Matilda Duncker wins RAI Dissertation Award
16 March 2012
Congratulations to the Institute's Matilda Duncker who recently won the Royal Archaeological Institute's Masters Dissertation Prize.
Matilda won the award for her dissertation on 'Egyptianizing Funerary Architecture in Victorian London: The Consumption of Bereavement', supervised by Jeremy Tanner and submitted for her MA in Comparative Art and Archaeology.
The Royal Archaeological Institute (RAI) awards a dissertation prize each year for either an undergraduate or master's dissertation, on a rotating basis. The award goes to the best dissertation on a subject concerning the archaeology or architectural history of Britain, Ireland and adjacent areas of Europe.
Image courtesy of Sharon Gerber-Parfitt. L-R: Dr Jeremy Tanner (UCL), Matilda Duncker (UCL), Prof David Breeze (President, RAI), Prof Wil Roebroeks (Leiden University)