Associate Professor Emeritus
Associate Professor Emeritus retired in spring 2009, but continues to teach occasionally in Rome and Seattle, usually Architecture History in Seattle, and various courses in Rome. She practiced architecture for ten years in Seattle prior to taking a full-time administrative and teaching position with the University.
Professor Deines’ research and teaching interests focus on Rome, and deal with its history and architecture, particularly the relation of ancient sites to later ideas of building and monument. She significantly revised the Architecture in Rome curriculum and assists in broadening faculty involvement in this program.