Danielle Steen Fatkin accepts tenure-track offer from Knox College
Danielle Steen Fatkin (Ph.D. 2007) has accepted a tenure-track promotion from Knox College in Galesburg, IL as an Assistant Professor of Classics where she was previously a Visiting Assitant Professor. Her Stanford dissertation was titled "Many Waters: Bathing Ethe of Roman Palestine" and was advised by Jen Trimble, Ian Morris and Charlotte Fonrobert. Her teaching interests include Roman archaeology and history, theory of archaeological and historical methods, Roman religions, especially Judaism, cultural heritage management, comparative study of empires, and gender studies. She is currently working on an essay titled "Power, Purity, and the Invention of the Hasmonean Bathing Tradition."