Alexandra McDougle holds a BA in Anthropology with High Honors from the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa where she researched the potential for subadult skeletal analysis as a means of understanding agricultural shifts in the Southeast Asian Neolithic. Shortly after graduating, Alexandra was named a 2016-2017 Henry Luce Scholar and spent a year in Phnom Penh, Cambodia working with the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts. Her work there includes collaborations with The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the National Museum of Cambodia. Alexandra currently attends American University where she is obtaining an MA in Anthropology and focuses on Black Feminist Theory in Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Racism and Structural Violence.
Updated May 2020
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