Rosie Daniels is a 2nd year graduate student at the University of Washington, in the Archaeology Program. They:
– ambulate, illustrate, punctuate, speculate, and plastinate
– hope to one day dissertate
– have helped make several archaeology exhibits in Tanzania
– enjoy long, moonlit walks through natural history museums
– self-consciously and semi-conscientiously believe in the power of singular “they”
– dissect animals in their spare time
– have strong negative feelings about biographical blurbs that are clearly written by the subject, but nevertheless appear in the 3rd person.