- BA, MA, PhD
- AHRC-funded Researcher Co-Investigator, Iron Age and Roman
Heritages: ancient identities in modern Britain
- Network Co-ordinator: Archaeology, Media and Communication Research Network
- Assistant Editor, Archaeology International
- Honorary Research Associate, UCL Institute of Archaeology
- Theory and practice of analysing public participation in archaeology
- The communication and representation of archaeology
- Cultural and economic values in archaeology
Digital heritage and museum studies
- Applications of digital technologies in heritage and GLAMs-related research and practice
- Museum and site interpretation
- Heritage and identity formation
- Cultural policy
- Medieval archaeology in the Mediterranean
- Archaeology and heritage of the built environment
Research Directory Records
- Archaeology, Media and Communication Research Network
- Archaeology and Development Research Network
- Crowd- and Community-fuelled Archaeological Research (MicroPasts)
- Iron Age and Roman Heritages: ancient identities in modern Britain
- MicroPasts Knowledge Exchanges
- Public Archaeology and Digital Curatorship in Italy
- Reflexive engagement network
Other past collaborations
- Realities and Impact of Museum University Partnerships in England; Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, (2015-16).
- Digital Cultural Engagement with Museums, Galleries and heritage; Post-Doctoral Research Associate in the International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle University (2013).
- First Italian Congress on Public Archaeology with University of Florence (2012).
- Archaeological mission ‘Medieval’ Petra-Shawbak Project; with University of Florence.
- 2012: PhD in Archaeology, UCL Institute of Archaeology. Thesis title: Communicating Archaeology: From Trends to Policy. Public Perceptions and Experience in the Changing Media Environment.
- 2007: MA in Medieval Archaeology, University of Florence.
- 2005: BA in History and Conservation of Archaeological Heritage, University of Florence.