Anne Eliese Austin
2014 UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Ph.D., Interdepartmental Program of Archaeology
2011 UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
C. Phil., Interdepartmental Program of Archaeology
2009 UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
M.A., Interdepartmental Program of Archaeology
2006 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
B.A. Cum Laude, Anthropology
Bioarchaeology, Phaoronic Egypt, Gender Construction, Embodiment, Identity Construction, Disability Studies
I completed my PhD at UCLA in August of 2014, and am currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford University.
From 2012-present, I am the bioarchaeologist at Deir el-Medina. I am the first to offer a comprehensive study on the human remains at this important site since their excavation in the early 20th century. I am combining data from Deir el-Medina with textual data from the site to explore the state's health care system in place for the workmen.
From 2008-2010, I lead the Karanis Cemetery Survey Project. This mission is focused around properly documenting the surface skeletal material and architecture for the cemetery of Karanis, a Greco-Roman town in Egypt's Fayum region. During this time, I also researched 3D scanning for archaeological architecture and I conducted MA research on the skeletal remains at Giza currently stored in the Peabody Museum at Harvard and Hearst Museum at Berkeley.
To learn more about my research, please go to www.anneeaustin.com!
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