Steering committee member
Cecilia Conte is an enthusiastic archaeologist interested in pastoralism, Bronze Age landscapes, and rock art. Her regional focus lays with Inner Asia, especially Mongolia and Siberia. During her master’s at Oxford University, she specialised in archaeological theory, with an emphasis on interspecies and more-than-human relationships. Cecilia is currently studying Central Asian studies at Humboldt Universität, where she is learning Mongolian and Russian, and teaching an interdisciplinary course on the archaeology and anthropology of Inner Asia.
Pastoralism past and present, rock art, Bronze Age, Inner Asia, interspecies archaeology, more-than-human relationships