Dr.

Daniela Williams (FWF)

 

Telefon
+43-1-51581-3513

E-Mail
daniela.williams(at)oeaw.ac.at


Biographie

Biographie

1979

Born in Honolulu, USA

1998-2003

Study of Classics ‒ Degree in Numismatics, University of Rome “Roma Tre”

2000-2003

Field archaeologist ‒ Archaeological Superintendence of Rome, various sites in Rome

2003-2007

Doctoral studies in Ancient History ‒ University of Rome “Tor Vergata” (3‒year scholarship). Dissertation in Numismatics

2005

University of Rome “Tor Vergata” travel grant, British Museum, London, UK (1 month)

 

2005-2012

Trench supervisor ‒ University of Texas at Austin (USA) ‒ Synagogue of ancient Ostia (Rome, Italy) 

2006-2012

Numismatic collaboration with Musei Capitolini, Rome (Italy), University of Texas at Austin (USA), Archaeological Superintendence of Rome (Italy), Archaeological Superintendence of Trento (Italy), Hunter College, NY (USA)

2007

Accademia dei Lincei ‒ British Academy research grant, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK (2‒months)

Field archaeologist ‒ Wunderkammer s.n.c., excavation of the church of S. Apollinare in Trento (Italy)

2009-2012

Library assistant ‒ American Academy in Rome (Italy)

 

2011

Maternity leave (1 year)

2013-2015

post-doc research associate at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Institute for the Study of Ancient Culture, Documenta Antiqua, FWF project “Joseph Eckhel (1737‒1798) and his numismatic network” (P25282)

2015

Visiting scholar at the American Academy in Rome

2016

Maternity leave (1 year)

2017-2020

post-doc research associate at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Institute for the Study of Ancient Culture, Documenta Antiqua, FWF project “The numismatic networks of Eckhel’s Austrian precursors” (P29068)


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Main areas of research

  • History of numismatic scholarship, coin finds in Italy, Greek and Roman coinage.

Additional research achivements

  • invited lecturer at the conference Collezionisti e collezioni di antichità e di numismatica a Venezia nel Settecento, University of Trieste, Italy, December 6‒7, 2019.
  • invited lecturer at the symposium The World of the Bentincks. Portraits of a European noble family, Kasteel Middachten, De Steeg, The Netherlands, November 18, 2016 (https://www.historici.nl/event/symposium-the-world-of-the-bentincks-portraits-of-a-european-noble-family/).
  • panel organizer, chair, and speaker at the conference Scientiae. Disciplines of Knowing in the Early Modern World, University of Oxford, July 5‒7, 2016 (http://scientiae.co.uk/oxford-2016/).
  • invited lecturer at the 61st Eric P. Newman Graduate Summer Seminar of the American Numismatic Society, New York, USA, June 25, 2015.
  • organizer(together with B. Woytek) of the international conference Joseph Eckhel (1737‒1798) and the development of numismatic method, Austrian Academy of Sciences and Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria, May 27‒30, 2015 (https://www.oeaw.ac.at/eckhel2015/eckhel-congress/).
  • contributions delivered at 13th, 14th, and 15th International Numismatic Congresses, Madrid 2013, Glasgow 2009, and Taormina 2015.
  • lecturer at the Departmental Seminar (Coins and Medals) of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge UK, May 25, 2007.