My first degree was in Prehistoric and Historical Archaeology at the University of Sydney and this led me to a PhD in Archaeology also at the University of Sydney. I am passionate about archaeology because it has the ability to contribute in a positive manner to a more tolerant, just and equitable society. One way this can be achieved is by recognizing that archaeology has a responsibility to the cultures that it studies.
My passport is a material reminder to me that the world is a small place. Heritage connects us as people, through both time and space, what people value really isn’t that different when it comes down to it.