Edward (Ned) Schoolman
Department of History
Ph.D., History, UCLA
Professor Schoolman’s teaching focus is the ancient and medieval Mediterranean. He is also the advisor for an increasingly popular Medieval and Renaissance Studies minor.
In addition to his doctorate in history, Dr. Schoolman holds an M.A. in Archaeology from University College London. He is currently working on a book on the transformation of Roman cities after the collapse of the Roman Empire; he is interested in how these cities adapted to changing political environments. Professor Schoolman is also translating and studying the Gesta Episcoporum Neapolitanorum, a 9th century chronicle on the lives of the bishops of Naples.
Dr. Schoolman’s current archaeological project, which he pursues during the summer months, is centered on the Greek and Venetian city of Koroni, near modern Kalamata on the Greek Peloponnesus.
Read more about Ned Schoolman at http://www.unr.edu/cla/history/people/EdwardSchoolman.html