M.A. Ginny Wheeler

Doktorandin

Abteilung für Alte Geschichte und Rezeptionsgeschichte der Antike

Telefon
+41 31 631 80 72
E-Mail
ginny.wheeler@hist.unibe.ch
Büro
D 112, Unitobler, Muesmattstrasse 45
Postadresse
Universität Bern
Historisches Institut
Länggassstrasse 49
3012 Bern
Since November 2018 PhD student attached to the SNSF research project "Plundering, Reusing and Transforming the Past: Grave Robbing and the Reuse of Funerary Material in Late Antiquity" hosted at the Historical Institute of the University of Bern
2016 – 2018 Master of Philosophy in Classical Archaeology, University of Oxford, distinction. Title of master’s thesis: Empire, commerce, and the Church: Weighing the primary factors in the urban transformations of Aquileia and Ravenna in the fourth and fifth centuries
2018 Trench supervisor at the excavation of the Roman city of Aeclanum, Italy
2017 Graduate participant in excavations at Halaesa (Oxford-Messina collaboration in Sicily) and at Aeclanum (Campania)
2014 – 2015 Internship at the Museum of the Imperial Fora/Mercati di Traiano, Rome
2013 Internship in the archaeological archive at the American Academy in Rome
2012 Participant in the excavation of the Villa of Maxentius in Rome
2009 – 2013 Bachelor of Arts in European Studies, Amherst College, summa cum laude
  • Late Antiquity
  • Roman Urbanism
  • Late Roman Italy
  • Roman Architecture

Plundering, Reusing and Transforming the Past: Grave Robbing and the Reuse of Funerary Material in Late Antiquity

Fountains and Nymphaea of the Late Roman West (working title)
Doctoral dissertation