A specialist of modern European art and art historical theory and methods, Sarah Betzer's teaching, research, and graduate supervision is shaped by an orientation to the intersections of art theoretical debates and artistic process; the enduring power of the classical past; and the dynamics of gendered and sexed bodies in representation.
George Sampson has administered arts organizations, presented arts events, curated art exhibitions and managed artists' careers since 1967. He has worked in the for-profit and non-profit sectors as a student, a paid professional, and as a volunteer leader on various Boards and committees. From 1986 to 1994 he led or co-led professional companies in New Mexico in the fields of ballet & modern dance, symphonic & chamber music, and jazz presentation.
Dan concentrated on Dutch Baroque Art and Cartography while an undergraduate at Mary Washington College (now the University of Mary Washington) and switched to Classical Art and Archaeology upon entering the University of Virginia. He has excavated in Morgantina, Sicily and at the Roman fort of Porolissum in Salǎj, Romania. His primary research interests are geography and the Roman/Barbarian interaction along the frontier, focusing on sites in Romania and Bulgaria.