Kathryn Waterfield (née Dunathan) is a Florida native with a fascination for ancient Greek history. At her alma mater, the University of South Florida, she worked for several years at The Interdisciplinary Center for Hellenic Studies, a center of excellence dedicated to the advancement of studies focusing on Greek history and culture. In addition to her work at USF, from 2002-2007 she was Curatorial Assistant for Greek and Roman Art at the Tampa Museum of Art, which houses one of the most important collections of Greek painted vases in the southeastern United States. She has participated in numerous exhibitions and archaeological tours of the Mediterranean. Her most recent book is The Greek Myths: Stories of the Greek Gods and Heroes Vividly Retold, a collaboration with her husband, acclaimed author and classicist, Robin Waterfield.
Together the Waterfields have recently completed a three-week adventure in the Western Balkans, doing research for Robin's next book, which will examine the Roman takeover of the region more than 2000 years ago. In their 4 x 4 Mitsibishi L200 the Waterfields explored Albania, N Greece, Montenegro, 20 kms of Bosnia, and mainland and island Croatia from April 9 - 30, 2012.
Greece, USA, UK, Albania, Hvar Island, Croatia, Italy