R. Bruce Hitchner, Ph.D., is professor of classics and international relations, as well as adjunct professor of history at Tufts University. He serves as the director of the Peace and Justice Studies Program, director of the Archeology Program, and chairman of the Dayton Peace Accords Project. He has published extensively in the history and archaeology of the Roman World and has directed archaeological projects in North Africa and France supported by the National Geographic Society, National Endowment of the Humanities, French Ministry of Culture, and United States Information Agency. Dr. Hitchner served as Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Archaeology from 1998-2006, the oldest and largest journal in classical and Old World archaeology in the United States. He was a member of the constitutional reform negotiations in Bosnia in 2005 funded by the European Commission, Scandinavian states, Switzerland, and Carnegie Corporation of New York.
Dr. Hitchner can speak about:
- Archeology in Europe, the Mediterranean, and North Africa
- Bosnia, the Balkans/Southeast Europe/European Union Enlargement
- International relations
- Roman history and economy