Arts and Sciences (BASc)


Dr Thomas Kador

Thomas is Teaching Fellow in Public and Cultural Engagement at UCL Culture. He has a background in both archaeology and chemical engineering. His research and pedagogical interest include object-based learning, everyday practice – especially movement, mobility and migration – and social change in the past as well as public and community-based approaches to heritage.

He has lectured extensively on prehistory, archaeological practice, material culture and public/community archaeology in both Ireland and the UK and has recently published a book (together with Jim Leary) on movement and mobility in Neolithic Europe, titled ‘Moving on in Neolithic Studies’.


Thomas is joint module convener for: