Gregory A. Smith is Associate Professor in the Education Department at Lewis and Clark College. He is the author of Education and the Environment: Learning to Live With Limits, also published by SUNY Press, a coauthor of Reducing the Risk: Schools as Communities of Support, and the editor of Public Schools That Work.
Dilafruz R. Williams is Associate Professor in the School of Education at Portland State University.
Ancient Greek History and Politics
The Greek City-State
The Spread of the Architectural Orders
Why Greek Buildings and Temples look the way they do
The Mysteries of the Parthenon
The Evolution of Monumental Greek Sculpture
The Role of the Romans in Preserving Greek art
Why Pottery is so Important to Archaeologists
The Changing Styles of Pottery and Pottery Art
The Long Lost World of Greek Painting
Rather than a guide to a particular place, The Traveler's Guide to Greek Archaeology is a reliable reference that can be used in any museum, ancient building or archaeological site to enhance the reader's understanding and appreciation of the wonders that they see.