Dr. Taylor Lauritsen

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter ERC Grant DECOR

Johanna-Mestorf-Str. 5, R.05b
Telefon: +49 431 880 1045
lauritsen@klassarch.uni-kiel.de

Lebenslauf

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jahr

Beschäftigung

2004

Bachelor-Studiengang der Geschichte an der North Carolina State University

2005-2006

Masterstudium der Klassischen Archäologie an der University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

2007-2009

Promotionsstipendium, Promotion om Fach Klassische Archäologie an der State University of New York at Buffalo

2009-2013

Promotionsstudium der Archäologie an der University of Edinburgh

2014

Promotion an der University of Edinburgh zum Thema ‘Ante Ostium: Contextualising Boundaries in the Houses of Pompeii and Herculaneum.’

2013-2014

Post-doc-Stipendium der Klassische Philologie an der University of Edinburgh

2014-2016

Dozent der Römische Archäologie und Kursleiter an Cardiff University

seit 2017

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im ERC Consolidator Grant DECOR an der CAU Kiel.

Bibliografie

  •  M. T. Lauritsen, Doors in Domestic Space at Pompeii and Herculaneum: A Preliminary Study, in: D. Mladenović – B. Russell (Hrsg.), TRAC 2010: Proceedings of the Twentieth Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (Oxford 2011) 59-75.
  •  M. T. Lauritsen, Review of E. Poehler – M. Flohr – K. Cole (Hrsg.), Pompeii: Art, Industry and Infrastructure, European Journal of Archaeology 15.3, 2012, 555-559.
  •  M. T. Lauritsen, The Form and Function of Boundaries in the Campanian House, in: A. Anguissola (Hrsg.), Privata Luxuria: Towards an Archaeology of Intimacy (München 2013) 95-114.
  •  M. T. Lauritsen, Ter Limen Tetigi: Exploring the Role of Thresholds in the Houses of Pompeii and Beyond, in: B. E. Parr – A. A. di Castro – C. Hope (Hrsg.), Housing and Habitat in the Ancient Mediterranean: Cultural and Environmental Responses (Leuven 2015) 299-312.
  •  M. T. Lauritsen, Review of J. Berry, The Complete Pompeii, Classical Review 66.1, 2016, 299-300.
  •  M. T. Lauritsen – I. Jacobs, The British Archaeological Project at Grumentum: Report on the 2014 and 2015 Seasons, The Journal of the Fasti Online, 2017 (Accepted).

Forschungsprojekte


Main Streets as Decoratively Designed Functional Spaces

Villa Metro AnagninaUtilising a range of art-historical and archaeological techniques, WP-5 seeks to analyse the design of Roman streets from an aesthetic perspective. Rather than focusing on particular structural aspects of the ancient streetscape, such as the positioning of fountains or locations of crossroads shrines, this research explores the roadbed, sidewalks, and flanking buildings in their totality, linking decorative and iconographic themes identified on streetside facades with the actions and activities of the street.

ERC Grant DECOR