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Allison Surtees

Allison Surtees Title: Associate Professor (On Leave)
Email: a.surtees@uwinnipeg.ca

BA (Hons) University of New Brunswick
PhD Johns Hopkins

Research Interests:
Attic vase painting, ancient art history, Greek and Roman sculpture, Dionysian and satyr imagery, gender and sexuality


2020. Exploring Gender Diversity in the Ancient World, edited by A. Surtees and J. Dyer, Edinburgh University Press.

2018. “Contextualizing Greek ‘Originals’: The Pouring Satyr in Context.” In Actual Problems of Theory and Art History, Conference Proceedings. St. Petersburg, Hermitage State Museum.

2018. "The Periclean Building Program and the Ideology of Female Inferiority." In Women and the Ideology of Political Exclusion: from Antiquity to the 20th Century, edited by T. Summers. London and New York: Routledge.

2017. “The Problem of Gendered Violence in Academia.” Cloelia, March 2017.

2014. "Satyrs as Women and Maenads as Men: Transvestism and Transgression in Dionysian Worship." In Approaching the Ancient Artifact: Function, Decoration, and Meaning., edited by A. Avramidou and D. Demetriou, pp. 281-93. Berlin: De Gruyter.