Johannes Siapkas, Associate Professor in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, Stockholm University. My research focuses on epistemologies, theories and historiographies relevant to classical archaeology and ancient history, including appropriations of the classical legacy in modernity. My research is based on critical theories and narrativist/constructivist discourses. From this point of view I have elaborated on (1) how modern theories of ethnicity have influenced our conceptualizations of classical Greece, (2) how art theories have influenced our views on classical sculpture and the discursive associations with museum exhibitions of ancient sculpture, and (3) how anthropological discourses have been appropriated in classical studies. These studies are all part of a wider ongoing project which explores the discursive landscape of classical studies.