Catherine Elizabeth Pratt
C.Phil, Archaeology, UCLA 2012; M.A. Archaeology, UCLA 2011; B.A. Classical Archaeology, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill 2008.
Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age interaction between Near Eastern and Aegean cultures, focusing on post-colonial theoretical models and their application to prehistory. Economic interaction in the Mediterranean, especially trade in oil and wine using large ceramic transport containers.
Grants and Awards
2013-2014 Dissertation Year Fellowship; 2013 Research Travel Grant; 2013 Steinmetz Fellowship; 2012 International Institute long-term Graduate Fieldwork Award; 2011-2012 Graduate Research Mentorship; 2011&2012 Summer Research Mentorship Award; 2011 Harry and Yvonne Lenart Graduate Travel Fellowship; 2008-2009 Chancellor's Prize-Summer Mentorship Award; Eunice and Luther Nims Scholarship
Dr. Sarah Morris and Dr. John Papadopoulos
"Objects and Agents: Transnational Interaction Between Cretans and Phoenicians in the Early Iron Age". AIA General Meeting, January 2012.
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