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Kilian Patrick Mallon

Kilian Patrick Mallon kpmallon
Personal bio
I studied Archaeology and Greek and Roman Civilization at University College Dublin. At Stanford, I have worked for 'Ten Things: The Archaeology of Design', 'Greek Mythology', 'Introduction to Roman Archaeology', 'Engineering the Roman Empire', and 'Ancient Athletics'. In teaching I aim to provide students with skills-based and active learning based in interesting and important case studies. I am an archaeologists and historian and have worked on field projects in Greece, Spain, Turkey, and Italy. I spent two years teaching English in Seville, Spain. My PhD research examines the role of imperial and economic disintegration on the archaeology of early Christianity. I am currently a fellow at the Haas Center for Public Service. I grew up in Ireland and enjoy bouldering, movie trivia, and espresso.

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