My work investigates collaborative research practices among archaeologists. In particular, I examine how archaeologists communicate, share and collectively maintain datasets through the use of digital and non-digital information systems. This aligns with my broader interests in science and technology studies, digital media studies, internet and software studies, among other related fields that interrogate the roles of different kinds of knowledge in our lives.
Information infrastructures, interdisciplinary collaboration, open data and archaeological databases
- M.A. Anthropology, McMaster University
- B.A. Directed Interdisciplinary Studies, Carleton University
Committees or Affiliations
Tech Fund Committee, Doctoral Students Association