Kathryn Howley

Kathryn Howley

Christ's College, University of Cambridge
2017 Grant Recipient

Publication of F. Ll. Griffith's Excavations at Sanam Temple, 1912

Dr. Kathryn Howley is Lady Wallis Budge Junior Research Fellow in Egyptology at Christ’s College, University of Cambridge. She specializes in the archaeology and material culture of ancient Egypt and Sudan in the first millennium BC, and is particularly interested in questions of how and why material culture travels across borders. She received her PhD from Brown University in 2015, where she studied the extent and nature of the cultural contact between Nubia and Egypt in the mid-first millennium BC through an analysis of the burial assemblages excavated at the royal pyramid tombs at Nuri in Sudan. She currently serves as assistant editor for the Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections, and is involved with several field projects in Sudan and Egypt.  


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