Margaret Woodhull, PhD

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Assistant Professor

Student Commons Building, Room 3301
1201 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80204

Mon./Wed. 2:30-4:00 pm; and by appt

Prof. Margaret Woodhull studies women and gender in the classical Mediterranean. Trained as an art historian and archaeologist, she considers women’s efforts to create public monuments in an era when women's rights were relatively limited. Her work takes into account issues of space, art and architectural design, urbanism, and personal agency as it related to the creation of public art and architecture in ancient Rome. She recently published a chapter in the book Motherhood and Mothering in Ancient Greece and Rome, entitled, "Imperial Mothers and Monuments in Rome," and is working on a book-length study on a related topic.”

Dr. Woodhull's CV