AboutMy research centres on the archaeology of Egypt, Sudan, and the Ancient Near East. Specific interests include administrative systems and manufacturing industries in these regions, burial customs over time, and the development of ancient architectural landscapes. I employ a primarily non-iconographic approach by examining artifacts from a holistic perspective through find locations, the origins of raw material, and use-wear. The motifs and appearance of objects are considered in conjunction with findings from these analyses.
EducationPhD – University College London – Archaeology
MA – University College London – Egyptian Archaeology
BA – McGill University – Major Concentrations Anthropology, East Asian Studies, Minor Concentrations Advanced East Asian Studies, Middle Eastern Languages
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