"Eleanor is a second-year PhD candidate under the supervision of Dr. Christine Morris. Her research focuses on community archaeology’s effect on current archaeological research, examining how it can act as a response to the lasting impact of imperialism and Orientalism. She is focusing on three aspects of community archaeology: in-person outreach, digital creations, and multivocal narrative creation (narratives from a diversity of sources “woven” together to generate more complete representations of a site or landscape). Her principal case studies are in Cyprus where interdisciplinary projects are being undertaken and aspects of community archaeology are beginning to be incorporated into research methodologies.
Eleanor has a BA in Ancient History and Archaeology and an MPhil in Public History and Cultural Heritage, as well as professional experience in the commercial archaeology and heritage sectors."