Thesis title: Missing settlements, missing people: relating architecture, deathways, and social life in Pre-Nuragic Sardinia
I studied MA (Hons) Archaeology at the University of Edinburgh (2013-18) and recently completed an MPhil in Archaeology at the University of Cambridge (2018-19). Although my main focus is now Late Neolithic and Chalcolithic Sardinia, my studies have taken me from personhood and identity in Neolithic and Bronze Age Scotland, to anthropological archaeology during a year abroad in Canada, and the archaeology of Africa in my MPhil.
I am currently studying for a PhD in Edinburgh, exploring the relationships between architecture, funerary monuments, and social identity and society in prehistoric Sardinia. Alongside my own research, I enjoy taking part in fieldwork both in Scotland and elsewhere.
MPhil Archaeology (European Prehistory), University of Cambridge
MA (Hons) Archaeology, University of Edinburgh
Tutor, Archaeology 1A and 1B (2019-20)
My primary research areas are Pre-Nuragic Sardinia, settlement and funerary archaeology, social identity, and archaeological theory. I am also interested in Scottish archaeology, prehistoric personhood, and the relevance and application of archaeology in modern society.