Nancy Ramage

Emerita Dana Professor, Art History


Current position

Charles A. Dana Professor of the Humanities and Arts Emerita

Art History Department, Ithaca College

Life Member, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge

Recent books:

The Cone Sisters of Baltimore: Collecting at Full Tilt (with Ellen B. Hirschland). Northwestern University Press 2008.

The British Museum Concise Introduction: Ancient Rome (with Andrew Ramage). British Museum Press 2008. Translated into German and Chinese.

Roman Art: Romulus to Constantine, 6th edition (with Andrew Ramage) Pearson 2015. Translated into French, German, Dutch, modern Greek, Chinese, and Korean.

Ordinary Lydians at Home (with Andrew Ramage and R. G. Gultekin-Demir). The Sardis Expedition, Harvard University Press 2021.

Recent articles:

Ariadne and Cleopatra: Identities Transformed, in:  Ars Ceramica, no. 28, 2012 (2016), pp. 24-30.

The Hand of the Pot Painter in Early Lydia, in:  Keramos II (Colloquia Antiqua 19, Archaic and Classical Western Anatolia: New Perspectives in Ceramic Studies) 2018, pp. 231-242.

The Etruscan Impact on Wedgwood: A Misattribution, in:  An Etruscan Affair: The Impact of Early Etruscan Discoveries on European Culture, ed. J. Swaddling (British Museum 2018), pp. 180-187.

Susannah Wedgwood Darwin: A Portrait, in:  Ars Ceramica No. 30 (2014, published 2018), pp. 3-11.

Pacetti at the Getty, in:  Vincenzo Pacetti, Roma, Europa all Epoca del Grand Tour. Bolletino dArte, special volume 2017 (2018), pp. 27-36.

Mothers, Sisters, Cousins, Aunts: At Home with Women of the Cone Family, in:  Modern Visions, Modern Art: The Cone Sisters in North Carolina (The Blowing Rock Art and History Museum, Blowing Rock, North Carolina 2019), pp. 24-45.

Wedgwood's Sources from Classical Antiquity, in:  Classic Black: The Basalt Sculpture of Wedgwood and His Contemporaries, ed. Brian D. Gallagher (The Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC 2020), pp. 53-55.