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Alina Karapandzich

UGA Arch

I graduated from the College of Wooster in 2018 with a BA in archaeology and classical studies (emphasis on classical languages). Since graduating, I have worked at a public library as a youth services associate (yes, this included organizing story times for young children) and then lived in Paraguay for two years with my partner who is Paraguayan.

I have done archaeological work in Italy, Greece, and Cyprus. My undergraduate research primarily focused on the Late Bronze Age-Early Iron Age transition in the eastern Mediterranean. I hope to continue this area of research while expanding into the Balkans--my ancestral homelands as a Serbian-American.

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