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Christian Casey


Postdoctoral Researcher


Arnimallee 10
Room 204
14195 Berlin

I am an Egyptologist (PhD) studying the phonetics and phonology of ancient Egyptian languages. My research focuses on new applications of computational techniques to improve our understanding of the spoken Egyptian language at all points in history, but especially beginning with the later stages of the language. I am most interested in techiniques for the digitization of scripts and texts from ancient Mediterranean civilizations, especially during the First Millennium BCE, and the curation of robust data sources for further computational study.

Curriculum Vitae

2019–2021: CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities, The Institute for the Study of the Ancient World