Margaret M. Andrews is a Ph.D. candidate in the Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World at the University of Pennsylvania. Her dissertation addresses the topographical and social evolution of the Subura and eastern hills in Rome from the Republican through the Early Medieval periods. She has excavated in Italy and Greece, has written on several monuments of the Subura and Cispian Hill, and is a coeditor of the monograph for the Villa Magna Project (Villamagna: An Imperial Estate and Its Legacies. Excavations 2006–2010) to be published by the British School at Rome. In 2011–2012, she was a Rome Prize Fellow in Ancient Studies at the American Academy in Rome.