Faculty bio- Karen Eva Carr
Associate Professor Emerita
Fields of Expertise:
Archaeology of the ancient Mediterranean - Egypt, Greece and Rome
Early Medieval Europe
"The Pottery from the Rural Survey" in LEPTIMINUS (LAMTA), REPORT No. 3. THE FIELD SURVEY, ed. D.L. Stone, N. ben Lazreg & D. Mattingly (Supplement 87, Journal of Roman Archaeology, 2011), 403-433.
With D.L. Stone, "Gazetteer of Sites and Catalogue of Pottery from the Rural Survey", in LEPTIMINUS (LAMTA), REPORT No. 3. THE FIELD SURVEY, ed. D.L. Stone, N. ben Lazreg & D. Mattingly (Supplement 87, Journal of Roman Archaeology, 2011), 629-660.
Vandals to Visigoths: rural settlement patterns in early Medieval Spain (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2002)
Professor Carr is no longer teaching.
- HST 314, Ancient Near East and Egypt
- HST 315, History of Ancient Greece
- HST 316, History of Ancient Rome
- HST 415/515, Topics in the History of Rome: Pagans and Christians
- HST 407/507, Seminar: The Dark Ages: Early Medieval Europe
- HST 407/507, Daily Life in the Roman Empire
Kidipede - History and Science for Kids
Roman pottery specialist - Leptiminus Archaeological Project, Tunisia
President, Portland Society, Archaeological Institute of America