Institute researcher shortlisted for Scopus Award

24 January 2012


Gabriel Moshenska was a runner up for the 2011 UK Scopus Young Research Award in the Humanities.

The UK Scopus Young Researcher Award was developed by Elsevier in association with the US/UK Fulbright Commission to honour the achievements of young researchers and the institutions that foster them.

Gabriel, a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Research Fellow at the Institute, is currently undertaking research on Histories of Public Archaeology, focusing on the the history of public audiences at archaeological sites in Britain from the mid-nineteenth century through to the present.

Gabriel's research interests include projects on the Archaeology of Air Raid Shelters and Children and the Material Culture of Conflict and he has co-edited a volume on the Archaeologies of Internment for the WAC One World Archaeology series.

Gabriel also leads the Hendon School Community Archaeology Project which provides school students with the opportunity to learn about and experience archaeology through a combination of classroom-based learning and a field school.