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Teresa P. Raczek

traczek@kennesaw.edu  

Education

PhD    University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Anthropology, December, 2007

Dissertation: Shared Histories: Technology and Community at Gilund and Bagor, Rajasthan, India (c. 3000-1700 BC)

 MA       University of Chicago, Chicago, Social Sciences, June, 2001

Thesis: Migration and Social Change in the Late Deccan Chalcolithic, India

 BA       Barnard College, Columbia University, New York City, History, May 1991

Academic Appointments

Kennesaw State University,  Fall 2011-Present

Associate Professor, Anthropology (Fall 2015-present)

Assistant Professor, Anthropology (Fall 2011-Spring 2015)         

·        Affiliated with Asian Studies

University of New Hampshire, Fall 2007-Spring 2011                        

Lecturer, Department of Anthropology

University of Pennsylvania, Summer 2007                                      

Lecturer, Department of Anthropology

Edited Volumes (* indicates peer-reviewed publication)

 2014    Shinde, Vasant, Teresa P. Raczek, and Gregory Possehl Gilund Report on Excavations: The Artifacts and Other Studies. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Museum Press.*

 2013    Shinu Abraham, Praveena Gullapalli, Teresa P. Raczek, and Uzma Rizvi. Connections and Complexity: New Approaches to the Archaeology of South and Central Asia. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press.*

 2010    Raczek, Teresa P. and Vasant Shinde. The Gilund Project: Excavations in Regional Context. Proceedings of the 19th Meeting of the European Association of South Asian Archaeology in Ravenna, Italy, July 2007. South Asian Archaeology 2007: Special Sessions 2. BAR International Series 2132. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.

 2006     Fritz, John M., Robert P. Brubaker, and Teresa P. Raczek. Vijayanagara Archaeological Exploration, 1990-2000: Papers in Memory of Channabasappa S. Patil. New Delhi: Manohar.

Articles (* indicates peer-reviewed publication)

2018 Raczek, Teresa P., Namita Sugandhi, Prabodh Shirvalkar, and Lalit Pandey. Artifact Reuse and Mixed Archaeological Contexts at Chatrikhera, Rajasthan. In Walking with the Unicorn. Social Organization and Material Culture in Ancient South Asia – Jonathan Mark Kenoyer Felicitation Volume. Eds. Dennys Frenez, Gregg M. Jamison, Randall W. Law, Massimo Vidale and Richard H. Meadow, 486-494. Oxford: Archaeopress. 

 2017 Raczek, Teresa P. “Mewar and Deccan: Comparing Chalcolithic Society and Economy of Two Connected Regions” In Deccan: Culture, Heritage and Literature. Eds. Mohammed Nazrul Bari and H. M. Maheshwariah, pp. 96-104. Manak Publishers, Ltd.

 2016 Raczek, Teresa P. The Ahar Culture and Others: Social Spectrums of the Mewar Plain. In A Companion to South Asia in the Past. Eds. Gwen Robbins Schug and S. R. Walimbe, pp. 225-239. Wiley Blackwell.

 2015 Sugandhi, Namita, Teresa P. Raczek, Prabodh Shirvalkar, Charles K. Brummeler, and Lalit Pandey. Methods and Problems in the Site Census Approach:  A View from Mewar through Archaeology and Ethnohistory. Heritage: Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology 3 (2015): 163-179.*

 2015     Raczek, Teresa P., Namita Sugandhi, Prabodh Shirvalkar, and Lalit Pandey. Mewar Plain Archaeological Assessment. SAA Current Research 266, http://www.saa.org/CurrentResearch/pdf/saa_cro_266_The_Mewar_Plain_Archaeolo.pdf.

 2014    Raczek, Teresa P. Lithics from Gilund. In Gilund Report on Excavations: The Artifacts and Other Studies. Eds. Vasant Shinde, Teresa P. Raczek, and Gregory Possehl, pp. 211-225. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Museum Press.*

 2014    Possehl Gregory L., Teresa P. Raczek, and Vasant Shinde. Excavations at Gilund 1999–2005: The Artifacts and Other Studies. In Gilund Report on Excavations: The Artifacts and Other Studies. Eds. Vasant Shinde, Teresa P. Raczek, and Gregory Possehl, pp. 1-9. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Museum Press.*

 2014    Vasant Shinde, Teresa P. Raczek, and Gregory L. Possehl. Synthesizing Gilund: A Summary and Discussion of Excavation Finds. In Gilund Report on Excavations: The Artifacts and Other Studies. Eds. Vasant Shinde, Teresa P. Raczek, and Gregory Possehl, pp. 231-235. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Museum Press.*

 2013    Raczek, Teresa P. Technology and Everyday Crafts: Identifying Traces of Shared Histories in the Archaeological Record. In Connections and Complexity: New Approaches to the Archaeology of South and Central Asia. Eds. S. Abraham, P. Gullapalli, T. Raczek, and U. Rizvi, pp. 341-354. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press.*

 2013    Shinu Abraham, Praveena Gullapalli, Teresa P. Raczek, and Uzma Rizvi.* Introduction. In Connections and Complexity: New Approaches to the Archaeology of South and Central Asia. Eds. Shinu Abraham, Praveena Gullapalli, Teresa Raczek, and Uzma Rizvi, pp. 15-34. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press.

 2012     Raczek, Teresa P. Hominin Migration in South Asia and Raw Material Sources in the Banas-Berach Basin. Quaternary International 269: 59-67.*

 2011    Raczek, Teresa P. Mobility, Economic Strategies, and Social Networks: Investigating Movement in the Mewar Plain of Rajasthan. Asian Perspectives 50(1/2): 24-52.*

 2011     Raczek, Teresa P., Namita Sugandhi, Prabodh Shirvalkar, and Lalit Pandey Researching a Living Site: Articulating the Intersection of Collaboration and Heritage in a Transnational Village. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 26(2):119-135.*

 2010     Raczek, Teresa P. and Namita Sugandhi. In the Heart of the Village: Exploring Archaeological Remains in Chatrikhera Village, Rajasthan, India. Expedition 52(1):22-30.*

 2010    Sugandhi Namita, Teresa P. Raczek, Prabodh Shirvalkar, and Lalit Pandey. The Chatrikhera Research Project. Antiquity 84(325). http://antiquity.ac.uk/projgall/sugandhi325/

 2010     Raczek, Teresa P. In the Context of Copper:  Indian Lithics in the Third Millennium BC. In Lithic Technology in Metal Using Societies. Ed. Berit Eriksen, pp. 187-201. Højbjerg: Jutland Archaeological Society.

 2010     Raczek, Teresa P. Contextualizing Gilund: A Comparative Analysis of Technology. In The Gilund Project: Excavations in Regional Context. Proceedings of the 19th Meeting of the European Association of South Asian Archaeology in Ravenna, Italy, July 2007. South Asian Archaeology 2007: Special Sessions 2. BAR International Series 2132. Eds. Teresa P. Raczek and Vasant Shinde, pp. 33-40. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.

 2010 Shinde, Vasant and Teresa P. Raczek. Introduction: A Review of the Gilund Excavations and Related Research. In, The Gilund Project: Excavations in Regional Context. Proceedings of the 19th Meeting of the European Association of South Asian Archaeology in Ravenna, Italy, July 2007. South Asian Archaeology 2007: Special Sessions 2. BAR International Series 2132. Eds. Teresa P. Raczek and Vasant Shinde, pp. 1-5. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.

 2006     Fritz, John M., Robert P. Brubaker, and Teresa P. Raczek. Introduction. In, Vijayanagara Archaeological Exploration, 1990-2000: Papers in Memory of Channabasappa S. Patil. Eds. Fritz, John M., Robert P. Brubaker and Teresa P. Raczek, pp. 9-12. New Delhi: Manohar.

 2005     Dibble, Harold L., Teresa P. Raczek, and Shannon P. McPherron. Evaluating Excavator Bias: A Case Study from the Site of Pech de l’Azé IV. Journal of Field Archaeology 30(3):317-328.*  

 2005     Raczek, Teresa P. Review of Lithic Raw Material Economies in Late Glacial and Postglacial Europe. PaleoAnthropology 2:6-8.

 2003     Raczek, Teresa P. Subsistence Strategies and Burial Rituals: Social Practices in the Late Deccan Chalcolithic. Asian Perspectives 42(2):247-266.*

Editorial Work and Prize Committees

Member of Editorial Board, Ancient India, 2016-presentMember of Editorial Board, Heritage: Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology, 2014-present

Judge, National Geographic Society Idea Prize, 2015

 

 

Grants, Fellowships, and Awards

Awards

KSU CHSS Distinguished Early Career Award   2015 

External Research and Travel Funds

National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend ($6000), 2017

National Geographic Research and Exploration Grant ($19,961), 2012

American Philosophical Society Franklin Research Grant ($3,000), 2011

William J. Fulbright Foundation Fellowship (~$5,000), 2004-5   

Internal Research and Travel Funds

KSU Strategic Internationalization Grant ($9,000), 2015-16

KSU CHSS Global Engagement Award ($4,000), 2015-16

KSU CHSS Summer Research Grant ($6,000), 2015

KSU Strategic Internationalization Grant ($10,000), 2014-15

KSU Creative Activities and Research Experiences for Teams Award ($5,500), 2013-14

KSU CHSS Global Engagement Award ($5,000), 2012-13

KSU CHSS Grant Incentive Fund Award ($500), 2012

KSU CHSS Manuscript Completion Program Award (course release), 2012

KSU Writing Across the Curriculum Fellowship ($1,000), 2012

UNH Faculty Development Grant ($1,190), 2010

UNH Humanities Center Programs and Projects Grant ($2,928), 2009

University of Pennsylvania Travel Support ($300,$300, $300), 2004, 2005, 2006

 

Archaeological Research Projects

Mewar Plain Archaeological Assessment, Rajasthan, India (KSU), 2009-present

Project Co-Director –Planned, proposed, funded, and executed archaeological research on third millennium BC sites in the central Mewar Plain. Collaborative project with Indian and American scholars. Includes the following sub-projects:  

·        Panchmata Archaeological Research Project, Rajasthan, India (KSU), 2014-16

·        Jawasiya Archaeological Research Project, Rajasthan, India (KSU), 2012-14

·        Chatrikhera Archaeological Research Project, Rajasthan, India (KSU, UNH), 2009-12

Mewar Plain Lithics and Raw Material Project (University of Pennsylvania), 2005, 2006

Dissertation Researcher –Analyzed lithics from sites of Gilund and Bagor. Conducted lithic raw material survey in southern area of Mewar Plain, Rajasthan, India.

Gilund Excavations, Rajasthan, India (University of Pennsylvania), 2003, 2004, 2005

Area Supervisor –Planned and executed area excavations at habitation mound site (c. 3000 BC - AD200). Wrote final reports, analyzed all lithics. Supervised and trained graduate and undergraduate students, local workers.

Roc de Marsal and Pech de L’Aze, France (University of Pennsylvania), 2002, 2003, 2004

Lab Supervisor – Managed all aspects of lab operations at Middle Paleolithic cave site; supervised and trained students in analyzing, documenting, and preparing artifacts for museum storage; field-tested new data-collection software and provided feedback to programmers; performed own research project.

Vermejo Ranch Excavations, NM (Southwest Archaeological Consultants), 2000, 2001

Field Technician – Participated in Phase III excavations of Pueblo and historic sites in New Mexico including lithic scatters and single and double room masonry habitations; prepared reports.

Pueblo Blanco Field School, NM (Arizona State University), 1999

Student – Excavated at large Pueblo; assisted with site mapping, flotation, and preliminary artifact analysis; prepared final reports.

Nels Nelson Archaeology Lab, NYC (American Museum of Natural History), 1997, 1998

Volunteer – Sorted, measured, and analyzed beads from Santa Catalina de Gaule in North American Archaeology Lab. Assisted in analysis and curation of North American and Mesoamerican pottery collections; created database.

Jacobs Well Historic Field School, Nevada (University of Nevada, Reno), 1996

Student – Assisted in excavation of Pony Express Stop; participated in survey and site mapping. 

Vijayanagara Research Project, Hampi, India (Smithsonian Institution), 1992-3

Field Assistant and Database Manager – Surveyed and mapped features of the Medieval City of Vijayanagara; maintained database for all collected research.   

Sessions Organized

 “Engendered Archaeologies: Intersubjectivity in Archaeological Heritage Practice and Interpretation” Co-organized with Tiffany Cain at the Society for American Archaeology, April 2016, Orlando, FL. Sponsored by the Women in Archaeology Interest Group.

 “Complexity and Technology in South Asia and the Old World: Papers in Honor of Gregory L. Possehl.” Co-organized with Praveena Gullapalli at the Society for American Archaeology, April 2009, Atlanta.

 “Recent Research in South Asian Archaeology – Part One: Prehistory and the Indus Civilization.” At the Society for American Archaeology, April 2007, Austin, Texas.

 “Implications of Indian Pasts: Meaning, History, and Practice in South Asian Archaeology.” Co-organized with Namita Sugandhi at the American Anthropological Association, November-December, 2005, Washington, D.C.

 “Gilund Excavations 1999-2005: Preliminary Analysis of Artifacts.” At the Conference on South Asia, October 2005, Madison, Wisconsin.

Invited Talks and Discussant Role

Discussant, in the session, “Enduring Culture History: Constructions of Past Communities and Identities in the Twenty-First Century,” at the Society for American Archaeology, April 2017, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

 “Archaeology and the Public: An American Perspective” Deccan College, Pune, India, January, 2015.

 “Directing Under the Influence of Gender: Experiences Directing International Excavation Projects,” in the conference, “Women in Archaeology,” University of Pennsylvania, March 2014, Philadelphia, PA.

 Discussant, in the session “Current Multiscalar Research in South Asian Archaeology,” at the Society for American Archaeology, April 2014, Austin, TX.

 Discussant, 6th Annual South Asian Archaeology Workshop, Pratt Institute, April 2014 New York, NY.

Presentations

Society for American Archaeology

“Women’s labor and scholarship production in archaeology: celebrating the mentorship of Rita P. Wright,” presented in the session, “Urbanism, Technology, and Identity: Celebrating the Comparative Archaeology of Rita Wright,” with Namita Sugandhi, April 2018, Washington, D.C.

 “Microregions and Materiality: Artifact Analysis at Panchmata, India,” presented in the Session, “Archaeology of India,” April 2017, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

 “‘I don’t know all of these stories’: Method and Intention in Community-Oriented Research and Heritage Projects” presented in the session, “Engendered Archaeologies: Intersubjectivity in Archaeological Heritage Practice and Interpretation,” April 2016, Orlando, FL.

 “A Plethora of Possibilities: Evaluating Debitage from Large Habitation Mounds” presented in the session, Global Perspectives on Lithic Technologies in Complex Societies, April 2015, San Francisco, CA.

 “Mitigating Impact and Maximizing Research: Creative Excavation at Chatrikhera, Rajasthan, India.” Poster presented with Namita Sugandhi, April 2012, Memphis, TN.

 “When Possessions are Few: Mobility, Materiality, and Minimalism in Northwest India,” April 2011, Sacramento, CA

 “Chai and Collaboration: Making Agreements in Northwest India,” April 2010, St. Louis, MO.

 “Complexity and Technology in South Asia and the Old World: The work and impact of Gregory L. Possehl,” with Praveena Gullapalli, April 2009, Atlanta, GA.

 “Examining Old World Lithic Assemblages with New World Approaches,” March 2008, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

 “Putting the ‘Lithic’ Back in the Chalcolithic: South Asian Technology in Transition.” Presented in the session, “Recent Research in South Asian Archaeology – Prehistory and the Indus Civilization,” April 2007, Austin, Texas.

 “Historic Period Prehistory: Using the Texts of our Archaeological Ancestors for Non-textual Time Periods,” April 2006, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

 “Chronological Conundrums: Some Thoughts on Early South Asian Sequences,” with Namita Sugandhi, April 2004, Montreal, Canada.

 “Sacred in the Small: A Study of Non-monumental Space in the City of Vijayanagara,” April 2003, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

 “Beyond Settlement and Subsistence: An Investigation into Social Practices in the Late Deccan Chalcolithic,” April 2001, New Orleans, LA.

European Association for South Asian Art and Archaeology

“Refining Chronologies through the Mewar Plain Archaeological Assessment” with Prabodh Shirvalkar and Lalit Pandey, July 2018, Naples, Italy.

 “Microregional analysis: The Mewar Plain Archaeological Assessment and Excavations at Panchmata,” with Prabodh Shirvalkar, Esha Prasad, and Lalit Pandey, July 2016, Cardiff, Wales, UK.

 Livestock and Landscapes: Searching for Migratory Pastoralists using Biogenic Isotopes from Harappan Gujarat and Adjacent Regions,” 6th author with Brad Chase, David Meiggs, P. Ajithprasad, Lalit Pandey, and Prabodh Shirvalkar, July 2016, Cardiff, Wales, UK.

 “Mobility and Microliths: Analyzing Technology at Jawasiya,” with Prabodh Shirvalkar and Lalit Pandey, July 2014, Stockholm, Sweden.

 “Recent Research at Chatrikhera,” with Namita Sugandhi, Prabodh Shirvalkar and Lalit Pandey, July 2012, Paris, France.

 “Artifact Reuse and Mixed Archaeological Contexts at Chatrikhera, Rajasthan,” July 2010, Vienna, Austria.

 “Contextualizing Gilund: A Comparative Analysis of Lithic Technology,” Presented in the session, “The Gilund Project: A Comprehensive Review of Excavations,” July 2007, Ravenna, Italy.

American Anthropological Association

“How Archaeology Matters to Children: Lessons Learned from Children’s Books on the Indus Civilization,” November-December 2017, Washington, D.C.

 “Collecting the Scattered Remains of the Past: Materiality and Memory in Rajasthan, India” Presented in the session, “Identity and Materiality,” December 2009, Philadelphia, PA.

 “Social Difference, Technology, and Scale,” November-December 2007, Washington, D.C.

 “From the Trowel to The Times: Representations of Archaeology in the Indian Media.” Presented in the session, “Implications of Indian Pasts: Meaning, History, and Practice in South Asian Archaeology,” November-December 2005, Washington, D.C.

Annual Conference on South Asia

 “A-B and C: A geographical exploration into interaction between the Ahar-Banas and the Indus Region,” October 2009, Madison, Wisconsin.

  “Collaborative Ethnographic Archaeology: Combining Oral History and Archaeology in Rajasthan,” October 2009, Madison, Wisconsin.

 “Technology Amongst Neighbors: Lithics at Bagor and Gilund.” Presented in the session, “Gilund Excavations 1999-2005: Preliminary Analysis of Artifacts,” October 2006, Madison, Wisconsin.

 “Stone Tools at Gilund: A Preliminary Consideration of Technology and Economy.” Presented in the session, “Gilund Excavations 1999-2005: Preliminary Analysis of Artifacts,” October 2005, Madison, Wisconsin. 

Other Conferences  and Workshops (Selected)

“How archaeology matters to children: Lessons learned from children’s books on the Indus Civilization” at the 10th annual South Asia Archaeology Workshop, April 2018, Brooklyn, NY.

 “Broken and Invisible: Rendering the Unseen as Seen in the Archaeological Record,” in the session Breaking and Broken: Envisioning Intention and Purpose from Fragments, at the Theoretical Archaeology Group, USA, May, 2013, Chicago, IL.

"Chai and Conversation: Hierarchy and Collaborative Archaeology in Northwest India.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Louise J. Kolb Foundation, October, 2009, Philadelphia, PA.

“Excavating Typologies: Investigating Variation in South Asian Core Categories.” Presented at 1st Annual South Asian Archaeology Workshop, May 2008, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

“Stone Tool Production of Farmers and Herders: Indian Lithic Technology in an Age of
Copper.”  Presented in the session, “Lithic Technology in Metal Using Societies” at l’Union Internationale des Sciences Préhistoriques et Protohistoriques, September 2006, Lisbon, Portugal.

“Technology, Craft, and Community: A Study of Lithics from Gilund and Bagor, India.” Presented at the Louise J. Kolb Foundation Fellows Conference, May, 2006, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 “The Possibility and Impossibility of a Subaltern Archaeology.”  Presented at the Cornell Graduate Student Conference on South Asian Studies, March 2004, Ithaca, NY.

Teaching

Classes Taught:

KSU Honors

Anthropology of Money and Things Seminar, Introduction to Anthropology

KSU Anthropology

Heritage and Conflict, Engaged Archaeology, Archaeology of Identity, Archaeology of Asia, Global Migration from Prehistory to the Present, Archaeology of Political and Economic Systems, Principles of Archaeology, Introduction to Anthropology (4-field), Social Issues: Perspectives in Anthropology

KSU Asian Studies

Archaeology of Asia

KSU Education Abroad

Ethnoarchaeology, Indian Culture and Society, Practicum in Archaeology, Directed Applied Research in Archaeology

UNH Anthropology

Archaeology in Popular Culture, History of Anthropological Theory, Issues in Contemporary Anthropological Theory, Archaeology of Asia, Archaeology of Identity, The Aztecs, Adventures in Archaeology, Peoples and Cultures of South Asia, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

UPenn Anthropology

Introduction to Anthropology; Teaching Assistant for Writing about India: Ancient and Modern, Archaeology of South Asia, Introduction to Archaeology, Anthropology and the Modern World: Iraq and Iran

 Program Director

·        Ancient India Study Abroad

·        Craft and Society: Study abroad in India

 Internship Coordinator (Fall 2012-Summer 2018)

·        Advising approximately 30 anthropology interns per year 

Teaching Fellowship

Writing Across the Curriculum Fellow (AY 2012)

Academic Advising

 Kennesaw State University

·        Approximately 25 anthropology majors and minors per year

·        International Archaeology Day annual community event

·        18 Students conducting archaeology research in India (6 separate field seasons)

·       37 Independent studies

·       6 Student presentations at Georgia Academy of Sciences; 1 student winner of best anthropology paper at Georgia Academy of Sciences

·       9 students presenting research posters at KSU Center for Education Teaching and Learning Student Symposium of Scholars

·       2 Anthropology Honors Theses

University of New Hampshire

·       2 Senior theses

·       Member of 1 senior thesis committee

Mentorship

 Student Scholarships, Fellowships, Graduate School, and Awards

·       12 Students placed in graduate schools across the globe, many with fellowships

·       3 Student winners of Benjamin A. Gilman scholarship

·       5 Student winners of KSU Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity awards

·       1 Student winner of Best Undergraduate Anthropology paper, Georgia Academy of Science

Professional  Service

University

Year of India Planning Committee, 2016-2017

Honors Faculty Council, 2014-2017

Education Abroad Committee, 2015-2017

Year of the Arabian Peninsula Planning Committee, 2013-15

India Day Planning Committee, 2014

General Education Council, 2012-13

College

College of Humanities and Social Sciences International Committee, 2012-16

College of Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum Committee, 2015-16

Department

Advisor, Student Anthropology Club, 2016-present

Coordinator and Faculty Liaison, Anthropology Alumni Book Club, 2015-present

Coordinator, International Archaeology Day, 2014-present

Coordinator, Anthropology Internships, 2012-Present

Chair, Physical Anthropology Search Committee, 2015-16

Chair, Department Curriculum Committee, 2015-16

Member, Department Curriculum Committee, 2011-15

National

Anthropology Section Chair, Georgia Academy of Science, 2013-2017

Peer Reviewer for NSF, National Geographic, Fulbright, various journals, 2010-present

Board Member, Friends of Fulbright India, 2007-10

Professional Affiliations

Member, European Association for South Asian Archaeology and Art

Member, Society for American Archaeology

Member, American Anthropological Association

Member, Georgia Academy of Sciences

Member, American Institute for Pakistan Studies

Fellow, Louise J. Kolb Society

Professional Experience

Technical Editor, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago, 2000
Compiled bibliography and proof-read articles for Forager-Traders in South and Southeast Asia, edited by Kathleen Morrison and Laura Junker. Published by Cambridge University Press in 2002. 

Coordinator, Government/Community Relations, American Museum of Natural History, 1996-9
Prepared grant applications; researched grant opportunities; monitored federal legislation including NAGPRA related amendments. Implemented community outreach program. Supervised interns.

Youth Worker, Goddard Riverside Community Center, New York, New York, 1992-6
Managed after-school and evening program for teens.  Taught SAT preparation, computers, and job skills. Counseled teens on personal and academic issues. Led international educational trips.

Languages

Proficient Hindi (written and spoken), Spanish, and French

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