Anne received her BA in Classics from Grinnell College in 2010 and completed her MA in Classical Archaeology at the University of Arizona in 2012. She is broadly interested in Aegean prehistory, the Early Iron Age, history of archaeology, and the character and use of archaeological archives. Her dissertation draws from both published and archival sources to investigate the relationships between archaeological practice and wider intellectual trends surrounding the study of the Late Bronze Age – Early Iron Age transition in Greece over the course of the 20th century. She has spent extensive time in Greece both excavating and at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, where she has held both Regular and Associate Member fellowships. At present, she is also working on projects related to forms of inequality in the field of archaeology and the role of topography in Aristophanic comedy.