I am an environmental archaeologist and anthropologist who loves her work and the travel that comes with it.
My research focuses on human-environment dynamics in the Nuragic Culture of Bronze Age Sardinia. I direct the Pran’e Siddi Landscape Project, an archaeological survey in south-central Sardinia centered around the town of Siddi. PSLP examines long-term changes in settlement patterns, water use, and the socio-cultural interpretation of natural resources. My current research project – ZANBA – uses isotope analysis to explore issues of mobility, animal husbandry, and social inequality throughout the trajectory of the Nuragic Culture.
Currently, I am a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at Cardiff University.