion, and Classics
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Grants

2019 - Present Clay Documents from Petsas House, Mycenae
Mediterranean Archaeological Trust
2019 - Present Negotiated Landscapes and Fields of Cooperation: Agricultural Terracing in Late Bronze Age Greece
National Endowment for the Humanities & The American School of Classical Studies at Athens
$21,000
2019 - Present Negotiated Landscapes and Fields of Cooperation: Agricultural Terracing in Late Bronze Age Greece
Butler University Awards Committee
$3,000
2019 - Present Tombs of Aidonia Preservation Heritage and explrOration Synergasia (TAPHOS)
Archaeological Institute of America
Richard C. MacDonald Iliad Endowment for Archaeological Research
Role: Assistant Director
Colleague(s): Dr. Kim Shelton, Dr. Gypsy Price, Dr. Konstantinos Kissas
$10,000
2018 - 2018 Revealing the Potters of Petsas House, Mycenae
Mediterranean Archaeological Trust
2016 - 2017 Revealing the Potters of Petsas House, Mycenae
Butler University Holcomb Awards Committee
$5,200
2015 - 2017 Ancient Mediterranean Culture and Archaeology (AMCA) Mobile Lab
Butler University Innovation Fund
$11,000
2014 - 2015 Pots of Clay in the Age of Bronze: The Production of Undecorated Fine Ware Vessels from Petsas House, Mycenae
Butler University Holcomb Awards Committee
$4,200
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2018 - Present Skype a Scientist, Archaeology
2016 - Present Society Contact, Archaeological Institute of America, Central Indiana Chapter
2015 - Present Managing Committee, American School of Classical Studies at Athens
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Honors and Awards

  • Woman of Distinction Faculty Award, conferred by the director of Diversity Programs and the Efroymson Diversity Center, Butler University, 2018
  • Harriet and Leon Pomerance Award, Archaeological Institute of America, 2010
  • Senior Consultant, NSF project, “Enabling the Use of Virtual Worlds for Research and Teaching in Archaeology: Hadrian’s Villa Project”, Bernard Frischer, Principle Investigator, 2010-2012.

Courses

  • Women in Antiquity
  • Elementary Greek I & II
  • Greek Art & Myth
  • Ancient Greek Perspectives

Book Chapters (6)

Articles (4)

Book Reviews (2)

Conference Papers (9)