Director

Dr Caroline Vout (CVC Co-Director, School of Arts and Humanities)

Carrie is Professor of Classics in Cambridge and Byvanck Chair of Classical Archaeology at Leiden University. The more art-historical side of her work includes writing Sex on Show: Seeing the Erotic in Greece and Rome (British Museum Press), and Classical Art a Life History (Princeton), curating exhibitions at the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Henry Moore Institute, and contributing to catalogues of exhibitions of ancient and contemporary art locally, in London and overseas. She is currently on the Advisory Board of the Sculpture Journal, and of OIKOS (the national research school in the Netherlands for Greco-Roman antiquity, the Near East and its reception). She is also Director of Cambridge’s Museum of Classical Archaeology. Her next book, Exposed: the Story of the Greek and Roman Body, will be published by Profile in October of this year.
Carrie is Professor of Classics in Cambridge and Byvanck Chair of Classical Archaeology at Leiden University. The more art-historical side of her work includes writing Sex on Show: Seeing the Erotic in Greece and Rome (British Museum Press), and Classical Art a Life History (Princeton), curating exhibitions at the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Henry Moore Institute, and contributing to catalogues of exhibitions of ancient and contemporary art locally, in London and overseas. She is currently on the Advisory Board of the Sculpture Journal, and of OIKOS (the national research school in the Netherlands for Greco-Roman antiquity, the Near East and its reception). She is also Director of Cambridge’s Museum of Classical Archaeology. Her next book, Exposed: the Story of the Greek and Roman Body, will be published by Profile in October of this year.

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