As an archaeologist with field experience in Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Cyprus, Tunisia and the U.S. and academic training in Egyptology, Syro-Palestinian Archaeology, Anthropology and Religious and Biblical Studies, I have strongly cross-cultural and interdisciplinary research interests. My current work focuses on fieldwork in Egypt, ancient Egyptian urbanism, cultural heritage destruction, and ancient ceramics.
In the News
The Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology at UC Berkeley will display rare artifacts from its vast Egyptian collection in an exhibition that opens on April 29, 2010. The exhibition provides a unique perspective on how museums blend technology and the humanities to conserve and understand ancient objects.