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October 18, 2017


Sarah Ketchley, University of Washington

Sarah Ketchley trained as an Egyptologist at the University of Birmingham in the U.K. specializing in art history of the first millennium BC. She is based in Near Eastern Languages and Civilization at the University of Washington, where she has been a visiting scholar, lecturer and is a now Digital Humanities Project Manager for an Ottoman poetry project. She has been working at the intersection of traditional humanities and digital methodologies since 2011, encoding historical texts, and creating mapping visualizations, databases and digital exhibits.

Sarah’s current research interests centre on the Nile travel journals of Mrs. Emma B. Andrews, mistress of one of the early excavators in the Valley of the Kings, including biographical research and the development of an online archive of related historical material. 


Sharon Sultana, Heritage Malta

Sharon Sultana is the Senior Curator of the National Museum of Archaeology, Valletta, MALTA. Being responsible for the national archaeological collections and the archival material in the museum’s library, her research interests include past excavations’ field notebooks and correspondences of past archaeologists. She is currently carrying out background research for her PhD proposal and is interested in Life Writings. She has authored a number of papers and is co-editor of ‘Tesserae’, Heritage Malta’s biannual publication.

Welcome, Sarah and Sharon, and many thanks for joining our community!

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