Category Archives: About

Lucia Carbone

Assistant Curator of Roman Coins BA-MA (Greek Epigraphy): Roma, Università La Sapienza. ME (Latin, Greek, Italian, Special Needs Eduction): Roma, Università Roma Tre. PhD (Classical Studies): New York, Columbia University. Lucia Carbone joined the ANS Curatorial Team in September 2016. Earlier that year, she received a PhD in Classical Studies from Columbia University, with a…
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Andrew Reinhard

Director of Publications PhD in progress for Archaeology (Digital Heritage), University of York (UK); MA, Archaeology and Art History, University of Missouri - Columbia; BA, Archaeology and Art History, University of Evansville. Andrew Reinhard joined the ANS as its Director of Publications in December 2014, publishing the annual American Journal of Numismatics, the quarterly ANS Magazine, as well as…
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Elena Stolyarik

Collections Manager BA, History, Odessa State University; PhD, Archaeology, Moscow State University Elena Stolyarik is a numismatist specializing in the coinages of the Black Sea region. In 1988 she received her doctorate from Moscow State University with a thesis entitled  Monetary Circulation in the North-Western Black Sea Region in the Late Roman and Byzantine periods.…
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Gilles Bransbourg

  Deputy Director Gilles Bransbourg is the Deputy Director of the American Numismatic Society in New York. He won the French nationwide Concours Général award in History at the age of 17 in 1982 and then studied Economics, Mathematics and Statistics in Paris at Lycée Louis-Le-Grand, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po and École Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Administration Économique from 1983 to 1990.…
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Ethan Gruber

Director of Data Science MA, Art and Architectural History, The University of Virginia; BA, History, The Pennsylvania State University. Ethan is the Director of Data Science at the ANS. With more than ten years of experience in digital humanities and cultural heritage web development projects, Ethan is responsible for developing all of the Society's digital…
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David Hendin

Adjunct Curator BS Education (Biology, 1967) University of Missouri, Columbia; MA Journalism (1970), University of Missouri, Columbia; life studies, Prof. Ya’akov Meshorer, American Friends of the Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem, and Prof. Dan Barag, Hebrew University. David Hendin is a specialist in weights and currency of the ancient Levant, especially Judaean and biblical, local provincial, and…
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Sebastian Heath

Research Scientist AB, Medieval Studies, Brown University; PhD, Classical Art and Archaeology, University of Michigan Sebastian Heath is a specialist in Roman pottery, numismatics and the application of digital technologies to the study of the ancient Mediterranean world. In addition to his position at the ANS, he is a Research Assistant Professor at NYU's Institute for…
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Joanne Isaac

Museum Administrator MFA Fine Arts, C.U.N.Y. Hunter College, NYC; BFA, Temple University Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA. With a strong background in arts management and exhibition development, Joanne spent more than ten years working in the Soho and Chelsea NYC contemporary art gallery arena. An artist herself, she carves and paints wands made of soft wood…
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Ute Wartenberg Kagan

Ute Wartenberg Kagan, Executive Director Ute Wartenberg Kagan, whose research interest focus on ancient Greek coinage, has spent most of her academic career in the museum world. Since 1999 she has been the Executive Director of the American Numismatic Society and from 1991 to 1998 she worked as Curator of Greek Coins in the British…
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