Areas of interest: Roman archaeology and architecture, gladiators, spectacle, provinces.
Marlee Miller is a Ph.D. candidate specializing in Roman archaeology and architecture. She also received her master’s from the Institute and a BA in Classics from NYU. She’s worked and excavated in Romania, Greece, Turkey, Italy, and Cyprus and as a fellow at the NYU Global Research Initiative, Berlin. Marlee’s dissertation examines the gladiatorial training school, the ludus gladiatorius, focusing on gladiatorial training and ludus architecture and administration. Marlee will be a 2021-2022 History of Art and Visual Culture Fellow, in the Department of Greek and Roman Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art.