Julie Hruby

Assistant Professor of Classical Studies

Julie Hruby received her B.A. with a triple major in Art History, Classical Studies (with Honors), and Classical Languages, magna cum laude from Duke University. She received her M.A. and Ph.D in Aegean Prehistory from the University of Cincinnati. 

310 Reed Hall
HB 6086
Department(s): 
Classics

Selected Publications

From Cooking Vessels to Cultural Practices in the Late Bronze Age Aegean, edited by Julie Hruby and Debra Trusty. Oxford: Oxbow Press, 2017.

"Identifying Haute Cuisine." In From Cooking Vessels to Cultural Practices in the Late Bronze Age Aegean, edited by Julie Hruby and Debra Trusty, coauthored with Debra Trusty, 15-26. Oxford: Oxbow Press, 2017.

"Approaches to Bronze Age Greek Cooking Vessels." In From Cooking Vessels to Cultural Practices in the Late Bronze Age Aegean, edited by Julie Hruby and Debra Trusty, coauthored with Debra Trusty, 1-5. Oxford: Oxbow Press, 2017.

 “Moving from Ancient Typology to an Understanding of the Causes of Variability: A Mycenaean Case Study.” In Understanding Standardization and Variation in Mediterranean Ceramics: Mid 2nd to Late 1st Millennium BC, edited by Antonis Kotsonas, 49-58. Leuven: Peeters, 2014.

“The Palace of Nestor, Craft Production, and Mechanisms for the Transfer of Goods,” American Journal of Archaeology 117 (2013): 423-427.

“Identity and the Visual Identification of Seals.” In KOSMOS: Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age, Proceedings of the 13th International Aegean Conference/13e Recontre égéenne internationale, University of Copenhagen, 23 April 2010, edited by M.-L. Nosch and Robert Laffineur, 389-395 with plate LXXXI. Liège and Austin: Université de Liège, Histoire de l’art et archéologie de la Grèce antique and University of Texas at Austin, Program in Aegean Scripts and Prehistory, Aegaeum 33, 2012.

Book review: American Journal of Archaeology 122, April 2018: “The Minnesota Pylos Project, 1990-98, edited by Frederick A. Cooper and Diane Fortenberry (BAR-IS 2856). Pp. 426. BAR Publishing, Oxford 2017.” https://www.ajaonline.org/book-review/3641.