A biography of Philip Oliver-Smith
Philip Oliver-Smith was a professor of Art History at Rice University. He came to the University in 1969 from the University of St. Thomas. Professor Oliver-Smith’s areas of expertise and research interest included ancient Roman and Greek sculpture and pottery, and he served as co-director, along with his departmental colleague Walter Widrig, on a number of archaeological excavations in Italy. He retired in 1989. In 2014 the Amici di Via Gabina Traveling Fellowship was established in honor of Walter Widrig and Philip Oliver-Smith.
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