Research Facilitator, Department of Archaeology & Anthropology
Homerton College (Fellow and College Lecturer in Archaeology, Director of Studies HSPS Part I, Part II Archaeology & Biological Anthropology)
Research projects & themes
Digital Humanities interests: GIS and digital mapping in archaeology, landscape reconstruction; simulation and reconstruction of climate change and biodiversity, employing new approaches to analyse digitally archived information.
2007 Changing Biodiversity and Complexity across the Middle-Upper Palaeolithic transition, in P. Mellars, K. Boyle, O. Bar-Yosef & C. Stringer (eds.) Rethinking the Human Revolution. Cambridge: McDonald Institute Monograph Series.
2009 Report on the current state of digitial humanities research and resources at Cambride. http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/uploads/documents/digital_resources_in_the_humanities.pdf
2010 Rethinking the ‘ecological basis of social complexity’, in K Boyle, C. Gamble & O. Bar-Yosef (eds.) The Upper Palaeolithic Revolution in Global Perspective: Essays in Honour of Paul Mellars. (McDonald Institute Monographs.) Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 137-51.