About

My research focuses on the intersections of tangible and intangible cultural phenomena, particularly votive and musical dedications, and their cross-cultural networks. My teaching is anchored in my research and museum work, engaging with students to challenge their preconceptions through digital humanities. My research has taken me from Exeter to Athens, and has been internationally recognized.
 

Education

PhD     
University of Reading, Classics, ‘Music in Ancient Sparta’ (2015-2019)
Funded by an Arts Humanities Research Council studentship.
Supervisors: Prof Ian Rutherford (Reading) Prof. Lynette Mitchell (Exeter)
Examiners: Prof. Paul Christensen (Dartmouth), Prof. Amy Smith (Reading)
MA      
University of Exeter, Classics and Ancient History, Merit (2014 – 2015)
MOISA Summer School in Ancient Greek Music (2015)
BA (Hons)       
University of Exeter, Hellenic Studies with Archaeology, 2.1 (2011 – 2014)
British School at Athens Undergraduate Summer School (2012)

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