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Richard Andrew Hodges

Richard Andrew Hodges, museum director, archaeologist, educator. Named Charles Eliot Norton lecturer, American Institute Archaeology, 2005; named an Officer of the British Empire, 1995. Board directors Packard Humanities Institute, since 2003; Fellow: Society Antiquaries; member: Corfu Reading Society.


  • Hodges, Richard Andrew was born on September 29, 1952 in Bath, England. Son of Roy and Joan Hodges.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Archaeology and Medieval History, Southampton University, England, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy, Southampton University, England, 1977.


    • Lecturer, department archaeology and prehistory Sheffield University, 1976—1986, senior lecturer, 1986—1988. Director British School, Rome, 1988—1995. Director Institute World Archaeology University East Anglia, Norwich, England, 1995—2007, professor, School World Art Studies and Museology, since 1995.

      Williams director University Pennsylvania Museum Archaeology and Anthropology, since 2007. Visiting professor archaeology University Siena, Italy, 1984—1987, 2007—2009, University Copenhagen, 1987—1988, University Sheffield, since 2006. Professor Sheffield University, 1993—1995.

      Science director Butrint Foundation, since 1994. Director Prince of Wales' Institute Architecture, London, 1996—1998. Lecturer and consultant in field.



    Board directors Packard Humanities Institute, since 2003. Fellow: Society Antiquaries. Member: Corfu Reading Society.


    • Children: William, Charlotte.
    • father: Roy Hodges
    • mother: Joan Hodges
    • children: William Hodges
    • Charlotte Hodges
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    Born September 29, 1952
    (age 64)
    • 1973
      Southampton University
    • 1977
      Southampton University
    • 1976 - 1986
    • 1988 - 1995
      director, British School
      Rome, New York, United States
    • 1995 - 2007
      director, Institute World Archaeology University East Anglia
      Norwich, New York, United States
    • 2007
      Williams director, University Pennsylvania Museum Archaeology and Anthropology