Peter Nulton is a classical archaeologist and historian of ancient art. He received his B.A. in Classical Languages and Fine Arts from Fordham University, and a Ph.D., in Old World Archaeology and Art from Brown University. He published The Sanctuary of Apollo Hypoakraios and Imperial Athens in 2003. He has studied and conducted research at the American Academy in Rome, and the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, and held many fellowships, including National Endowment for the Humanities and the Fulbright.
Academic Research/Areas of Interest
Dr. Nulton works mainly in the area of classical archaeology and art. Much of his research has focused on the intersection between ancient Greek and Roman art, religion, and culture. Recent publications include a monograph on an Athenian sanctuary of Apollo dating to the early empire, and an article that proposes that certain famous “Classical” reliefs were actually designed and executed in the classical style during the imperial period. Most currently, Dr. Nulton is engaged in research regarding portraits of Alexander the Great. His favorite topics include sculpture, architecture, religion, and epigraphy.
His excavation experience includes Greek, Roman, and Etruscan sites in Corfu, Corinth, and Tuscany. He has also conducted research in caves on the acropolis of Athens.
- BA, Fordham University
- PHD, Brown University
ART & LIT: TROJAN WAR
EGYPT & THE AEGEAN IN THE BRONZE AGE
HISTORY OF ART & VISUAL CULTURE 2 (TOPICS)