BA, University of California, Berkeley; MA, PhD, Princeton University
Elizabeth Langridge-Noti has been a member of the Deree Art History faculty since 1997 and has taught subjects related to the ancient world across the curriculum. She currently teaches Introduction to Archaeology, and a variety of art history, archaeology and history courses on the ancient world for the departments of Art History and History. She regularly takes students on-site as part of class and on field trips in conjunction with Deree’s Study Abroad programs.
Dr Langridge-Noti’s research addresses issues in ancient Greek pottery on which she publishes and presents regularly in international fora. She is co-founder of The Pottery Network housed at the Institute of Classical Studies in London in conjunction with her work on Athenian figured pottery. She also works with Hellenistic ceramics at the sites of Geraki and Karystos. She is the assistant director of the Nemea Center for Classical Archaeology for the University of California, Berkeley. She is an active member of both the American School of Classical Studies at Athens and the British School at Athens and has led Summer Sessions for both of these internationally renowned research centers. She has held grants and fellowships from such places as the British Academy, the Institute of Classical Studies, London, the Loeb Foundation and Duke University.