Graduate Students

Caissie, Todd

Todd Caissie (PhD Candidate) received a B.A. in Classical Archaeology from Hunter College and a B.A. in Psychology from Stony Brook University. His dissertation examines negotiations of Gallic and Roman Heritage through Roman commemorative monuments in southern France. He is interested in the material culture of the Ancient Mediterranean and issues of difficult and negative heritage. Todd is also on the Board of Directors for the NB Interment Camp Museum and co-author of a chapter, “The New Brunswick Internment Camp Museum: Preserving the History of Internment Camp B-70,” in the forthcoming (2018) book “Civilian Internment in Canada: Histories and Legacies.” Todd was also awarded the Andrew Mellon summer internship with the Zimmerli Art Museum in 2015,2016.

Todd is Ph.D. candidate in Art History and Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies. He received a B.A. in Classical Archaeology from Hunter College and a B.A. in Psychology from Stony Brook University. His dissertation examines negotiations of Gallic and Roman Heritage through Roman commemorative monuments in southern France. He is interested in the art history and archaeology of the Ancient Mediterranean. Todd is also on the Board of Directors for the NB Interment Camp Museum and co-author of a chapter, “The New Brunswick Internment Camp Museum: Preserving the History of Internment Camp B-70,” in the forthcoming (2018) book “Civilian Internment in Canada: Histories and Legacies.”