Chapter Council Representative
Nicholas Picardo manages the Giza Project at Harvard University. He specializes in household archaeology and digital archaeology. He has served as director of the South Abydos Settlement Excavation E Project and field director with the Kom el-Hisn Provincialism Project. He was a visiting instructor of Egyptology at Brown University in 2010, and a research associate in the Art of the Ancient World department of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston where he co-curated the exhibition “The Secrets of Tomb 10A: Egypt 2000 BC.” He co-founded the Pennsylvania chapter of ARCE, is currently the treasurer of the New England chapter, and previously served as each chapter’s president. He has been an ARCE member since 1998.