Andrea G. McDowell

Photo of Andrea G. McDowellPhoto | Rhaquane McAllisterAndrea G. McDowell is a historian and Professor of Law at Seton Hall Law School. A Guggenheim Foundation Fellow, she has also taught at the University of Leiden, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Before turning to law, McDowell was an Egyptologist and authored three books on the ancient Egyptian workers who built the tombs in the Valley of the Kings.

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