Emlyn Dodd is an archaeologist investigating ancient wine and oil production across the Mediterranean. He is the assistant director of archaeology at the British School at Rome and has worked at sites such as Pompeii in Italy and the Acropolis and Classical Agora in Athens. Dodd currently directs excavation and survey projects in Italy and Greece, including the Roman city of Falerii Novi. He is also a specialist consultant at the Roman site of Antiochia ad Cragum in southern Turkey, with the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. In addition, he works closely with the Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion at the University of Technology Sydney.