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Aaron D. Brown
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Aaron Brown

Assistant Professor of Humanities

Aaron Brown is an assistant professor of classics and humanities who specializes in Roman and Italic material culture. He has taught widely on the art and archaeology, history, literature and languages of ancient Greece and Rome, and enjoys sharing his passion for the ancient world with St. Norbert College students. He is a practicing field archaeologist, currently serving as assistant director of the Pompeii Artifact Life History Project.

  • CLAS 107 Introduction to Roman Archaeology [Spring 2024]
  • CLAS 322 Foodways in Classical Antiquity, Honors [Fall 2023]
  • LATN/CLAS 102 Intermediate Latin (Level II)
  • IDIS 100 College Writing | Special Topic: Food Writing

  • B.A. – Florida State University, 2013
  • M.A. – University of California-Berkeley, 2015
  • Ph.D. – University of California-Berkeley, 2022

  • Classical art and archaeology
  • Roman and Etruscan/Italic material culture
  • Latin language and literature
  • Roman social history
  • Foodways
  • Archaeology of consumption
  • Daily life
  • Household archaeology
  • Pompeian studies
  • Visual culture
  • Urbanism