Gracie Golden is a master’s student in anthropology. She researches cultural heritage destruction as an expression of ethnic and religious conflict in the Republic of Georgia. Her research interests include cultural heritage ethics, archaeologies of violence, community-based methodologies, feminist anthropology, and museum anthropology. Gracie is also the administrative coordinator of the Penn Cultural Heritage Center.
Masters Thesis: Occupation, Loss, and Cultural Heritage: The Social Condition of Frozen Conflict in Georgia