Amanda Watts, Graduate Teaching Instructor
Office: Minard 318E16
Amanda Watts joined the Ph.D. program in English to study international technical writing in the field of cultural heritage. With a BA in archaeology from Boston University and both an MA and MS from the Institute of Archaeology, University College London, in museum conservation ethics (MA) and archaeological objects conservation (MS), Amanda is focusing on the rhetorical context of writing cultural heritage policy documents for an international audience. Field projects include work in Egypt (Giza), Turkey (Catalhoyuk), UK National Trust, Museum of London, Rapa Nui, and Afghanistan (Mes Aynak). Amanda continues to serve the National Museum of Afghanistan on joint projects with the Oriental Institute, Chicago.