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Mattusch, Carol C.


MATTUSCH, Carol C. American (born Germany), b. 1947. Genres: Archaeology/Antiquities. Career: George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, assistant professor, 1977-82, associate professor, 1982-90, department head of art and art history, 1982-92, professor of art and art history, 1990-, Mathy Professor of Art History, 1998. American School of Classical Studies at Athens, member of excavations in Athenian Agora and Corinth, 1972-73, president of Alumni/ae Association, 2001-04; Smithsonian Institution, lecturer in resident Associates Program, 1979-85; Archaeological Institute of America, traveling lecturer, 1979-85, 1998-2001; University of Virginia, visiting professor, 1993; lecturer at colleges and universities. Publications: Bronze- workers in the Athenian Agora, 1982; Greek Bronze Statuary: From the Beginnings through the Fifth Century B.C., 1988; Classical Bronzes: The Art and Craft of Greek and Roman Statuary, 1996; The Fire of Hephaistos: Large Classical Bronzes from North American Collections, Art Museums, 1996; Myth, Man, and Metal: Bronze Sculpture of Antiquity (videotape), 1996; The Victorious Youth, 1997. Contributor of articles and reviews to professional journals. Address: Department of History and Art History, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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