Lecturer, University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh Department of Anthropology, Religious Studies, and Cultures
I am an anthropological archaeologist examining the impact of digital technology on modern archaeology, as well as the effect of emerging technology on prehistoric societies. My current research focuses on the critical use and reuse of digital archaeological data, specifically using 3D visualization technologies to enhance the documentation, research, dissemination, curation, and archiving of material heritage. This research developed during my work in the last eight years as part of the Athienou Archaeological Project (AAP) in Cyprus, as well as in numerous collaborative projects. I am currently co-directing a field school: Digital Archaeology of a Slovenian Hillfort Landscape.
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