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Academic Resume

2022 - Present

Guest Lecturer

Princeton Academy of Art


Princeton Academy of Art is a traditional art atelier, which teaches its students to draw, paint, and sculpt using plaster casts of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures as models.


Through my lectures, I place these statues into their original ancient context for the students, deepening their historical as well as artistic knowledge.


Research Associate

The Krateros Project

Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton


Cataloguing and digitizing the Institute for Advanced Study's collection of 30,000 epigraphic squeezes. Writing informative metadata for each scanned squeeze in preparation for their upload to the Institute's online repository.


Creating content for and managing the Project's social media and blog.


Supervising the Project's team of summer students.

2021 - 2022

Visiting Researcher

School of Historical Studies,

Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton


Co-editor of a volume of proceedings arising from the 2021 British Academy conference "Ancient Plaster: Casting Light on a Forgotten Sculptural Material" with Emma Payne and Will Wootton (KCL). The volume will be published by the British Academy in 2023/4.

Research into a collection of plaster cast reproductions of ancient coins and allotment plates held within Institute for Advanced Study's epigraphic library.

2017 - 2021

PhD in Museum Studies


University of Leicester &

Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, Oxford

Fully funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council Collaborative Doctoral Programme.

Thesis title: ‘"The Castness of the Things": A Visitor’s-Eye View of Value in the Cast Gallery of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.’ 


Supervised by Prof. R.R.R. Smith, Prof. Sandra Dudley and Dr. M. Melfi.

Passed with no corrections.

2016 - 2017

MSt in Classical Archaeology

Merton College, University of Oxford


Passed with Distinction.

2013 - 2016

BA in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History


Merton College, University of Oxford

Passed with First Class Honours.

Skills gained:

  • Organization and self-motivation

  • Independent project management

  • Strong written communication

  • Attention to detail

  • Ability to meet deadlines

  • Ability to work under pressure

  • Ability to formulate original ideas

  • Qualitative data collection and analysis.

Academic Awards


University of Oxford


Awarded second prize in the Arts & Humanities Research Council Doctoral Training Programme poster competition.


University of Leicester

Finalist in the Images of Research photography competition.



Cambridge Annual Student

Archaeology Conference

Awarded the Bloomsbury Prize for best paper presentation.




Merton College, University of Oxford

Promoted to 1) Exhibitioner and 2) Postmaster status  for outstanding performance in 1) Preliminary Examinations and 2) Final Honour School Studies.

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