Steering committee member

Cecilia is an ethnographic archaeologist interested in pastoralism, Bronze Age landscapes, and rock art in Inner Asia. During her master’s at Oxford University, she specialised in the archaeology and anthropology of Mongolia. At Humboldt Universität, for her master’s in Central Asian studies, she focussed on local approaches to heritage in southern Siberia. Cecilia has taught several undergraduate courses which combine regional studies and archaeological approaches. Now she is a PhD student at Freie Universität where she is developing a multi-sited ethnographic approach to Mongolian archaeological landscapes.

                              Research interests

 Pastoralism past and present, rock art, Bronze Age, Inner Asia, interspecies archaeology, more-than-human relationships