Kat has her MA in Classical Archaeology from UBC, where she first became involved with the project. Its Media and Communications director, she is the voice of the project and all of its public dealings. When she's not glued to her computer, she can be found digging things up and obsessing over the Romans.

Learning to Label Properly with the Bahrain Collection

Everyone has family heirlooms kicking around in their basements, attics, garages, spare bedrooms; things that your parents or grandparents considered absolutely too important to throw out. In my family, this can range anywhere from my dad’s old report card to every issue of Time Magazine ever. Imagine, though, looking through…

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Using Plato for Quantum Mechanics – Becca Napolitano

This is the first blog in our series featuring graduate students who are working in Digital Antiquity.  We hope this inspires you to follow both their work and maybe take your own in a new digital direction. My first year digging at Coriglia, there was an exuberant red-headed ball of…

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50 Shades of Brown – Phase 2 of Learning what Archaeology Really Is

On a Monday morning, at the ungodly hour of 7:45 am (ok so not so early compared to other archaeological digs but I really hate mornings), I looked out over the enormity that is trench C at Coriglia and muttered under my breath “everything the light touches is your kingdom.” …

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A Hidden Heart – The Other Half of the Dream Team

In October, we had a post about Chelsea Gardner and the work she did to initiate the project in 2013.  Our next post in our student profile series is about Lisa Tweten, the other Project Co-Director. Our project is outspoken, loud, well-advertised and overall more involved than your average academic…

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