Dr Serena Love is an archaeologist and has spent the past 24 years working at various sites in Egypt, Turkey, Israel, and Iraq. Her fascination with archaeology was cultivated from a young age that solidified when she studied at the American University in Cairo (1994-1995) and she continued to earn a PhD (2010) from Stanford University. In Egypt, she has worked with the Giza Plateau Mapping Project, Egypt Exploration Society’s Survey of Memphis, helped document KV5 (the tomb of the sons of Rameses II) for the Theban Mapping Project, and more recently was involved with the Brown University Abydos Project. She has published papers on symbolic landscapes and institutional memory in ancient Egypt. Serena is currently a honorary research fellow at the School of Social Science, University of Queensland and works as a Senior Archaeologist for Everick Heritage Consultants in Brisbane.
Serena Love appears with thanks to Academic Partner The University of Queensland