Mentoring Approaches: One-on-One Mentoring, Group Mentoring, Peer mentoring, Online Mentoring, Compound Mentoring
Teaching Associate at Monash University and an Honorary Research Fellow with the University of Auckland in Egyptology and archaeology
Caleb Hamilton is a Teaching Associate at Monash University and an Honorary Research Fellow with the University of Auckland. His area of expertise are the foreign interactions of Egypt during the Early Dynastic period and Old Kingdom, with other research interests covering early queens, the god Seth, and the nature of indigenous theory in the ancient world. Recent publications focus on early interactions with the Western Desert.
Caleb has a diverse teaching background, with a focus on Middle Egyptian language, as well as the material culture and history of the Early Dynastic period, and the Old and New Kingdoms. He was a Tuākana mentor at the University of Auckland and an IAEP mentor at Monash University, with a holistic approach to all tertiary studies. He has participated in the Monash led excavations at Mut al-Kharab, Dakhleh Oasis, since 2013, excavating and focusing in particular on the analysis, recording and drawing of the ceramic corpus from this site and other Ptolemaic and Islamic sites.
Caleb is willing to mentor across all disciplines in a manner that is tailored to any mentee. He has the capacity to mentor a maximum of 4 mentees at any stage.