Dr. Maura K. Heyn
Associate Professor of Classical Studies
The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
by Thomas Kuhn
This was one of the first books that I read as a graduate student. It might seem like an odd choice for someone interested in Roman archaeology, but it had a profound impact on my approach to scholarship. Kuhn's ideas were very thought provoking, and influential in changing the way that I looked at knowledge and its accrual.