Crystal Rosenthal

Cirriculum Vitae

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D.        University of Texas at Austin: Art History and Archaeology, 2018 -

PBac         Georgetown University: Post-Baccalaureate in Latin and Ancient Greek

M.A.          University of Colorado, Boulder: Classical Antiquity

B.A.            The Colorado College: Classics 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Assistant Adjunct Professor (Latin 1 - 4, Advanced Latin Literature), University of Texas at Arlington, 2017 – present

Latin Instructor (7th and 8th grade, US Levels 1 - 4H, and Seminar), The Episcopal School of Dallas, 2013 – 2017

Classical and Modern Language Department Chair, The Episcopal School of Dallas, 2014 – 2016

Latin Instructor (US Levels 1, 2H, 3H, 4H, and AP), Speech, Expository Writing, Bishop Dunne, 2012 – 2013

Latin and World Cultures (Long Term Sub), Ursuline Academy, 2011 – 2012

MUSEUM EXPERIENCE

Imaging Coordinator, Imaging Department and Libraries, Dallas Museum of Art, 2008 – 2010

McDermott Graduate Curatorial Intern in the Ancient and Asian Art Collection, Dallas Museum of Art, 2007 – 2008

ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD EXPERIENCE

Assistant Supervisor, Albagino Sacred Lake Project, Comune of Firenzuola, Italy, 2018

Assistant Trench Supervisor, The Mugello Valley Archaeological Project and Poggio Colla Field School, Vicchio, Italy, 2008

Field Archaeologist, Archaeological Excavations at the Villa of Maxentius, Rome, Italy, University of Colorado, Boulder in cooperation with the Sovraintendenza Beni Culturali del Comune di Roma, 2007

AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Classical Summer School Fellowship, The American Academy in Rome, Rome, Italy, Summer 2014

GRANTS

The Manson A. Stewart Travel Award for CAMWS - SS, $700.00, October 2016

The Episcopal School of Dallas, Presentation Grant for CAMWS - SS, $1850.00, October 2016

The American Academy in Rome, Presentation Grant for CAMWS, $1000.00, March 2016

The Episcopal School of Dallas, Presentation Grant for CAMWS, $2350.00, March 2016

The American Academy in Rome, Goldman Sachs Scholarship, $8500.00, Summer 2014

The Episcopal School of Dallas, Academic Grant for International Study, $3000.00, Summer 2014

CONFERENCES AND PRESENTATIONS

“Outside Elite Perspective: the Subaltern in Ancient Art,” Organizer and Presider, CAMWS Annual Meeting, Kitchener, Ontario, April 2017

Leones et Tigridae et Phocae, eheu! The Lod Mosaic Reimagined through the Fears of Ariadne,” Presenter, CAMWS, Kitchener, ON, April 2017

“Moral Urbanism and Gendered Space in Juvenal’s Third Satire,” Presenter, CAMWS - SS, Atlanta, Ga., October 2016

“The Dirty Game of Politics: Roman Role-Playing in the Middle School Classroom,” Presenter, CAMWS Annual Meeting, Williamsburg, Va., March 2016

“Architectonics of Alterity: Banqueting Murals of the Early Empire and the Institution of Roman Slavery,” Presenter, Southeastern College Art Conference, Richmond, Va., October 2010

INVITED PRESENTATIONS, LECTURES, AND SPEAKING ENGAGEMENT

“The Body as Witness: Umbricius’ Urban Itinerary in Juvenal’s Third Satire,” journé ’étude, Texas Tech University, February 2018

Leones et Tigridae et Phocae, eheu! The Lod Mosaic Reimagined through the Fears of Ariadne.” Texas Tech University, April 2017

“Exploring the Artifacts and Technology of Central America at the Dallas Museum of Art,” GISetc Conference, March 2013

“Outside the Domus: Examining the Lives of Liminal Woman.” The Dallas Museum of Art, March 2009

Servi Autem aut Nascuntur aut Fiunt: Death, War, and Captivity on the Bergsten Sarcophagus.” The Dallas Museum of Art, November 2008

“In Stabiano: Exploring the Ancient Seaside Villas of the Roman Elite.” The Dallas Museum of Art, October 2007

PUBLICATIONS

Published
“Material Memory: Postmodern Nostalgia in the Art of Nancy Wisti Grayson.” Peripheral Vision Arts, Issue No. 5.

Under Review
“The Dirty Game of Politics: Roman Role-Playing in the Middle School Classroom.” This paper focuses on the role-playing framework, implementation, logistical difficulties, and empirical findings of the Reacting Game: Beware the Ides of March (originally designed for a course at Michigan State University) as it was used in two Middle School introductory Latin classes (with Jenny Dean).

LANGUAGES

Ancient Latin (advanced), Ancient Greek (advanced)

Modern Italian (advanced), German (reading), French (reading)