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Dr Thomas Kador

Thomas is an Associate Professor (Teaching) on the UCL Arts & Sciences (BASc) programme with a background in archaeology and chemical engineering. His research and pedagogical interest include object-based learning, culture, health and wellbeing, public and community-based approaches to heritage as well as everyday practice – especially movement, mobility and migration – and social change in prehistory. He has lectured and published extensively on all of these topics, including a recent book (together with Jim Leary) on movement and mobility in Neolithic Europe, and two forthcoming volumes (together with Helen Chatterjee) on object-based learning and object-based wellbeing.

Teaching

Thomas is joint module convenor for BASC0004 Object Lessons: Communicating Knowledge through Collections and BASC0030 Arts, Nature and Wellbeing: Non-Clinical Interventions in Health