Katie A. Paul is a Fellow at the Antiquities Coalition and an Affiliated Researcher with The Day After Heritage Protection Initiative (T.D.A.-H.P.I.) analyzing the trafficking and destruction of cultural property in the Middle East and North Africa. Her work focuses on the role of media, social media, and new technologies in monitoring and recording patterns of cultural racketeering in nations in crisis. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Miami University (O.H.) with a double major in Anthropology and Ancient Greek and earned an M.A. in Anthropology at The George Washington University.
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