28 October 2019

Professor Maureen Carroll is the prestigious AIA Lecturer 2019

In late October and early November, Professor Maureen Carroll will be delivering lectures to Canadian branches of the Archaeological Institute of America.

Professor Maureen Carroll

Professor Carroll has been appointed as the Charles Eliot Norton Memorial Lecturer for 2019-2020 by the Archaeological Institute of America. The Norton Lectureship is one of the highest honours that the Institute can bestow and it is given annually to distinguished archaeologists and eminent scholars working in any field of the discipline.

Maureen is now lecturing on various topics pertaining to her research at seven AIA societies and Universities in Canada, she kicked off the tour at Brock University, where she once studied. "I began my lecture tour yesterday at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario (my undergraduate university), and I look forward to sharing my research with colleagues, students, and friends at six other universities throughout the country."


I began my lecture tour yesterday at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario (my undergraduate university), and I look forward to sharing my research with colleagues, students, and friends at six other universities throughout the country.

Maureen Carroll, Professor of Roman Archaeology

The University of Sheffield | Department of Archaeology


Her talks will cover topics including 'Infancy and Earliest Childhood in the Roman World', 'Fertility Cults, Votive Offerings, and Women’s Roles in Early Roman Religion' and 'Reconstructing the Ancient Economy at the Roman Imperial Estate at Vagnari'.

She will give talks for AIA branches in Niagara, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Edmonton, Winnipeg and Vancouver.

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