Dr. Roselyn A. Campbell
Roselyn A. Campbell is an archaeologist, bioarchaeologist, and Egyptologist. She is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Biological Anthropology at the University of California, Riverside, and the Assistant Director of the UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy. Her research focuses primarily on understanding violence as a tool of power in the past, but additional interests include the history of cancers in human remains and health and medicine in the ancient world. She has worked at archaeological sites in Egypt, Jordan, Peru, Ethiopia, Spain, and the western United States, and is currently the head bioarchaeologist for projects in Egypt and Jordan. She has published multiple articles and book chapters on her work with human remains from ancient Egypt, and her edited volume, The Poetics of Violence in Afroeurasian Bioarchaeology, is due to be published by Springer in early 2024.