Katie Cupello, Ph.D.
As RDC's Grant Administrator, Katie's responsibilities include:
- researching and communicating scholarly research grant opportunities
- reviewing completed grant applications prior to submission to sponsors
- informs, mentors and assists faculty and staff with identifying, understanding and applying for grants
- assists in the management of grant reporting requirements
Ph.D., Art History (Roman), Emory University, 2018
M.A., Greek & Roman Studies, University of Calgary, 2009
B.A., Ancient & Medieval History, University of Calgary, 2005
Classics, material culture of the ancient Mediterranean, numismatics (Hellenistic & Roman), Late Roman Republic, Hellenistic ruler cult
Cupello, K. E., and L. Carbone. 2020. “02: Mark Antony: A Rogue with Monetary Insight.” Produced by The American Numismatic Society. The Planchet. April 21, 2020. Podcast, MP3 audio. http://numismatics.org/planchet/01-02/.
Cupello, K. E. 2012. “Septizonium Severi” and “Septizonium Vetus,” Views of Rome, Emory University. https://viewsofrome.digitalscholarship.emory.edu/.
Cupello, K. E., and L. A. Hughes. 2010. “Reuse, the Roman Funerary Monument and the Rabirii: Violation of Memory or Commemoration of Past and Present?,” Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa. Classe di Lettere e Filosofia, 5th ser., 2/1: 3–23.
“Kleopatra VII’s Empire and the Bronze Coinages of Ituraean Chalkis,” 117th Joint Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) and the Society for Classical Studies (SCS), San Francisco, January 6–9, 2016.
“Cross-Cultural Intersections in Plutarch's Antony,” Plutarch Among the Barbarians, Inaugural Meeting of the North American Sections of the International Plutarch Society, Banff, March 14–16, 2014.
Canadian Association of Research Administrators
Awards and Honours
Graduate Summer Seminar Stipend, American Numismatic Society (2014)
Andrew W. Mellon Summer Internship, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University (2013)
Field Scholarship, American School of Classical Studies at Athens (2013)