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Lorna Richardson

I am an AHRC-funded PhD candidate at the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities. My key PhD research areas are the impact of Internet technologies on archaeology and cultural heritage, Public Archaeology, and the politics and sociology of community participation and social and participatory media. My thesis title is ‘Public Archaeology in a Digital Age’. I have a BA in Medieval Archaeology and an MA with distinction in Public Archaeology, both from the UCL Institute of Archaeology. I am an Assistant Editor of the Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage. I am an active member of the UCL Archaeology & Communication Network, and a member of the Advisory Committee for the Centre for Audio-Visual Study and Practice in Archaeology.


Research Interests

  • Public archaeology
  • Digital technologies
  • Community archaeology
  • Public engagement

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