Kevin Daly

Associate Professor of Classics & Ancient Mediterranean Studies
Classics & Ancient Mediterranean Studies Department Chair

Education

  • Ph.D., Harvard University
  • B.A., UCLA

Teaching and Scholarly Interests

  • Greek Archaeology
  • Greek and Latin
  • Greek History
  • Greek Literature
  • Greek Epigraphy

Representative Publications

  • Daly, K.F. and L. Riccardi, eds. 2015. Cities Called Athens. Studies Honoring John McK. Camp II, Lanham.
  • Daly, K.F. 2015. “On When and Where to Find Athenian Forts,” in Cities Called Athens. Studies Honoring John McK. Camp II, K.F. Daly, and L. Riccardi, eds, Lanham, pp. 23–60.
  • Bitely, E., Daly, K.F., Jacob, R. and S. Larson. 2015. "Geophysical Explorations on and near the Ismenion Hill, Thebes, Greece, 2011,” ΑΕΘΣΕ 4 (2012), pp. 783–792.
  • Daly, K.F. 2009. "A New Athenian Ephebic List," Hesperia 78, pp. 405-419.
  • Daly, K.F. 2008. "A Funerary Horos for Philiste," Hesperia 77, pp. 359–362.

Professional Awards, Projects, Experiences, Affiliations, and Achievements

  • Past Andrew W. Mellon Professor at the American School of Classical Studies
  • Co-Director, Excavations on the Ismenion Hill (a synergasia in Thebes, Boiotia, Greece)

Location

235 Vaughan Literature Bldg.