is at present finishing his doctoral dissertation. While his scholarly interests
revolve around issues of public and private in ancient urbanism he is also interested
in ancient technology and the substructures that make cities work (drainage
systems, water systems, amatures). He is also keenly
interested in modern technology, both for use in archaeology and teaching. Kevin
is webmaster and contributing editor of Pompeiana.org and is the U.S. liason for the online journal Digressus. He has excavated at Pompeii and
Morgantina, Sicily; he is a member of the East Isthmia Archaeological
Project (University of Cincinnati and The Ohio State University) and the Galatas
Survey Project, Crete (SUNY Buffalo). Kevin has delivered papers at graduate
symposia, the AIA annual meetings, and the Institute of Archaeology, Oxford.
He has recently co-authored an article on Isthmia
and is currently co-editing a volume on Pompeii for Oxbow Books. Kevin has taught
courses on Image and Text in the Ancient World, Roman Art and Archaeology and
Ancient Art History at SUNY Buffalo, University of Virginia and Longwood University
(where he is currently adjunct professor of Art History).