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Kathryn Chew

M.A. Archaeology 2013, UCLA. Thesis: "Memory in the Making: The Diachronic Tensions of Architecture and Archaism in Third Intermediate Period Asasif".


Office: A316
Fax: 310-206-4723
E-mail: chewk@ucla.edu

Subfield

IDP; Egyptology, Digital Humanities

Research Interests

Landscape Archaeology, Phenomenology, Memory, 3D Digital Modeling, Photogrammetric Modeling, Digital Humanities, Archaeological Media Presence & Interactivity

Notes

Summer scholar in the 2013 NEH Summer Institute "Humanities Heritage 3D Visualization: Theory and Practice"

Member of the inaugural cohort of UCLA's Digital Humanities Graduate Certification Program

Published Illustrations:
Figures 26, 27, & 28 in: Papadopoulos, J.K. "The Motya Youth: Apollo Karneios, Art, and Tyranny in the Greek West". The Art Bulletin, 2014, XCVI(4). (FORTHCOMING)

Figures 1 & 4 in: Posnansky, Merrick. "Digging through Twentieth-Century Rubbish at Hani, Ghana." Historical Archaeology, 2013, 47(2):65-76.

Figures 1 & 3 in: Posnansky, Merrick. "Evolving Holistic Approaches to the Quaternary in East Africa". Backdirt: Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 2013: 78-87.

Courses Taught
Fall 2011: TA, AN N EA/HIST 103A - Ancient Egyptian Civilization
Winter 2012: TA, AN N EA/HIST 103B - Ancient Egyptian Civilization (Digital Humanities GE)

Publications

Chew, Kathryn. "Archaeology & Analytics: Tapping the Pulse of Social Media for Outreach, Education, and the Future of the Field". Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies 2013, Museen der Stadt Wien -- Stadtarchäologie.

Grants and Awards

Summer 2013: UCLA Graduate Summer Research Mentorship Award
2013:Steinmetz Travel Award for fieldwork in Egypt
2012 - 2013: UCLA Graduate Research Mentorship Yearlong Award
2012: Steinmetz Travel Award for fieldwork in Egypt
2012: Steinmetz Travel Award for fieldwork in Turkey
Summer 2012: UCLA Graduate Summer Research Mentorship Award
2011: Steinmetz Travel Award for fieldwork in Egypt
2010 - 2014: Eugene V. Cota-Robles Fellowship
June 2010 - August 2011: International Institute Recruitment Fellowship

Advisors

Dr. Willeke Wendrich
Dr. Christopher Johanson

Conference Presentations

2013. Archaeology & Analytics: Tapping the Pulse of Social Media for Outreach, Education, and the Future of the Field. Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies 18, Vienna, Austria.


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