Roselyn Campbell

Education

B.A. Anthropology, University of Montana

M.A. Anthropology, University of Montana

M.A. Anthropology, University of Montana

Areas of Interest

Bioarchaeology and Mortuary Archaeology, Egyptian Archaeology, Archaeological Excavation and Survey, Archaeological Photography and Illustration

Profile

Rose Campbell earned both a B.A. and an M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Montana, focusing on archaeology and bioarchaeology. Her primary research interests include Egyptian archaeology and mortuary archaeology in the Mediterranean, particularly the influence of cross-cultural contact on mortuary behavior. Rose’s master’s thesis analyzed the uninscribed tombs in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, Egypt. Before joining the Cotsen Institute, Rose conducted fieldwork in Egypt, Spain, Peru, and the western United States.

Research

Egyptian archaeology and mortuary archaeology in the Mediterranean, particularly the influence of cross-cultural contact on mortuary behavior.

Field Experience

Egypt, Spain, Peru, and the western United States

Publications

Mummies around the World contributor Gebelein Man, Giovanni Batista Belzoni (November 2015, Grauballe Man, Juanita, LindowABC-CLIO) Man, Seth, Sir Grafton ElliotSmith, Tollund Man

Encyclopedia of World contributor Apis, Bastet, Geb, Nut, Sekhmet, Seth,Mythology (Lincoln Library Shu, Sphinx, TefnutPress, forthcoming)

Unpublished Monograph co-author Osseous and Mollusc Remains(with Dr. from Tell Timai, 2009 andJames Pokines) 2010 Field Seasons

Unpublished Report contributor Garnet/Sierra Mine Mapping Project Fall 2009

Presentations

March 12, 2016 Lecture, “Smiting and Sacrificing: The Role of Sanctioned Violence in Ancient Egypt,” American Research Center in Egypt, Orange County

August 26, 2015 Lecture, “Pyramid Power,” Artifakes and Aliens class, University of California Los Angeles August 21, 2015 Lecture, “Behind the Scenes: Mummies in Egypt,” Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

March 18, 2015 Lecture, “Paleoradiology of Egyptian Mummies: A CT imaging survey of cancer in ancient remains,” Egypt Exploration Organization, Los Angeles, California

January 11, 2014 Lecture, “The South Tombs Cemetery at Tell el-Amarna,” American Research Center in Egypt, Orange County Chapter, Santa Ana, California

April 28, 2013 Lecture, “The South Tombs Cemetery at Tell el-Amarna,” Wep-Waut in Westwood, Los Angeles, California

April 6, 2013 Lecture, “The South Tombs Cemetery at Tell el-Amarna,” Egypt Exploration Organization, Los Angeles, California

April 17, 2012 Lecture, “Mortuary Archaeology in Egypt,” Forensic and Mortuary Archaeology class, University of Montana

March 17, 2011 Lecture, “Mortuary Archaeology in Egypt,” Forensic and Mortuary Archaeology class, University of Montana

April 1, 2009 Lecture, “Archaeology in Missoula's Backyard: Excavations at Coloma,” Montana Archaeology Month

Presentations at Academic Conferences

April 2016 Lecture, “Smiting Pharaohs: Violence and Power in Ancient Egypt,” Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida

April 2015 Poster (co-author), “Paleoradiology of Egyptian Mummies: A CT imaging survey of cancer in ancient remains,” American Research Center in Egypt Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas

March 2015 Lecture, “Creating a Standardized Methodology for Recording Trauma in Human Remains,” American Association of Physical Anthropologists Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri

April 2014 Poster, “Infant and Child Burials at a Formative Period Site in the Lake Titicaca Basin, Peru,” American Association of Physical Anthropology Annual Meeting, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

April 2014 Lecture, “Reading between the Lines: A Comparison of Bioarchaeological and Literary Evidence for Cancer,” Paleopathology Association Annual Meeting, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

April 2014 Poster, “Cancer in Egypt: A Survey of the Literary and Bioarchaeological Evidence,” American Research Center in Egypt Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon

April 2012 Lecture, (co-author with Dr. Donald P. Ryan), “Left Behind: Abandoned Artifacts and the Priorities of Earlier Archaeologists in the Valley of the Kings,” Poster for American Research Center in Egypt Annual Meeting, Providence, Rhode Island

October 2011 Poster, Co-Author (with Kristen Barnett), “Dust, Debitage, and Dietary Resources: A Square Butte Progress Report,” Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting, Sacramento, California

April 2010 Poster, “Corset Stays and Tea Sets: The Archaeology of Women and Children in the American Mining West,” Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri

Awards

2015 International Institute Fieldwork Fellowship, University of California Los Angeles 

2014 Graduate Summer Research Mentorship, University of California Los Angeles

2013-2014 Graduate Research Mentorship ( “ The Bioarchaeology of Sanctioned Violence,” with Dr. Willeke Wendrich), University of California Los Angeles

2013 Graduate Summer Research Mentorship (“The  Bioarchaeology of Violence, ” with Dr. Willeke  Wendrich) University of California Los Angeles 2013 Steinmetz Award for travel (declined), University of California Los Angeles

 2013 Irving and Jean Stone Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles

2011 Nomination, Bertha Morten Fellowship, University of Montana

2010-2011 James Keyser Scholarship, University of Montana

2009 Taylor-Jensen scholarship, University of Montana 2008 Roderick Smith Scholarship, University of Montana

2007 Community College Honors Scholarship, Flathead Valley Community College

2007, 2006 National Dean’s List

2005 Humanities Division Scholarship, Flathead Valley Community College

2003 Honors Scholarship, Flathead Valley Community College 

Advisors

Dr. Willeke Wendrich and Dr. Kara Cooney