Martha Risser, Associate Professor of Classics, teaches courses on ancient art, archaeology, Greek, Latin, and classical civilization. Her scholarly interests focus on Classical art and archaeology, especially Greek pottery. Professor Risser has participated in archaeological projects in Greece, Israel, Turkey, Italy and the United States. Author of CorinthVII,v. Corinthian Conventionalizing Pottery (American School of Classical Studies Publications, Princeton, 2001), she currently conducts research at the Corinthian – controlled sanctuary at the Isthmus in Greece, and at Akko, Israel. The Akko Archaeology, Heritage and History Project includes an archaeological field school (CLCV 300) every summer.