Naomi Glenn, Anthropologist & Archaeologist

Naomi is a Digital Heritage and Archaeologist with a focus on the Classical to the Hellenistic Mediterranean. She is a staunch advocate for Intersectional Studies, and the prominent techniques that constantly evolve to digitize and document the ancient past. She received her BA in Anthropology and Classical Archaeology of the Mediterranean from San Francisco State University (SFSU), and a Master’s Degree from King’s College London (KCL), in conjunction with an intercollegiate program between Royal Holloway and University College of London (UCL). While Naomi’s history is based more in museums and art galleries, Naomi is more interested in the Digital Techniques used to document and recreate the historic past. Her main area of interest is the Classical – Hellenistic Era of the Mediterranean, with a focus on temples, religious worship, and archaeoastronomy. She hopes to use her passion and her skills to film and document the ancient past, as well as create open-sourced 3D Digitization for future researchers. Naomi is a multi-racial woman with hearing aids and is dedicated to making the arts and culture accessible to all. She is looking forward to a Ph.D. down the line, and the future of working internationally