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Conlin, Diane Atnally Associate Professor

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Research

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  • Dr. Conlin focuses on the art and architecture of Rome during the imperial period. She co-directs the CU excavations and student field school at the Villa of Maxentius, Rome, Italy. She is also an expert on Roman marble carving techniques.

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  • Roman art and archaeology, classical sculpture, Roman architecture

Publications

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Teaching

courses taught

  • ARTH 2049 - Introduction to Roman Art and Architecture
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2019
    Introduces the monuments and sites of the ancient Roman world from the foundation of Rome (753 B.C.E.) to Constantine (306-307 C.E.). Emphasizes the relationship of art, architecture, and artifacts to the political, social, and religious institutions of Italy and the provinces. Same as CLAS 2049.
  • ARTH 4109 - Ancient Italian Painting
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Explores the problems, theories and methods for understanding the iconography, styles, topologies, contexts and techniques of fresco wall painting in ancient Italy from the 6th century B.C.E. to the 4th century C.E. Topics covered include Etruscan tomb paintings, late Republican and early imperial fresco paintings from Rome and Campania and later Roman wall paintings, including the painted images in ancient catacombs. Previous coursework on ancient Italy or the history of pre-modern art is highly recommended. Recommended prerequisite: CLAS 1509 or ARTH 1509 or CLAS 2049 or ARTH 2049. Same as ARTH 5109 and CLAS 4109 and CLAS 5109.
  • ARTH 4169 - Topics in Ancient and Classical Art and Archaeology
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018
    In-depth consideration of an aspect of ancient Mediterranean culture. Topics vary and may include ancient wall painting, Greek sculpture, artists and patrons, the ancient Near East, Egyptian art and archaeology, or Etruscan art and archaeology. May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours providing the topics are different. Same as ARTH 5169 and CLAS 4169 and CLAS 5169.
  • ARTH 5109 - Ancient Italian Painting
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Explores the problems, theories and methods for understanding the iconography, styles, topologies, contexts and techniques of fresco wall painting in ancient Italy from the 6th century B.C.E. to the 4th century C.E. Topics covered include Etruscan tomb paintings, late Republican and early imperial fresco paintings from Rome and Campania and later Roman wall paintings, including the painted images in ancient catacombs. Previous coursework on ancient Italy or the history of pre-modern art is highly recommended. Same as CLAS 5109 and ARTH 4109 and ARTH 5109.
  • ARTH 5169 - Topics in Ancient and Classical Art and Archaeology
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018
    In-depth consideration of an aspect of ancient Mediterranean culture. Topics vary and may include ancient wall painting, Greek sculpture, artists and patrons, the ancient Near East, Egyptian art and archaeology, or Etruscan art and archaeology. May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours providing the topics are different. Same as ARTH 4169 and CLAS 4169 and CLAS 5169.
  • ARTH 5189 - City of Rome
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018
    Explores in detail the architecture, sculptures, coins, frescos and other material evidence alongside the political and social history of Augustan Rome. Emphasis is on ways in which the textual and archaeological evidence complement and/or contradict one another. Explores the impact of the early imperial period on later Roman phases of urban design and image making in the capital city. Same as CLAS 5189.
  • CLAS 2049 - Introduction to Roman Art and Architecture
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2019
    Introduces the monuments and sites of the ancient Roman world from the foundation of Rome (753 B.C.E.) to Constantine (306-307 C.E.). Emphasizes the relationship of art, architecture, and artifacts to the political, social, and religious institutions of Italy and the provinces. Same as ARTH 2049. Formerly CLAS 3049.
  • CLAS 4109 - Ancient Italian Painting
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Explores the problems, theories and methods for understanding the iconography, styles, topologies, contexts and techniques of fresco wall painting in ancient Italy from the 6th century B.C.E. to the 4th century C.E. Topics covered include Etruscan tomb paintings, late Republican and early imperial fresco paintings from Rome and Campania and later Roman wall paintings, including the painted images in ancient catacombs. Previous course work on ancient Italy or the history of pre-modern art is highly recommended. Recommended prerequisite: CLAS 1509 or ARTH 1509 or CLAS 2049 or ARTH 2049. Same as CLAS 5109 and ARTH 4109 and ARTH 5109.
  • CLAS 4169 - Topics in Ancient and Classical Art and Archaeology
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018
    In-depth consideration of an aspect of ancient Mediterranean culture. Topics vary and may include ancient wall painting, Greek sculpture, artists and patrons, the ancient Near East, Egyptian art and archaeology, or Etruscan art and archaeology. May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours providing the topics are different. Same as CLAS 5169 and ARTH 4169 and ARTH 5169.
  • CLAS 5109 - Ancient Italian Painting
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Explores the problems, theories and methods for understanding the iconography, styles, topologies, contexts and techniques of fresco wall painting in ancient Italy from the 6th century B.C.E. to the 4th century C.E. Topics covered include Etruscan tomb paintings, late Republican and early imperial fresco paintings from Rome and Campania and later Roman wall paintings, including the painted images in ancient catacombs. Previous coursework on ancient Italy or the history of pre-modern art is highly recommended. Same as CLAS 4109 and ARTH 4109 and ARTH 5109.
  • CLAS 5169 - Topics in Ancient and Classical Art and Archaeology
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018
    In-depth consideration of an aspect of ancient Mediterranean culture. Topics vary and may include ancient wall painting, Greek sculpture, artists and patrons, the ancient Near East, Egyptian art and archaeology, or Etruscan art and archaeology. May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours providing the topics are different. Same as CLAS 4169 and ARTH 4169 and ARTH 5169.
  • CLAS 5189 - City of Rome
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018
    Explores in detail the architecture, sculptures, coins, frescoes and other material evidence alongside the political and social history of Augustan Rome. Emphasis is on ways in which the textual and archaeological evidence complement and/or contradict one another. Explores the impact of the early imperial period on later Roman phases of urban design and image making in the capital city. Same as ARTH 5189.

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