Jason Harris is a fifth year PhD student with interests mobility in the Greek world, Greek epigraphy, papyrology, and Greek geography. His dissertation, written under the supervision of Dr. Claudia Moatti, concerns networks of human mobility and their cultural and political effects in Late Classical and Hellenistic Sicily. He received his BA (Honors) in Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies from Penn State University in 2003 and also received a Masters degree in Classical Languages and Literature from Oxford University (University College) in 2004. He then took up a Visiting Lectureship at Penn State (2004-2005) before coming to USC. He is currently the Eugene Vanderpool Fellow at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, having previously held the Lockhart Fellowship at the School in 2008-2009.
B.A. Classics, The Pennsylvania State University, 5/2003
M.St Classics, University of Oxford, 6/2004
Academic Appointment, Affiliation, and Employment History
Visiting Lecturer in Classics, Penn State University, 2004-2005
Conferences and Other Presentations
"Human Mobility in Late Classical and Hellenistic Sicily", Public Lecture, American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Athens, Greece, 04/07/2010