Jasmine Sahu-Hough

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Graduate School Student

Jasmine is a third-year graduate student in the combined programme in Classics and History. She holds a BA in English (First Class honours with Distinction) and an MA in Digital Film and Television Production (both from the University of York) and completed her second BA in Classics with Oriental Studies (Egyptology) at the University of Oxford in 2021, achieving First Class honours. She is a firm believer in the benefits of interdisciplinary study and greatly values the opportunities for cross-department collaboration at Yale. Her research interests include cultural interaction in the ancient world (especially 1st millennium BC Egypt), papyrology, and ancient disability studies. She is a collaborator with the International (Digital) Dura-Europus Archive Project (IDEA) focusing on the developing a data-model for papyri on Wikidata.