Jasper Gaunt, Adjunct Faculty


EDUCATION

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS, 1993-2001.
History of Art, M.A. (1995), PhD (2002).
Major field: Greek and Roman Art.
Unrelated minor: Islamic Art.
Dissertation title: The Attic Volute-krater. Supervisor: Dr Dietrich von Bothmer.

MERTON COLLEGE , OXFORD UNIVERSITY, 1982-1986.
Literae Humaniores, B.A., M.A.
Edwards Prize for Greek and Latin Literature, 1983.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2001-present
Curator of Greek and Roman Art, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University, Atlanta; Adjunct Professor, Art History Department.

1987-1990
Christie's, London, Books and Manuscripts Department. Catalogued books and all the medieval manuscripts.

1986, 1987
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Beazley Archive Research Assistant.

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: Great Britain 21: Harrow School ( Oxford University Press, 2005).

Greek Bronze Vessels from the Collection of Shelby White and Leon Levy, with J.Y. Chi ( Emory University Press, 2005).

Studies in Honor of Dietrich von Bothmer ( Amsterdam, 2002), joint editor with A.J.Clark, and essay contributed, "The Niobids on the Niobid krater in the Louvre: notes and conjectures", 121-126; this essay reviewed by J.Baringer, American Journal of Archaeology 109 [2005] 109.

The Published Writings of Evelyn B.Harrison , with E.Milleker and L.J.Roccos (American School of Classical Studies in Athens, 1995).

Dietrich von Bothmer: Bibliographie de ses Oeuvres , with M.Denoyelle (Ecole du Louvre 1993).

ARTICLES

"New Galleries of Greek and Roman Art at Emory University: the Michael C. Carlos Museum", Minerva 16:1 (January-February 2005) 13-17.

Review of F.Utili, Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: Deutschland 75: Mannheim, Reiss-Engelhorn Museen 2 ( Munich, 2004) , in Bryn Mawr Classical Review (online, 2004).

"Vase-painters: the cast", in Archaeology Odyssey 6:5 (September-October 2003) 58.

Entries for The Centaur's Smile, ed. J.M.Padgett (exhibition catalogue, Princeton University Press, 2003).

Review of P.Valavanis, Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: Greece 7: Marathon Museum ( Athens, 2001), American Journal of Archaeology 107 (2003) 125-126.

"The Principal Published Writings of Walter Fraser Oakeshott", addendum to the memoir of M.H.Keen and J.J.G.Alexander, Proceedings of the British Academy 84 (1994) 431ff.

"A Cup in Princeton", in Record of the Art Museum Princeton University 54 (1995) 30-38.

OCCASIONAL LECTURES

"The François Vase", Sackler Museum, Harvard University, January 1999.

"Greek Art in Sicily", Katonah Museum of Art, 13 September 2000.

"A Ptolemaic royal portrait in garnet", American Research Centre in Egypt 54 th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, 25-27 April 2003.

"Ergotimos epoiesen: the potter's contribution to the François Vase", Johns Hopkins University, Charles Singleton Center for Italian Studies International Symposium and Round Table Discussion, Villa Spelman, Florence, 23-24 May 2003; to be published in the proceedings.

"Stylistic and technical study of a bronze hydria in the Michael C. Carlos Museum," with R.A.Stein, AIAC Congress, Harvard University, August 2003, the published papers forthcoming (Oxbow books).

"Greek griffin cauldrons", at "The Hittites and their World", an international symposium at Emory University, September 18 2004, the published papers forthcoming.

"Ornamental Attachments: a look at Archaic Appliques," in The Anvil of Hephaistos, Symposium, Emory University, 16 October 2004.

"The Chicago Painter and his World: Athenian Vase-painting in Classical Athens", Art Institute of Chicago, 2 December 2004.

"Phidias' Gigantomachy on the Shield of Athena Parthenos and a fore-runner in Atlanta," in Epoiesen Egraphsen: potters and painters in ancient Athens, Symposium, Emory University, 8-9 April 2005.

"Greek and Roman Art in American Museums," international symposium on Classical Art held at the Hermitage Museum on the occasion of the re-opening of the classical galleries, 25-27 June 2005.