Bio and Research
I’m a third-year PhD student interested broadly in Bronze Age Aegean archaeology. I earned a BA in Greek and Roman Studies from the University of Victoria and an MA in Classics at Brock University. My passion for archaeology was sparked by a trip abroad to study the monuments and art of ancient Greece during my undergraduate program, and since then I’ve participated in several archaeological projects in Greece and Italy. Most recently I participated in the first season of the Bays of East Attica Regional Survey, which is co-directed by my supervisor at UofT, Professor Sarah Murray. I plan to apply the methods and experience that I’ve gained from these projects to my dissertation—which I will complete over the next few years. My research interests include ancient trade, funerary ritual, and the archaeology of gender.
Bronze and Iron Age mortuary archaeology, textiles, adornment and dress, gender theory