Ivo van der Graaff is Associate Professor of Art History at the University of New Hampshire, Durham. He earned his combined BA and MA in Mediterranean Archaeology from the University of Amsterdam, and his PhD in Art History from the University of Texas at Austin, with a focus on Greek and Roman art and architecture. He held a two-year postdoctoral position at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts housed at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. Dr. van der Graaff has participated in archaeological research projects in the Netherlands, Belgium, Greece, and Italy. He co-directs and collaborates on projects examining the ancient Bay of Naples and Etruria. Among his main interests are urbanism and the development of group identities in the ancient world with a focus on Pompeii and the Italian peninsula.
Ph.D., Art History, University of Texas at Austin
M.A., University of Amsterdam
B.A., Archaeology, University of Amsterdam
3D Modeling / Visualization
Ancient urbanism and urban landscapes (ancient urbanism and urban landscapes)
Archaeological methods and theory
Archaeology: Pompeii, Herculaneum, and the ancient Bay of Naples
History & Appreciation of Art
Roman, Greek, and Etruscan art
ARTH 474: Intro to Architectural History
ARTH 674: Greek Art and Architecture
ARTH 695: Top/Etruscan Art&PreRoman Ital
ARTS 440A: Honors/From Digging to Digital
ARTS 480: Introduction to Art History
ARTS 574: Intro to Architectural History
ARTS 674: Greek Art and Architecture
ARTS 675: Roman Art and Architecture
HUMA 510A: Ancient Humanities
van der Graaff, I., & Poehler, E. (2021). Tracing procession routes for the principal cults in Pompeii. Open Arts Journal. doi:10.5456/issn.2050-3679/2021s07
Van der Graaff, I., Gee, R., Muslin, J., & Clarke, J. (2020). The Row Houses of Oplontis B. Journal of Roman Archaeology, 33, 113-128. doi:10.1017/S104775942000094X
Van der Graaff, I. (2019). The Recovered Tympanum of Cubiculum 11: A New Document for the Study of City Walls. In J. Clarke, & N. Muntasser (Eds.), Oplontis Villa A (“of Poppaea”) at Torre Annunziata, Italy, vol. 2, Decorative Ensembles: Paintings, Stucco, Pavements, Sculpture (pp. 489-500). Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/2027/fulcrum.tb09j7416
Jaskot, P. B., & Van Der Graaff, I. (2017). Historical Journals as Digital Sources: Mapping Architecture in Germany, 1914-24. JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIANS, 76(4), 483-505. doi:10.1525/jsah.2017.76.4.483
van der Graaff, I., & Ellis, S. J. R. (2017). Minerva, urban defenses, and the continuity of cult at Pompeii. JOURNAL OF ROMAN ARCHAEOLOGY, 30, 281-298. doi:10.1017/S1047759400074122
Van der Graaff, I., Muslin, J., Thomas, M., Wilkinson, P., Clarke, J. R., & Muntasser, N. K. (2016). Preliminary Notes on Two Research Campaigns at Oplontis B (2014-2015). Fasti Online Documents & Research : Italia, 1-9.
Van der Graaff, I. (2016). Ten Seasons of Excavations at Oplontis. In E. K. Gazda, & J. R. Clarke (Eds.), Leisure and Luxury in the Age of Nero: The Villas of Oplontis near Pompeii (pp. 22-27).
Van der Graaff, I., Thomas, M., & Wilkinson, P. (2013). The Excavations at Oplontis Villa B: Preliminary Results of the 2012 and 2013 Seasons. Fasti Online Documents & Research : Italia, 295, 1-9.
van der Graaff, I., Poppen, R. V., & Nales, T. (2010). The Advantages and Limitations of Coring Survey: An Initial Assessment of the Poggio Colla Coring Project. Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal, 0(2009), 53. doi:10.16995/trac2009_53_65