A Fellow of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Ingrid D. Rowland (“Faking Etruria”) is a professor with the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture in Rome. She is the author of The Culture of the High Renaissance: Ancients and Moderns in Sixteenth-Century Rome (1998) and an occasional contributor to Archaeology Odyssey: “Etruscan Women: Dignified, Charming, Literate and Free” (AO 07:03), and “The Etruscans—Mastering the Delicate Art of Living” (AO 01:03).
Adam Maskevich (“A Mesopotamian Feast”) is a Ph.D. candidate in Near Eastern Archaeology at Johns Hopkins University, in Baltimore. He has excavated in Jordan, Egypt, Syria, Turkey and the northeastern U.S. When not engaged in academic pursuits, he enjoys cooking.