Anne is a graduate student on the archaeology track. After receiving her BA in Classics from Grinnell College in 2010, she completed her MA in Classical Archaeology at The University of Arizona in 2012. Her MA thesis traces the production, consumption, and networks surrounding stone vases throughout the Bronze Age at several sites in Crete. Anne has spent time studying in Sicily with the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Sicily, and in Greece on the Summer Session with the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. She has also conducted fieldwork at Poggio Colla, Mitrou, and the Athenian Agora. Her research interests span from the Aegean Bronze Age to Archaic Sicily and include the rise of state and city-state systems, colonization and cultural contact, and intersections between the textual and material records.