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Megan Goldman-Petri

Part-time Lecturer, New York University

I am a historian of Roman art and architecture. My work explores questions concerning the role of religious architecture in the construction of imperial power; architectural absence and its impact on urban identity; the aesthetic, political, and economic foundations of architectural canon formation; and the reception of Roman architecture in the 19th and 20th centuries.


  • –present
    Part-time Lecturer, New York University


    Princeton University, PhD Candidate in Classical Art and Archaeology (expected 2021)