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Sarah Levin-Richardson accepts tenure-track offer at University of Washington, Seattle

Sarah Levin-Richardson (Ph.D. 2009) has accepted a tenure-track position in the Classics Department at the University of Washington in Seattle. She previously held a tenure-track position in the History Department at the University of San Diego.  Her Stanford dissertation, Roman Provocations: Interactions with Decorated Spaces in Early Imperial Rome and Pompeii, explored the interactions between ancient Romans and their decorated spaces and was advised by Jen Trimble, Walter Scheidel, Barbara Voss, and Susanna Braund.