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Introducing your new Administrators

February 25, 2019

As promised, here are your lovely new administrators – there are now 9 (NINE!) HARN administrators:

Mustafa Kemal Baran –  based at the Koç University, Istanbul completing his dissertation on the history of archaeology in Turkey. Kemal has previously studied industrial design, architectural history, and classical archaeology, in Ankara and Oxford

Monica Barnes – the principal editor of Andean Past, a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the archaeology and ethnohistory of western South America and one of our Members of the Month – look here and here for details.

Debbie Challis – Education and Outreach Officer at LSE Library and her research looks at how politics interacts with archaeology in the late 19th century and early 20th century.

Alicia Colson – a freelance archaeologist and ethnohistorian with a PhD from McGill and an undergraduate degree from UCL.

Hélène Maloigne – 4th year PhD student at UCL writing on the popularisation of archaeology in the interwar period.

Vladimir Mihajlovic – Vlada works at the Institute for Balkan Studies of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. His main research interests are history of archaeology (and antiquaries in particular), the political (ab)use of archaeology (and past in general) as well as archival studies.

Anna Reeve – PhD student in Classics at the University of Leeds, her research centres on ancient Cypriot collections in the Yorkshire area, and their reception from the late 19th century onwards.

Sharon Sultana – Senior Curator of the National Museum of Archaeology (NMA) Malta, Sharon has a Masters in Cultural Heritage Management and is beginning research for her PhD.

Jonathan Trigg – he’s the only one of the old administration who’s continuing – Jon’s an archaeologist and historian. currently teaching at the University of Liverpool. His research is into the development of the study of prehistoric Britain.

Please make them as welcome as you have made us. I know that this is going to be an exciting new chapter for HARN and although I’m rather sad to go, I’m very much looking forward to seeing what happens next with our network.


All the best


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