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Department of Archaeology



  • PhD in Archaeology, Cambridge University, 2022 - Present
  • MSc in Applied Mathematics, University of Cape Town, 2019-2020
  • MSc in Theoretical Physics, University of Cape Town, 2018
  • BSc Hons in Physics, University of Cape Town, 2017
  • BSc in Applied Mathematics, Physics and Electronics, Rhodes University, 2014-2016



I am a quantitative archaeologist with an interest in statistical methods. The central focus of my proposed research is to examine how localised migratory events were responses to the collapse in carrying capacity of the Green Sahara towards the end of the African Humid Period; and how climatic and environmental variations impacted the fluctuations in demographic movement frequency after this event in North Africa.

Teaching and Supervisions

Research supervision: 

Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Enrico Crema

Advisors: Prof. Paul Lane and Dr Stefania Merlo

Other Professional Activities

Member of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA).

Member of the Archaeological Review from Cambridge (ARC).

Cambridge College: Member of Peterhouse.

Job Titles

PhD Student in Archaeology

General Info

Not available for consultancy
Research Expertise / Fields of study: 
Computational and Quantitative Archaeology


Person keywords: 
System Dynamics
Statistical Analysis
African Archaeology
Science, Technology and Innovation
Environment, Landscapes and Settlement
Rethinking Complexity
Geographical areas: 
Egypt and Sudan