Samuel D. Pfister, collections manager at the Badè Museum of Biblical Archaeology, is an archaeologist and historian studying the history of archaeological work in the Near East and Mediterranean. He’s conducted archaeological fieldwork in Israel and the United States as well as archival research across Europe and North America. Samuel is also interested in how design and emerging media can help museums reach new audiences.
Samuel’s work at the Badè Museum strengthens the museum’s data infrastructure to increase capacity and accessibility to digital assets. He also helps bring the museum’s unique archaeological collection to the public eye through the research and production of public and digital exhibitions.
MA, Anthropology, The George Washington University
BA, History & Archaeology, The George Washington University