AIA Lecturer: Michael Cosmopoulos

Lectures by Michael Cosmopoulos

University of Missouri

Michael Cosmopoulos

Michael Cosmopoulos is the Endowed Professor of Greek Archaeology with the University of Missouri at St. Louis, and holds his Ph.D. from the University of Washington in St. Louis.  His fields of specialization are the Greek Bronze Age, Greek religion, and the emergence of the Greek states.  He has published very widely, and his awards include the 2003 AIA Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.

 

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