Digital Project Specialist
- PhD candidate, Department of Art History, Emory University, Expected 2017
- MPhil, World Archaeology, Cambridge University, 2006
- BA, Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations, Rice University, 2005
Joanna assists researchers with projects using mySQL databases, contributing to the design of databases to interact with geospatial data and network data. She works with network analysis software and produces network visualizations.
She also works with online exhibitions and assists with project websites.
Joanna is a PhD candidate in Roman art and archaeology. As a graduate student at Emory University, she has focused her study on ancient Roman and Greek art and architecture.
Her dissertation explores the relationship between the built domestic environment and social behaviors in the lives of the inhabitants of urban houses, domūs (pl.) and insulae (pl.), in the city of ancient Rome in the first to fifth century CE.
Other research interests include:
- Ancient Roman housing
- Digital humanities
- GIS mapping
- Roman and Etruscan archaeology
- Roman art and architecture
- Social network analysis