Diane Bolger became a research fellow in Archaeology at the University of Edinburgh in 2002, and she continues to work at the institution as a data manager for the publication of various excavation and survey projects in Cyprus and Syria. Bolger also teaches courses in Cypriot archaeology and the archaeology of gender.
Nancy Serwint teaches ancient art and archaeology with a focus on the cultures of the eastern Mediterranean basin at Arizona State University. As a classical archaeologist, she has worked on excavations in Sicily, the Athenian Agora, ancient Corinth, and ancient Marion/Arsinoe in Cyprus. Her research focus has been varied, with investigation and publications dealing with ancient athleticism and athletic representations in the Greek sculptural repertoire and gender issues in Cyprus and the ancient Near East.