DIANE CLINE is an associate professor of history and classics and an affiliated faculty member of the Digital Humanities Institute at George Washington University. She is a popular lecturer on the history of Greece with expertise on the city of Athens, Greek sanctuaries, Greek art and archaeology, Greek inscriptions on stone, and Greek biography. She holds a B.A. from Stanford University in classics and a Ph.D. from Princeton in classical archaeology. She was a fellow at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, where she was also a Fulbright Scholar and studied Greek inscriptions in the National Museum there. Her current research focuses on social networks and innovation in classical Athens.