Lisa Mays

Amphora of Achilles and Ajax Amphora of Achilles and Ajax
 statue of discus thrower  statue of discus thrower
greek ceramic fish plate greek ceramic fish plate
 greek inscription carved into stone  greek inscription carved into stone
 open air auditorium in pompeii  open air auditorium in pompeii
 roman aquaduct  roman aquaduct
 roman coin  roman coin
 roman inscription carved into stone  roman inscription carved into stone
sculpture of roman rowers sculpture of roman rowers
 painting of ciccero in roman senate  painting of ciccero in roman senate
 Parthenon Ruins  Parthenon Ruins
 medieval latin text  medieval latin text
pankration pankration
 parthenon  parthenon
 colloseum  colloseum
 greek warrior helmet  greek warrior helmet
 mosaic of medusa  mosaic of medusa

Lisa MaysI graduated from Miami in 2009 with degrees in Anthropology, Classical Humanities and Classical Languages. Following graduation, I joined the Graduate Group at Bryn Mawr College and earned a Master of Arts degree in Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology with a thesis exploring the proximity and connectivity of the structures on the slopes of the Acropolis. Since 2011, I have been teaching Latin (and a little bit of Greek!) at Elgin Academy, an independent College-Prep school outside of Chicago. I also serve as one of the State Chairs of the Illinois Junior Classical League (an affiliate of the ACL), planning the state convention for high-school Latin students across Illinois (a job for which I was well prepared having served as Chair of the UCC committee for two years). Additionally, I have been a member of the excavations at the Athenian Agora since the 2009 season, serving in a variety of capacities and excavating fill from the Bronze Age to the Late Byzantine (and everything in between, including Classical Levels of the Panathenaic Way). I really credit the excellence of the Classics Department's advising process for helping me identify early the experiences that I needed as an Undergraduate in order to be an attractive candidate for a program like Bryn Mawr's and an excavation like the Agora.