Jaime Wilson

Jaime Wilson ‘s research focuses on the socio-political impact of the conversion of pagan temples in Greece into Christian sites of worship. Jaime is an associate member of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. She was curatorial assistant on The Fire of Hephaistos exhibit at Harvard University in 1996, for which she received a Project Distinction Award, and assisted on the Antioch: the Lost City exhibit at Worcester Art Museum in 2001. Jaime was invited to present her paper, “The Labors of Herakles on the East Façade of the Temple to Hephaistos: A Symbol of Victory and Salvation for Christian Athens”, at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America.