Conference Papers

  • Liverpool 2018: Legacies of the European Capital of Culture 10 Years On – initial findings at the Liverpool 2018 workshop with Liverpool Culture (Liverpool, 1st July 2016).
  • Liverpool Arts Lab – with Dr Beatriz Garcia, at AHRC Commons (York, 21st June 2016).
  • Liverpool 2018: Legacies of the European Capital of Culture 10 Years On – poster and presentation at the University of Liverpool AHRC Cultural Engagement Fund showcase (Liverpool, 8th June 2016).
  • Understanding public perceptions through social media analysis, in the third Data Science Club, at the University of Manchester (17th March 2016).
  • Future research directions: Social Media and Culture Metrics (with Dr Kostas Arvanitis) in the ‘Using Digital Technology To Assess Quality in the Arts’ event, part of Manchester’s Policy Week (Manchester, 3rd November 2015).
  • Unintended collaborations: interpreting archaeology on social media – in the ‘Communication as Collaboration: Digital Methods, Experiences and Value’ session at the European Association of Archaeologists conference (Glasgow, 2-5th September 2015).
  • Mummies on a Screen: Between hyperreality and popular culture – in the ‘Stories about Science’ conference (Manchester, 4-5th June 2015).
  • Creating archaeological narratives: the public, the museum and a shifting power structure – in the ‘Schafft sich die Öffentlichkeit eine andere Archäologie? Analysen einer Machtverschiebung’, annual conference of the Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte e.V., (14-17th May 2015, Tübingen, Germany).
  • Tracking a viral museum object: the spinning statuette and its audiences – ‘Big Data, Better Data?’ workshop, 16th March 2015 (invited talk)
  • The case of the spinning statuette: ‘magic’ at the Manchester Museum? (with Dr Campbell Price) – in the “Cataloguing Magic” session at the TAG (Theoretical Archaeology Group) 2014 (Manchester, 15th-17th December 2014).
  • Public perceptions of the past and the Ancient Worlds Galleries (Manchester Museum) – ARKDIS workshop (1st April 2014) – (invited talk).
  • Investigating narratives, perceptions and identities in the Ancient Worlds Galleries (Manchester Museum) – Institute for Cultural Practices PhD Forum (22th January 2014).
  • Displaying, Viewing and Making Meaning of Archaeology in Museums: Professional and Public Perspectives (poster) – for the “Seeing, thinking, doing: visualization as archaeological research” session at TAG (Theoretical Archaeology Group) 2013 (Bournemouth, 16-18th December 2013). – Available online at http://seeingthinkingdoing.wordpress.com/posters/
  • Making meaning of archaeology in museums: professionals’ practices and visitors’ perspectives – in the “Researching Audiences in Archaeology: Theory, Methods and Evidence Base” session at TAG (Theoretical Archaeology Group) 2013 (Bournemouth, 16-18th December 2013).
  • Experiencing Archaeology in Museums: Professional and Public Perspectives (poster) – CHAT Experience (London, 8-10th November 2013).
  • Visualising archaeology in museums: new opportunities, old challenges? – Digital Humanities at Manchester (Manchester, 8th November 2013).
  • Nazionalismi e archeologia: il caso trentino – SGAB 1. Seminari dei Giovani Archeologi dell’Università di Bologna (Bologna, 17th April 2012).
  • Understanding Pseudo-Archaeology and its Impact – Museology PhD Forum (26th January 2012).
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