Katelin McCullough

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Classical Roman Archaeology

Entering Class of 2013McCullough 2015

Katelin received her B.A. in Classical Archaeology and Anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin and her M.A. in Classical Archaeology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  Her Master’s Thesis, entitled The Inclusion and Negotiation of the Appropriate Female Presence in Public: Thamugadi and Cuicul, discusses the specific economic context of the North African region and its impact on how women were included within public spaces according to distinctly local patterns.  Her focus is in the archaeology of the Roman provinces with special interests in sculpture and epigraphy.  She is interested in the excavation of complex urban sites and has participated in excavations in Belize, Italy, Romania, Israel, and Spain.

Murphey Hall 114


Email: kdm956ATliveDOTuncDOTedu

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