postdocs & research associates

Rozenn Bailleul-LeSuer

Research Associate - Oriental Institute

An Egyptologist and specialist on birds in ancient Egypt.

Gregory Marouard

Research Associate - Oriental Institute

Research focuses on Egypt in the 3rd millennium BC, but also the Hellenistic and Roman periods. Director of the excavations at Dendara, co-director of the Tell Edfu project, senior archaeologist at the Wadi Jarf (a harbor of King Khufu on the Red Sea Coast), and director of a project on a newly discovered early Roman period emporion of Kom ed-Dahab in the delta.

Postdoctoral Fellow - Oriental Institute

An archaeologist of the ancient Near East, focusing on Anatolia, Assyria, and the northern Levant in the second and first millennia BCE. In her work, Morgan seeks to reevaluate conventional narratives of sociopolitical organization and development, particularly as they intersect with themes of power and gender; combining analyses of material culture, architecture, and urbanism with anthropological theory and historical criticism, her research explores the ways non-elites experienced and contributed to the construction of group identities in the ancient world.

She is the organizer of the 2019 Oriental Institute Symposium: Pomp, Circumstance, and the Performance of Politics: Acting ‘Politically Correct’ in the Ancient World

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