John Younger

Professor of Classics
Academic Director of the Center for International and Global Studies for Jewish Studies
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Dr. Younger's research focuses on Bronze Age Aegean and classical Greek art. He has written books on Minoan-Mycenaean sealstones, music in the Aegean Bronze Age, Rome under Augustus, and "Sex in the Ancient World, A-Z." He has also written numerous articles and reviews on various topics. Recent articles include "Women in Relief: 'Double Consciousness' in Classical Tombstones" and "Technical Observations on the Sculpture from the Temple of Zeus, Olympia." He is currently Vice President for Publications of the Archaeological Institute of America.


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