Admitted to PhD Programme: 2016-03-01
Supervisor: Tomas Germundsson
BA Classics and History, MA World Heritage Studies
Before my doctoral studies I worked on a number of projects within archaeology and heritage management including archaeological fieldwork in Thebes, Greece with Bucknell University as well as on a TANDEM-funded project between the Selçuk Ephesus City Memory Center in Turkey and Diadrasis in Greece researching intangible heritage as a reconciliatory tool. I am also an active ICOMOS member through which I helped to develop the International Scientific Committee on Places of Religion and Ritiual (PRERICO). I have also worked as an external heritage consultant with the State Archaeological Office of Schleswig-Holstein in Germany on the UNESCO world heritage site nomination for the Archaeological Border Complex of Hedeby and the Danevirke.
Cultural heritage; cultural landscapes; tourism studies; landscape phenomenology; historical, cultural, and landscape geography; storytelling; creative writing; qualitative research
My research is based within landscape geography with a focus on phenomenological engagement and sense of belonging in heritage landscapes. My dissertation focused on developing a conceptual model to engage visitors in more dynamic and creative ways and to incorporate affective qualities in preservation and management practices.
At the department I teach within landscape geography and qualitative methods.
(KEG: SGEM22, SGEA23:3/4, SGEK03:1/2, SGEL51; HEK: HEKA22:3; LUCSUS: MESS50)
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