Scott Craver directs the editorial content, both online and in print, that emanates from TCLF’s various programs. Before joining TCLF, he professed the history of art and archaeology at a Franciscan university in New York state. More recently, in the private sector, he served as managing editor for a global business-intelligence company. Scott has conducted excavations in Rome and on Sicily and has led study tours of Italy, Greece, and Turkey. His scholarly articles and reviews on ancient cities are published in the Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome, the Journal of Roman Archaeology, the Encyclopedia of Ancient History, and Bryn Mawr Classical Review. Scott earned his bachelor’s degree in classics, summa cum laude, from Mary Washington College and his M.A. and Ph.D. in classical art and archaeology from the University of Virginia. In 2008, he won the Rome Prize in Ancient Studies, and he is a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome.