Author: Elizabeth Mosier

Elizabeth Mosier logged one thousand volunteer hours processing colonial-era artifacts at Philadelphia's Independence National Historical Park Archeology Laboratory to write EXCAVATING MEMORY: ARCHAEOLOGY AND HOME. A graduate of Bryn Mawr College and the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College, her nonfiction work has been selected as notable in Best American Essays and appears widely in journals and newspapers including Cleaver, Creative Nonfiction, and The Philadelphia Inquirer. She writes the "Intersections" column for the Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin.

Excavating Memory: Archaeology and Home
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Excavating Memory: Archaeology and Home

New Rivers Press

Literary Nonfiction. "The strings of a violin have to be held in place on both ends, and the two poles of Elizabeth Mosier's book are memory (as archaeology) and forgetting (in the very moving passages about the author's mother and her descent into ...

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