Evelyne Koubková (married Hernandez) is a PhD student in Assyriology. She studied Religious Studies at the Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, as well as Assyriology at the University of Heidelberg, Germany. Her primary focus are rituals and religion of ancient Mesopotamia viewed from an anthropological perspective. She enjoys interdisciplinary discussions and has a passion for teaching. Evelyne is currently working on her dissertation on the Mesopotamian “exorcist” (āšipu) and is a McDougal Graduate Teaching Fellow at the Center for Teaching and Learning at Yale.