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Department of Archaeology

 

Biography

2018-present PhD Candidate in Archaeology, University of Cambridge

2016 MSc in Technology and Analysis of Archaeological Materials (Distinction), University College London

2015 BSc in Archaeology (1st class honours), University College London

Research

My research interests include the application of materials science -based approaches to the study of past material remains in order to explore manufacturing sequences and decisions undertaken by people in the past, with a specific focus on metals and other materials associated with metallurgical activity. I am particularly interested in how social, cultural and economic relations would have guided these technological decisions, and how we can use material culture as one proxy to try and understand them.

 

I further have a strong interest in promoting sustainability in archaeology through the preservation and use of legacy datasets, as well as in the use of computational approaches to derive meaning from large-scale spatio-temporal datasets.

Teaching and Supervisions

Teaching: 

 

I am the teaching assistant and a supervisor for A1 World Archaeology.

 

Research supervision: 

Other Professional Activities

  • 2016-2018 Field Archaeologist, Archaeology South-East, Witham, United Kingdom
  • Member of St John’s College

Job Titles

PhD Student in Archaeology
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General Info

Not available for consultancy
Research Expertise / Fields of study: 
Material Culture
Artefact Analysis & Technology
Archaeometallurgy
Computational and Quantitative Archaeology

Contact Details

Affiliations

Person keywords: 
Materials science
Material culture
Computational archaeology
Sustainable archaeologies
Subjects: 
Archaeology
Themes: 
Science, Technology and Innovation
Material Culture
Geographical areas: 
Americas
Periods of interest: 
Other Historical
Other Late Prehistory
Other Prehistory