The Egyptian Mummies and Coffins of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science
History, Technical Analysis, and Conservation
Caroline Arbuckle MacLeod is a postdoctoral researcher and teaching fellow at the University of British Columbia. She specializes in the study of ancient Egyptian wooden coffins and is also involved in projects related to digital archaeology and the history and practice of women archaeologists. She has worked with museums in the United States, Canada, England, Italy, and Egypt, including serving as director for a Museology and Egyptian Material Culture field school held at the Museo Egizio in Turin.