Helen Wong

Helen received a B.A. in History and Classical Studies from Brandeis University and an MSt in Classical Archaeology from Keble College, University of Oxford. Her thesis, "Forming Kraters in Cyprus: A Petrographic and 3D Scanned Exploration of Iron Age Cypriot Ceramic Continuity," was a petrographic study, conducted with CMRAE at MIT, of a set of kraters held at the Harvard Museum of the Ancient Near East. Her current research interests focus on imperialism, generational memory, and the intersection of social and physical landscapes in Hellenistic Asia Minor and the Levant. She has excavated in Greece, Turkey, and Israel and has practical experience with petrography, geophysical prospection, and 3D data analysis.