I teach across a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Archaeology and History, from the great traditions of the ancient near east to the Roman Walls in Britain, along with theory, methods, and computing technologies. Read here to learn more.
Senior Lecturer in Archaeology and Ancient History at Canterbury Christ Church University. Specialist in life and interaction at the edges of the Roman Empire, comparative borderland dynamics in world history, archaeological theory (e.g. archaeology of place, process philosophy, postcolonial perspectives), and digital tools/methodologies within archaeology, history, and the wider humanities. Current fieldwork projects include the Umm el-Jimal Project and Hisban Cultural Heritage Project in Jordan, with an emphasis on Late Roman and Late Antique (Byzantine) periods. Former Chair and current advisor for the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC).