My teaching is research driven and interdisciplinary, with the integration of methods and school of thoughts coming from archaeology, history, ethnography, anthropology, and cultural studies.
Contribute to the module ‘Socio-politics of the past’ for the MPhil in Heritage Studies in the Department of Archaeology
Convenor for the MPhil in Latin American Studies module ‘Culture and Indigeneity in Latin America’ in the Centre for Latin American Studies
Co-convenor for the MPhil in Early Modern History module ‘Palaeography’ (Spanish) in the Faculty of History
Contributed to teaching ‘Archaeological theory and practice’ and ‘European Prehistory’ for the BA in Archaeology
Co-taught the MPhil in Classics seminars ‘Art and Archaeology of Power’ and ‘Culture Contact and Cultural Change’
Taught for two years ‘Archaeological Theory and Methods’ & ‘Mediterranean Archaeology’