Alexis E North
B.A. New York University, Double Major: Anthropology and Classics (2006)
Conservation of archaeological and ethnographic materials
Conservation and storage of human remains, Greek/Roman/Late Antique archaeology, mortuary traditions, imaging and documentation techniques.
Thesis: The Use of Hydroxyapatite as an Inorganic Consolidant for Archaeological Bone and Calcified Tissue
Grants and Awards
FAIC George Stout Grant, 2013
Steinmetz/Friends of Archaeology Summer Travel Grant, 2012
Dr. Ioanna Kakoulli
2012 UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Graduate Student Conference, "The Challenges in Retreating Previously Conserved Archaeological Ceramics: A Case Study from Bolivia."
2012 ANAGPIC Conference, Conservation Center at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, Dolph, B., Griswold, G., Mallinckrodt, C., Fuentes, A., Mahony, C., Neiman, M., North, A., Tzadik, C. "The Significance of Surface in Central African Masks: Pigment Identification of Polychrome Wood Masks from the Congo."
2013 (forthcoming) American Institute for Conservation, 41st Annual Meeting, North, A.*, Kakoulli, I. "Beyond the Visible: Macro and Forensic Imaging for the Documentation and Investigation of Archaeological Objects."
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