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Ph.D. (Art History, UCLA). Ann received a Fulbright research grant in 2002 and spent the year in Syria and Lebanon to complete research for her book, Rural Sanctuaries in Roman Syria: Creating the Sacred Landscape (Oxford Press, 2005). She has published and presented on a variety of topics focusing on Roman art history and archaeology, as well as issues relating to Late Antiquity, museum studies, practices, and collecting, and the reception of Antiquity from the seventeenth century to the present. She has been adjunct faculty at UCLA, CSULB, and CSUN. From 2004 until 2010, she was the Education Specialist for Academic and Adult Programming at the Getty Villa. She is currently editing a collection of essays, Icon, Cult, Context (Forthcoming, 2013: Los Angeles), and working on her current book project: A life of the Roman Empress Julia Domna.