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Curriculum Vitae


David L Stone


September 16, 2010


General Information


University address: Classics
College of Arts & Sciences
Dodd Hall 0324
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1510
Phone: 850-644-4259; Fax: 850-644-4073

E-mail address: dstone@fsu.edu


Web site: http://classics.fsu.edu/faculty/stone_david.html


Professional Preparation


1997 Doctor of Philosophy, University Of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Major: Classical Archaeology. Supervisor: Susan Alcock.


1994 Master of Arts, University Of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Major: Classical Archaeology.


1990 Bachelor of Arts, Brown University, Providence, RI. Major: Latin. Honors.


Professional Experience


2003–present Asst Professor, Classics, Florida State University.


Honors, Awards, and Prizes


J. W. Fulbright Fellowship, US Department of State (1995). ($19,000).


Current Membership in Professional Organizations


Archaeological Institute of America


Teaching


Courses Taught


Archaeology of the Late Roman Empire (ARH5161)

Art and Archaeology of Ancient Italy (ARH3150)

Dissertation (CLA6980)

Archaeology of the Late Roman Empire (ARH4154)

Classical Archaeology: Fieldwork (CLA5789)

Master's Thesis (CLA5919)

Great Discoveries in World Archaeology (ARH2090)

Doctoral Seminar in Classical Archaeology (ARH6937)

Seminar in Classical Archaeology (CLA5799)

Tutorial in Classical Archaeology (ARH5934)

Special Topics in Classics (CLA5931)

Pompeii (CLA4151)

Pompeii (CLA5155)

Comprehensive Examinations (CLA5905)

Studies in Classical Art and Archaeology (ARH5174)

Special Topics in Art History (ARH4933)

Honors Thesis (CLA4909)

Studies in Classical Archaeology and Art (ARH4173)

Supervised Research (CLA5910)

Art and Archaeology of the Early Roman Empire (ARH4151)

Art and Archaeology of the Early Roman Empire (ARH5160)

Classical Mythology (CLT3370)


New Course Development


Pompeii (2006)

Archaeology of the Late Roman Empire (2005)


Doctoral Committee Chair


Lewis, C. M., doctoral candidate. (2012). Tota Italia? Economic networks and their social implications in late Republican Italian veteran settlement.


Grable, K. R., doctoral student. (2014).


Conley, H. E., doctoral student. (2013).


Collins-Elliott, S. A., doctoral student. (2012). The Roman Consumer Revolution.


Doctoral Committee Member


Christensen, A. M., graduate. (2006).

Habib, R. R., doctoral candidate. (2013).

Trusty, D. A., doctoral candidate. (2013).

Borek, J. L., doctoral candidate. (2010).

McCleery, R. M., doctoral student. (2013).


Doctoral Committee University Representative


Steinhilper, D. M., doctoral candidate. (2012).

Jones, T., doctoral candidate. (2010).

Bledsoe, S. A., doctoral student. (2014).


Master's Committee Chair


Ryan, C. F., graduate. (2010). A Tragic Tale: Greek Drama in a Roman Land.


Ferstel, S. D., graduate. (2009). Thermae Pompeianorum.


Ulmer, C. L., graduate. (2009). Considering a Typology of Ostian Bars: Their Use, Function and Place in the City.


Wohlgemuth, K. A., graduate. (2008). A Survey and History of the Conservation of Opus Vermiculatum Mosaics of Pompeii.


Altherr, J. A., graduate. (2007). The Arch of Titus: Ashes in the Attic.


Bones, A., graduate. (2007). Renovating Perceptions of the Roman House: Apuleius' Metamorphoses.


Conn, R., graduate. (2007). Prevalence and Profitability: The Counterfeit Coins of Archaic and Classical Greece.


Ast, S. J., graduate. (2006). Roman Urban Renting.


Gagliano, D. A., graduate. (2005). Constantine and Rome.


Cheung, C. M., student. (2011). Marble Size Matters: Reconsidering the Marble Supply from Imperial Portraiture.


Master's Committee Member


Tassone, M. D., graduate. (2010).

Scheel, A. J., graduate. (2009).

Hargis, M. B., graduate. (2007).

Wright, B. E., graduate. (2007).

Langa, L. A., graduate. (2006).

Layton, S. A., graduate. (2006).

Horlings, R. L., graduate. (2005).

Knop, L. E., graduate. (2005).

Marten, M. G., graduate. (2005).

Harrell, K. M., graduate. (2004).

Devereaux, B. C., student. (2010).

Naylor, K. C., student. (2010).

Thompson, M. D., student. (2010).


Bachelor's Committee Chair


Chapnick, A. M., graduate. (2009). The Dimensions of Bathing: A Spatial Analysis of Baths in Pompeii.


Research and Original Creative Work


Publications


Refereed Journal Articles


Stone, D. L., & Mattingly, D. J. (in press). Moderate Economic Growth in a Port City: Investment and Workshops at Leptiminus. FACTA: A Journal of Roman Material Culture Studies.


Alcock, S. E., Berlin, A. M., Harrison, A., Heath, S. F. S., Spencer, N., & Stone, D. L. (2005). Pylos Regional Archaeological Project. Part VII: Historical Messenia, Geometric to Late Roman. Hesperia, 74, 147-209.


Stone, D. L., Stirling, L. M., & Ben Lazreg, N. (2000). Roman Kilns and Rural Settlement: Interim Report of the 1999 Season of the Leptiminus Archaeological Project. Echos du Monde Classique / Classical Views, 44, 170-224.


Stone, D. L. (1998). Culture and Investment in the Rural Landscape: the North African Bonus Agricola. Antiquités africaines, 34, 103-113.


Stone, D. L., Stirling, L. M., & Ben Lazreg, N. (1998). Suburban Land-use and Ceramic Production around Leptiminus (Tunisia): Interim Report. Journal of Roman Archaeology, 11, 304-317.


Edited Books


Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (Eds.). (in press). Leptiminus (Lamta): a Roman Port City in Tunisia. Report no. 3: The Field Survey. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series.


Stone, D. L., & Stirling, L. M. (Eds.). (2007). Mortuary Landscapes of North Africa. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.


Invited Book Chapters


Stone, D. L. (2009). Supplying Rome and the Empire: Stamped Amphoras from Byzacena. In Humphrey, J. H. (Ed.), Pottery of the Roman Provinces of Africa Proconsularis and Byzacena (Tunisia) (pp. 127-149). Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Stone, D. L. (2007). Burial, Identity, and Local Culture in North Africa. In Van Dommelen, P., & Terrenato, N. (Eds.), Articulating Local Cultures: Power and Identity Under the Expanding Roman Republic (pp. 126-144). Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Stone, D. L. (2006). Leptiminus Archaeological Project, Tunisia. In Talalay, L. E., & Alcock, S. E. (Eds.), In the Field: The Archaeological Expeditions of the Kelsey Museum (pp. 64-69). Oxford: Oxbow Books.


Stone, D. L. (2004). Problems and Possibilities in Comparative Survey: A North African Perspective. In Alcock, S. E., & Cherry, J. F. (Eds.), Side-by-Side Survey: Comparative Regional Studies in the Mediterranean World (pp. 132-143). Oxford: Oxbow Books.


Mattingly, D. J., Stone, D. L., Stirling, L. M., & Ben Lazreg, N. (2001). Leptiminus (Tunisia): A Producer City? In Mattingly, D. J., & Salmon, J. (Eds.), Economies Beyond Agriculture in the Classical World (pp. 66-89). London: Routledge.


Refereed Book Chapters


Dore, J., Schinke Piggott, R., Stone, D. L., & Mattingly, D. J. (in press). Amphoras from the Urban Survey, S1 and S10. In Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (Eds.), Leptiminus (Lamta): a Roman Port City in Tunisia. Report no. 3: The Field Survey. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Mattingly, D. J., & Stone, D. L. (in press). Leptiminus: Profile of a City. In Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (Eds.), Leptiminus (Lamta): a Roman Port City in Tunisia. Report no. 3: The Field Survey. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Mattingly, D. J., Stone, D. L., Stirling, L. M., Moore, J. P., Wilson, A. I., Dore, J. N., & Ben Lazreg, N. (in press). Economy. In Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (Eds.), Leptiminus (Lamta): a Roman Port City in Tunisia. Report no. 3: The Field Survey. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Stone, D. L. (in press). Querns, millstones, and grain-processing. In Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (Eds.), Leptiminus (Lamta): a Roman Port City in Tunisia. Report no. 3: The Field Survey. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Stone, D. L. (in press). Gazetteer of Sites in the Rural Survey. In Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (Eds.), Leptiminus (Lamta): a Roman Port City in Tunisia. Report no. 3: The Field Survey. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (in press). Introduction: Background and Context for the Investigations at Leptiminus. In Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (Eds.), Leptiminus (Lamta): a Roman Port City in Tunisia. Report no. 3: The Field Survey. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Dore, J. N. (in press). Methodology and Fieldwalking Data. In Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (Eds.), Leptiminus (Lamta): a Roman Port City in Tunisia. Report no. 3: The Field Survey. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Opait, A. (in press). Stamped Amphoras. In Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (Eds.), Leptiminus (Lamta): a Roman Port City in Tunisia. Report no. 3: The Field Survey. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., Wilson, A. I., Stirling, L. M., & Ben Lazreg, N. (in press). Urban Morphology, Infrastructure, and Amenities. In Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (Eds.), Leptiminus (Lamta): a Roman Port City in Tunisia. Report no. 3: The Field Survey. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Wilson, A. I., Mattingly, D. J., Stone, D. L., Stirling, L. M., Dodge, H., & Ben Lazreg, N. (in press). Gazetteer of Sites in the Urban Survey. In Stone, D. L., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (Eds.), Leptiminus (Lamta): a Roman Port City in Tunisia. Report no. 3: The Field Survey. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Stone, D. L. (2007). Monuments on the Margins: Interpreting the Protohistoric Rock-cut Tombs (Haouanet) of North Africa. In Stone, D. L., & Stirling, L. M. (Eds.), Mortuary Landscapes of North Africa (pp. 43-74). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.


Stone, D. L. (2007). Funerary Monuments and Mortuary Practices in the Landscapes of North Africa. In Stone, D. L., & Stirling, L. M. (Eds.), Mortuary Landscapes of North Africa (pp. 3-31). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.


Stone, D. L. (2001). Appendix: Site 251 in its Context. In Stirling, L. M., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (Eds.), Leptiminus (Lamta). Report no. 2: The East Baths, Cemeteries, Kilns, Venus Mosaic, Site Museum and Other Studies (pp. 250-252). Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Stone, D. L., Stirling, L. M., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (2001). Introduction to Dhahret Slama and the Southeast Suburban Zone. In Stirling, L. M., Mattingly, D. J., & Ben Lazreg, N. (Eds.), Leptiminus (Lamta). Report no. 2: The East Baths, Cemeteries, Kilns, Venus Mosaic, Site Museum and Other Studies (pp. 215-219). Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.


Stone, D. L., & Kampke, A. (1998). Dialiskari: a Late Roman Villa on the Messenian Coast. In Davis, J. L. (Ed.), Sandy Pylos: An Archaeological History from Nestor to Navarino (pp. 192-198). Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.


Refereed Proceedings


Stone, D. L. (2008). Coloni and the Imperial Cult in the Countryside of Sitifis. In L' Africa Romana: XVII Convegno Internazionale di Studi, Seville, Spain (pp. 2157-2170). Rome: Carocci Press.


Refereed Reviews


Stone, D. L. (in press). Review of L. Revell, Roman Imperialism and Local Identities. The Ancient History Bulletin.


Stone, D. L. (2010). Review of D. Mattingly (ed.), The Archaeology of Fazzan. Volume 2. Site Gazetteer, Pottery and Other Survey Finds. Bryn Mawr Classical Review. Retrieved from http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2010/2010-02-79.html


Stone, D. L. (2008). Review of A. M. McCann and J. P. Oleson, Deep-water Shipwrecks off Skerki Bank: The 1997 Survey. American Journal of Archaeology, 112.


Stone, D. L. (2006). Review of H. Slim, P. Trousset, R. Paskoff, and A. Oueslati. (eds.), Le littoral de la Tunisie: Étude géoarchéologique et historique. Bryn Mawr Classical Review. Retrieved from http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2006/2006-04-07.html


Stone, D. L. (2003). Review of S. Aounallah, Le Cap Bon, jardin de Carthage: recherches d'épigraphie et d'histoire romano-africaines (146 AC - 235 PC). Journal of Roman Archaeology, 16, 589-590.


Stone, D. L. (2003). Review of P. Ørsted, J. Carlsen, L. Ladjimi Sebai, and H. Ben Hassen (eds.), Africa Proconsularis: Regional Studies in the Segermes Valley of Northern Tunisia. Vol. 3. Journal of Roman Archaeology, 16, 585-588.


Stone, D. L. (2000). Review of P. Trousset (ed.), Productions et exportations africaines: Actualités archéologiques. Monuments funéraires: Institutions autochthones. Colloque sur l'histoire et l'archéologie. Journal of Roman Archaeology, 13, 721-724.


Stone, D. L. (2000). Review of G. Barker, D. Gilbertson, B. Jones, and D. Mattingly (eds.), Farming the Desert: The UNESCO Libyan Valleys Archaeological Survey. Vols. 1 and 2. Libyan Studies, 31, 145-147.


Stone, D. L. (1999). Review of A. Mastino and P. Ruggeri (eds.), L'Africa Romana 10. Classical Review, 49, 310-311.


Stone, D. L. (1999). Review of S. Dietz, L. Ladjimi Sebai, and H. Ben Hassen (eds.), Africa Proconsularis: Regional Studies in the Segermes Valley of Northern Tunisia. Vols. 1 and 2. Classical Review, 49, 222-224.


Nonrefereed Book Chapters


Stone, D. L. (in press). Bagrada Flumen. In R. Bagnall, K. Brodersen, C. Champion, A. Erskine, & S. Huebner (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Malden, MA: Blackwell.


Stone, D. L. (2010). Archaeology: Sites in North Africa. In M. Gagarin (Ed.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome (pp. 183-186). Oxford, Oxford University Press.


Stone, D. L. (2007). Northwestern Africa, Classical Period (1000 BCE to 600 CE). In J. Middleton, & J. Miller (Eds.), New Encyclopedia of Africa (pp. Vol. 4: 73-76). Detroit: Thomson Gale.


Stone, D. L. (2007). Boudicca. In World Book Encyclopedia 2007 (pp. Vol. 2, 515). Chicago: World Book, Inc.


Stone, D. L. (2006). Barcids. In G. Shipley, J. Vanderspoel, D. Mattingly, & L. Foxhall (Eds.), Cambridge Dictionary of Classical Civilization (pp. 123). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


Presentations


Invited Papers at Conferences


Stone, D. L. (accepted). Comparing Urban Economies in Mesopotamia, Mesoamerica and the Mediterranean. Paper to be presented at Global Cities Conference, Department of History, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. (International)


Stone, D. L. (accepted). Fish, Wine, and Olive Oil: Patterns in the Distribution of Stamped Amphoras from Three African Provinces. Paper to be presented at Texts, Non-texts and Contexts: On the Varieties of Writing Experiences in the Ancient Mediterranean World, Department of Classics, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (International)


Stone, D. L. (presented 2010, May). A Comparative Approach to the Economy of Early Cities. Paper presented at Cities in History, Department of History, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, FINLAND. (International)


Stone, D. L. (presented 2009, March). The Economy of Leptiminus. Paper presented at Leptiminus 4: The East Cemetery Conference, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, CANADA. (International)


Stone, D. L. (presented 2004, October). Landscapes of Production and Consumption at Leptiminus. Paper presented at North Africa: Recent Work and New Perspectives Conference, Oxford University, Oxford, UK. (International)


Stone, D. L. (presented 2002, April). Problems and Possibilities in Comparative Survey: A North African Perspective. Paper presented at Side-by-Side Survey Conference, Department of Classics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. (International)


Refereed Papers at Conferences


Stone, D. L., & Mattingly, D. J. (presented 2009, June). Investment and Growth at Leptiminus: Combining Maritime and Agricultural Portfolios? Paper presented at Investing in Roman Antiquity: Modelling Moderate Growth, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, BELGIUM. (International)


Stone, D. L. (presented 2009, April). A Structuration Approach to Roman Imperialism. Paper presented at International Roman Archaeology Conference, The Roman Society, University of Michigan. (International)


Stone, D. L. (presented 2009, January). Stamped Amphoras from Byzacena and the Roman Economy. Paper presented at Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting, Archaeological Institute of America, Philadelphia, PA. (National)


Stone, D. L. (presented 2006, December). Coloni and the Imperial Cult. Paper presented at L' Africa Romana: XVII Convegno Internazionale di Studi, L' Africa Romana, Seville, SPAIN. (International)


Stone, D. L. (presented 2006, April). Tenant Farmers and the Imperial Cult in Roman Africa. Paper presented at Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Gainesville, FL. (National)


Stone, D. L., Stirling, L. M., Mattingly, D. J., & N. Ben Lazreg. (presented 2006, January). The Economic Structures of Urbanization. Paper presented at Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting, Archaeological Institute of America, Montreal, CA. (National)


Stone, D. L. (presented 2005, January). Consumption in the Roman World: The Case of Wine in North Africa. Paper presented at Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting, Archaeological Institute of America, Boston, MA. (International)


Stone, D. L. (presented 2005, January). Meeting of the Minds: The Job Interview. Paper presented at American Philological Association Annual Meeting, American Philological Association, Boston, MA. (International)


Stone, D. L. (presented 2004, March). Competing for Imperial Attention: Dedications by Tenant Farmers in Roman Africa. Paper presented at Classical Association of the Canadian West Annual Conference, Classical Association of the Canadian West, Winnipeg, CANADA. (International)


Stone, D. L. (presented 2001, January). Tombs and Territories in Protohistoric North Africa. Paper presented at Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting, Archaeological Institute of America, San Diego, CA. (International)


Stone, D. L. (presented 2000, May). Periodizing the Roman Empire. Paper presented at Association of Ancient Historians Annual Meeting, Association of Ancient Historians, Madison, WI. (International)


Stone, D. L. (presented 1999, March). Provincial Responses to Rome: Cultural Interaction and the 'Bonus Agricola' in North Africa. Paper presented at Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Cleveland, OH. (National)


Stone, D. L. (presented 1998, December). Transect vs. Grab: Comparing Random and Non-random Sampling Strategies Used by Field Surveys. Paper presented at Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting, Archaeological Institute of America, Washington, DC. (International)


Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work


Stone, D. L. (2010, October). Workshops and Growth in North African Towns. Delivered at Department of Classics, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH. (Local)


Stone, D. L. (2009, September). New Directions for Provincial Studies or 'Many a Room at the Hotel Romanization'. Delivered at Department of Classics, Florida State University. (Local)


Stone, D. L. (2008, March). Culture and Imperialism in the Granary of Rome. Delivered at Department of Classics, Brock University, St. Catherine's, CANADA. (Local)


Stone, D. L. (2006, October). 'Extreme Makeover': North Africa's Rural Landscape Under Roman Rule. Delivered at Department of Classics, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH. (Local)


Stone, D. L. (2005, February). Surveying Leptiminus: A Port Town in the Roman Empire. Delivered at Orlando Archaeological Institute of America Society, Rollins College, Orlando, FL. (Local)


Stone, D. L. (2003, January). The Rural Landscape of Roman Africa. Delivered at Department of Classics, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)


Stone, D. L. (2003, January). Gladiatorial Games in Ancient Rome. Delivered at Department of History, Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, IL. (Local)


Stone, D. L. (2002, March). Surveying the Roman Empire. Delivered at Portland Archaeological Institute of America Society, Portland State University, Portland, OR. (Local)


Stone, D. L. (2002, February). The Rural Landscape of Roman Africa. Delivered at Department of Archaeology, Boston University, Boston, MA. (Local)


Stone, D. L. (2001, February). The Landscape of Competition in Roman North Africa. Delivered at Department of Archaeology, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK. (International)


Stone, D. L. (2000, May). Wells, Walls, Wine, and Wadis: The Leptiminus Archaeological Project. Delivered at Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI. (Local)


Stone, D. L. (2000, February). A Producer City? Leptiminus in the Roman Empire. Delivered at Department of Classics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI. (Local)


Stone, D. L. (2000, January). Survey and Society at Leptiminus, an African Town Under Roman Rule. Delivered at Winnipeg Archaeological Institute of America Society, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, CA. (International)


Stone, D. L. (1998, November). The Empire Strikes Back: Social and Economic Development at Leptiminus, an African Town Under Roman Rule. Delivered at New Orleans Archaeological Institute of America, Loyola University, New Orleans, LA. (Local)


Stone, D. L. (1998, February). Myths and History in Roman North Africa. Delivered at Department of Classics, Macalester College, St. Paul, MN. (Local)


Stone, D. L. (1998, February). Cultural Change in the Rural Landscape of Roman North Africa. Delivered at Department of Classics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. (Local)


Contracts and Grants


Contracts and Grants Funded


Stone, D. L., & Mattingly, D. J. (2008–2008). The Leptiminus Archaeological Survey: GIS Analysis of a Roman Harbour Town. Funded by British Academy. Total award $6,400.


Stone, D. L. (2007–2008). Chianti Region Interdisciplinary Survey Project. Funded by Council on Research and Creativity, FSU. Total award $12,000.


Stone, D. L. (2005–2009). Provost's Travel Grant. Funded by Florida State University. Total award $1,900.


Stone, D. L. (2005–2005). Archaeology of the Late Roman Empire. Funded by Middle East Center, FSU. Total award $1,500.


Stone, D. L. (2005–2009). Roman Archaeology (Faculty Research Library Materials Grant). Funded by Strozier Library, FSU. Total award $13,150.


Stone, D. L. (2004–2004). Publishing Recent Archaeological Fieldwork at Leptiminus, a Roman Port City in Tunisia. Funded by Council on Research and Creativity, FSU. Total award $13,000.


Service


Florida State University


FSU Department Service


Representative, University Library (2010–present).


Chair, Thompson Library Committee (2009–present).


Advisor, Graduate Archaeology Students (2008–2009).


Member, Admissions Committee (2008–present).


Chair, Thompson Library Committee (2005–2006).


Representative, University Library (2005–2006).


Advisor, Student Archaeology Club (2005–2006).


Member, Curriculum Committee (2005–2007).


Co-Director, Undergraduate Studies (2004–2005).


Webmaster, Information Technology (2003–2006).


Chair 2004-2006, Archaeology Committee (2003–present).


Advisor, Eta Sigma Phi (Undergraduate Classics Club) (2003–2005).


FSU Institute or Center Service


Participating Faculty, Middle East Center (2004–present).


The Profession


Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals


Papers of the British School at Rome (2010–present).


ARRIS: Journal of the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (2009).


Routledge (2007–present).


Oxford University Press (2007–present).


Blackwell Publishers (2006).


Thames and Hudson (2005).


Mouseion (2004–2008).


American Journal of Archaeology (2001–present).


Assemblage (1999).


Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology (1998–2001).


Journal of Roman Archaeology (1997–present).


Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications


European Union Research Council (2010–2013).


National Science Foundation (2009–present).


FSU COFRS (2006–2007).


National Geographic Committee for Research and Exploration (2001–2008).


Service to Professional Associations


Member, Advisory Council to the Committee on the School of Classical Studies, American Academy in Rome (2003–present).


Member, Annual Meeting Program Committee, Archaeological Institute of America (2003–2007).


Service to Other Universities


Member of the Advisory Board, Collaboratory for Geographic Information Systems and Mediterranean Archaeology (Depauw University) (2001–present).

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