Carol RedmountProfessor Carol Redmount

Carol Redmount, Ph.D. (University of Chicago, 1989)
Chair of Near Eastern Studies, Associate Professor of Egyptian Archaeology.

redmount@berkeley.edu Ph: 510-642-3757
242 Barrows Hall, Department of Near Eastern Studies, University of California, Berkeley

U.C. Berkeley Excavations at El Hibeh

About Professor Redmount::

Education:      
Ph.D.
with distinction, University of Chicago, March 1989; Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, dissertation "On an Egyptian/Asiatic Frontier: An Archaeological History of the Wadi Tumilat"
M.T.S. Harvard Divinity School, 1976; Old Testament/Hebrew Bible Studies B.A. with Highest Honors in Religion, Oberlin College, 1974; Anthropology and Religion Double Major; Phi Beta Kappa

Selected Professional Positions:
University of California, Berkeley; Associate Professor of Egyptian Archaeology, Near Eastern Studies Department, 1998-present (Assistant Professor 1992-1998; Lecturer 1990-1992); Graduate Group in Ancient History and Mediterranean Archaeology, Joint Program in Near Eastern Religions, Religious Studies Program, Archaeological Research Facility
Curator of Egyptian Archaeology, Hearst Museum of Anthropology, UC Berkeley, 1998-present
Chair, Near Eastern Studies Department, UC Berkeley, 2007-present
Vice-Chair, Near Eastern Studies Department, UC Berkeley, 2000-2007
Acting Chair, AHMA Program, UC Berkeley, 1999-2000
American Research Center in Egypt; President Ex-Officio—Advisory Capacity (2007-2009); President (2004-2007); Vice-President (2002-2003); Executive Committee (2002-2003); Board of Governors (1999-2002, 2009-present); Long-Range Planning Committee Member (1999-2003, chair 2003); Archaeological Research and Expeditions Committee Chair (1999-2003); Finance Committee (2007-present); Major Gifts Committee and Finance Committee (2007-present)
Technical Writer and Editor, International Development Organization, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1986-1987
Technical Writer and Editor and Director of Report Production, Environmental Quality International, Cairo, Egypt, 1984-1986

Selected Fieldwork:
El-Hibeh Project, Egypt, 2001-present; Principal Investigator and Director
Tell el-Muqdam Project, Egypt, 1997-2000; Principal Investigator and Director
Tell el-Muqdam Project, Egypt, 1992-1997; Principal Investigator and Co-Director
Palouse Canyon Archaeological Project, Washington, U.S.A., 1994; Object Registrar
Tell Irbid, Jordan, 1989-90; Ceramic Analyst
Ashkelon Excavations, Israel; 1988; Grid Supervisor
Wadi Tumilat Project, Tell el-Maskhuta, Egypt; 1985, 1983, 1981, 1979, 1978; Field Supervisor, Core Staff Member, and Ceramic Analyst
Wadi Tumilat Survey, Egypt; 1983; Co-Director and Field Director Kamo Project, Sallisaw, Oklahoma, U.S.A.; 1980; Staff Member Carthage, Tunisia; 1978; Area Supervisor Tell el-Hesi, Israel; 1977,1975,1973,1971; Area Supervisor Idalion, Cyprus, 1974; Area Supervisor

Grants, Fellowships & Publications

Email: redmount@berkeley.edu