Kimberly McCulloughWeb editor
Ms. McCullough is graduate student at the University of British Columbia pursuing a Master’s in Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology and working as a teaching assistant within the department. Having completed an undergraduate degree with honors in Classical Studies summa cum laude at York University, her research interests lie in studying the cultural interactions and change among societies in Ancient Rome along the Mediterranean, with a specific focus on material culture.
In the summer of 2015 Kimberly participated in our first archaeological campaign in Cabrera de Mar where we excavated house number two in Can Mateu. Following the excavation she co-presented a talk entitled "Brief report on the York excavations at Cabrera de Mar" for the colloquium, Recent Research on Roman Spain, that was held at York University on October 3rd, 2015, as well as a poster "Studying households and tracing cultural identity in NE Spain (2nd and early 1st c. B.C.)" that won the award for Best Poster at the AIA Annual Meeting in San Francisco from January 6 – 9, 2016. Most recently, Kimberly participated in our second archaeological campaign in Cabrera de Mar during the summer of 2016 where we excavated house number one in Can Mateu.