I have traced the borders of Attica and identified, alongside them, a number of relevant settlements (fortified and not), forts, towers, hamlets, roads and necropoleis. I am collecting archaeological data that I will use to create, using GIS (Geographic Information Systems) technology, the first interactive diachronic map of Attica’s borders. I am also mining ancient texts of all sorts (literary, epigraphical) for information on the genesis, growth and unification of Attica; and I am currently collecting and synthesizing all the information available in modern archaeological and geographical studies.
My research is largely interdisciplinary and, as such, necessitates interaction with specialists in the fields of geography, archaeology, literature, and history. It also requires individual examination of a multitude of often recondite sources. I spent the 2011-2012 academic year as a Fellow at the Harvard Center for Hellenic Studies.
I am currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology & the Ancient World, Brown University.