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My past and present research focuses on the socio-economics of the production and consumption of vitreous materials in the settlements of Late Bronze Age Egypt and its neighbours. I gained my PhD in Egyptian Archaeology from the University of Liverpool in 2014 and have recently finished a post-doctoral fellowship at the excellence cluster TOPOI in Berlin and a Marie-Skłodowska Curie Fellowship at Freie Universität Berlin.
I have a large amount of experience in archaeological fieldwork, having worked at several sites in Egypt including leading my own fieldwork project in addition to seven years of past employment in commercial archaeology, working in the UK and France, and also in Germany.
In addition, I have trained in the use of open source GIS and its application to archaeology. I have used my spatial analytical skills for my PhD research and have also applied them in commercial archaeology in the UK.
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