Diane Harris Cline
Associate Professor of History; Affiliated faculty member in Classical and Near Eastern Literatures and Civilizations.
Phillips Hall 321
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Diane Cline is an ancient Greek historian who is also deeply committed to the development of GWU’s initiative to support innovation through cross-disciplinary collaboration. With her B.A. in Classics from Stanford and Ph.D. in Classical Archaeology from Princeton, Diane became a tenured History Professor at CSU Fresno before she joined the University of Cincinnati in 1994 as an Assistant Professor in Classics and was subsequently promoted with tenure to Associate Professor, winning the University’s Dolly Cohen Teaching Award in 1999. After moving to Washington DC in 2000, she has taught as a Visiting Associate Professor at Howard University and at George Washington University. Prof. Cline spent 2012-13 directing the UC Forward interdisciplinary program in Ohio and in the Fall of 2013 joined the GWU History department, with an agreement that half of her time is shared with the Provost’s office as Director of Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration. Her current Classics research focus is on the application of social network analysis to the study of ancient history. Her passion is “network weaving”: finding people with similar intellectual interests but who are in diverse departments and serving as a bridge to bring them together. Diane is also a cellist with the Washington Sinfonietta and the Avanti Orchestra.
Ph.D. 1991 Princeton University, Department of Art and Archaeology, Program in Classical Archaeology. M.A. 1986 Princeton University, Department of Art and Archaeology, Program in Classical Archaeology.
“Six Degrees of Alexander: Social Network Analysis and Ancient History.” Ancient History Bulletin 26.1-2 (2012)
“Women and Sacred Property: The Evidence from Greek Inscriptions.” Women and Property in Ancient Near Eastern and Mediterranean Societies, ed. Deborah Lyons and Raymond Westbrook. Washington, DC: Center for Hellenic Studies (2003).
"Broken Statues, Shattered Illusions: Mimesis and Bronze Body Parts on the Akropolis," From the Parts to the Whole, Volume 1: Acta of the 13th International Bronze Congress, held at Cambridge Massachusetts, May 28- June 1, 1996, ed. Mattusch, Brauer, and Knudsen, 135-141. Journal of Roman Archaelogy Supplementary 39, no. 2 (2000).
"Archaic Athens and the Topography of the Kylonian Conspiracy." Annual of the British School at Athens (1999): 309-320.
The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium, Proceedings of the 50th Anniversary Symposium, Cincinnati, 18-20 April 1997, co-edited with Eric H. Cline. Aegaeum 18. Annales s'archéologie égéenne de l'Université de Liège et UT-PASP. Liège, 1998. Co-authored "Prolegomena to the Cincinnati Conference" with Eric H. Cline.
"A Question of Standards: Metrology and the Parthenon Treasures." The Ancient History Bulletin 11.1 (1997): 30-36.
"The Archaeology of Greek Epigraphy." Atti dell'XI Congresso Internazionale di Epigrafia Greca e Latina, 191-194. Roma: Edizioni Quasar, 1997.
The Treasures of the Parthenon and the Erechtheion. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995.
"Freedom of Information and Accountability: The Inventory Lists of the Parthenon." In Ritual, Finance, Politics, Athenian Democratic Accounts Presented to David Lewis, ed. Robin Osborne and Simon Hornblower, 213-225. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994.
"Bronze Statues on the Athenian Acropolis: The Evidence of a Lycurgan Inventory." American Journal of Archaeology 96 (1992): 637-652.
"Thucydides 2.13.4 and the Inventory Lists." Horos 8 (1993): 75-82.
"Aias and Eurysakes on a Fourth-Century Honorary Decree from Salamis," with Dr. Carol Lawton. Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 80 (1990): 109-115, pl. 2.
The Inventory Lists of the Parthenon Treasures. Ph.D. Diss. Princeton University, 1991.
"Nikokrates of Kolonos: Metal-Worker for the Parthenon Treasurers," Hesperia 57 (1988): 329-337, pl. 88.
CLAS 2106 Classical Mythology
CLAS 2112 Early Aegean & Greek Civ-338BC
HIST 2112 Early Aegean & Greek Civ-338BC
CLAS 3115 Topics in Ancient Literature and Civilization (Alexander the Great)