American Numismatic Society
American Numismatic Society



Andrew Reinhard, Director of Publications

Andrew Reinhard comes to the American Numismatic Society directly from the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA) where he served as their Director of Publications. On 1 December 2014, he will begin overseeing all print and digital publications, including the management of the various ANS databases and websites. At the ASCSA, he transformed their print publications into eBooks and interactive apps, introduced e-only subscriptions, and championed Open Access efforts to offer out-of-print titles to readers at no charge. Prior to joining the ASCSA, he was Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers’ Director of eLearning, creating online learning tools for ancient Greek and Latin. He began his career at Willoughby Associates as their Director of Client Services which included supporting a network of over 800 international museums using Oracle- and Access-based collections management systems and integrated Web search tools. An archaeologist by way of the University of Missouri-Columbia (M.A.) and the University of Evansville (B.A.), he has worked at the Museum of Art and Archaeology (Columbia) and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, and has excavated in Greece, Italy, Kansas, and Illinois. Andrew most recently led a team of “Punk Archaeologists” as they dug the now infamous “Atari Burial Ground” in Alamogordo, New Mexico, uncovering thousands of games while being filmed for a documentary. He has written about the excavation for The Atlantic and for Archaeology magazine. In his spare time Andrew blogs about the intersection of archaeology and video games at archaeogaming.wordpress.com, and is planning a series of posts on currency and commerce in online gaming environments.