Elizabeth Simpson

Teacher, Bard Graduate Center in New York; Archeologist

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An archeologist and a former curator in the Met’s Dept. of Ancient Near Eastern Art, she now teaches at the Bard Graduate Center in New York.

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Michael Govan is Director of LACMA, the  LA County Museum of Art.   But he couldn’t get through the door this morning without the permission of federal agents.

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