I currently serve on the Outreach & Education Committee for the Archaeological Institute of America and was selected as a National Lecturer for the AIA in 2020-2021. I am also an active participant in the Skype a Scientist program and regularly speak to groups of all ages in person and online.
Recent Public Talks
▧ “Women Do Archaeology: Exploring Ancient Egypt in New England’s Academic Museums,” Haffenreffer Museum virtual lecture, Fall 2020
▧ “Practical Magic: Powerful Objects from Ancient Egypt,” virtual Art Study Center seminar at the Harvard Art Museums, Summer 2020
▧ “An Ancient Egyptian Magical Stele,” virtual Art Talk at the Harvard Art Museums, Summer 2020 [click to watch]
▧ “Journey to Ancient Egypt,” virtual interactive family program for Friends and Fellows of the Harvard Art Museums, Summer 2020
▧ “How Egyptian Art Works,” virtual Art Talk at the Harvard Art Museums, Spring 2020 [click to watch]
▧ “Words in the Landscape: Rock Inscriptions and the Egyptians’ Relationship to the Natural World,” TED-style talk and Q&A for the New Bedford Science Café, Spring 2019
▧ “Your Friendly Neighborhood Egyptologist,” interactive lecture for 250 6th-graders at Jonas Clarke Middle School, Spring 2019
▧ “Some Things You Might Not Know about Ancient Egypt,” interactive lecture for 200+ 6th-graders at E.R. Martin Middle School, Spring 2018
Check out my CV for more public talks and outreach projects.