Darrell J. Rohl
About Darrell J. Rohl:
I am a final-year PhD candidate in archaeology at Durham University, specialising in the archaeology, history and reception of the Roman past, as well as the role of theory in Roman archaeology. My thesis is titled "The Antonine Wall: an Archaeology of Place," and I have extensive experience excavating and researching topics from Hellenistic-Ottoman Jordan to Roman–Early Modern Scotland and the Roman frontiers in Britain. I am a published author of peer-reviewed academic publications, am currently guest-editing an invited issue of the interdisciplinary Journal of Borderlands Studies, and serve as the Chairperson of the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference's (TRAC) Standing Committee.