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Lisa Palacios
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Juan Manuel Palomo Mijangos
jmpalomo@email.arizona.edu
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Saffo Papantonopoulou
Anthropology and Middle East Studies Dual PhD
My research is focused on the history and urban geography of Thessaloniki. Thessaloniki is currently the second capital of Greece, but was previously the second capital of the Ottoman empire. I am interested in tracing Thessaloniki's transformation from an Ottoman port city to a Greek city. In my...
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Danielle Phelps
dophelps@email.arizona.edu
Danielle Phelps is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in the Mediterranean Archaeology Program in the School of Anthropology. She received her M.A. in Art History with a focus in Ancient Egyptian Art and Archaeology from the University of Memphis in 2009. Her M.A. thesis focused on an art histoical...
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Evelyn Pickering
evelynp@email.arizona.edu
Evelyn Pickering is currently seeking her PhD in Sociocultural Anthropology with a focus in Applied Anthropology at the University of Arizona.  
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Mairead K. Poulin
Graduate Associate
mkpoulin@email.arizona.edu
Office: Haury 402 (Southwest Archaeology Lab)
Mairead Poulin is a PhD student in the Archaeology program. Her research interests center on the ways that communities of the past and present engage with ancestral iconography in everyday practices, particularly in identity-based, memory-driven, and placemaking practices. She prioritizes the...
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Sydney Pullen
spullen@email.arizona.edu
I'm originally from South Carolina, where I completed my undergraduate education at the University of South Carolina in 2011. Broadly, I am interested in education inequities and alternative education models, in both formal and nonformal contexts. The big question that I frequently think about is:...
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