Current Doctoral Research Students
Alice Christophe (MA Ecole du Louvre, Paris)
A community of museums: when exchanges between cultural institutions redefine Pacific networks.
Marie Durand (MA Ecole du Louvre, Paris)
The materiality of the kitchen house: histri, laen mo kakae on Mere Lava, northern Vanuatu.
Asma'u Ahmed Giade (MA Ahmadu Bello University, ZARIA, Nigeria)
An archaeological investigation of Guddiri landscape, northern Nigeria.
Matthew Helmer (MA Louisiana State University)
Performance and enclosed lifestyles at the coastal center of Samanco, Nepeña Valley, Peru.
Katrina Igglesden (MPhil University of Cambridge)
Traditionally contemporary?: the transformation of meaning, use and significance of Fijian barkcloth, 1800 to present.
Nadia Khalaf (MSc University of Leicester)
Remote sensing approaches in the Niger Valley.
Kiprop Lagat (MA University of East Anglia)
The Nairobi Memorial Park as a site of memory.
Joanne Lai (MA University of East Anglia)
Harvesting Kaamatan: recontextualising ritual, art and identity among the contemporary Dusun of North-Eastern Borneo.
Stéphanie Leclerc-Caffarel (MA Ecole du Louvre, Paris)
Pre-colonial exchanges between Fijians and Euro-Americans (1770s-1870s), with reference to museum collections.
Laurie Martiarena (MA Sainsbury Research Unit)
The social life of death: mortuary practice in the North-Central Andes AD.1000-1610.
Malorine Mathurin (MA Sainsbury Research Unit)
Self-representation of Native Americans within the media of film at North American film festivals.
Lisa McDonald (MA University of Melbourne)
Contemporary art of Vanuatu: contexts, creativity, forms and markets.
Rachael Murphy (MA University of East Anglia)
Indigenous Australian and Maori art in the United Kingdom.
Meg Pinto (MA Sainsbury Research Unit).
Indigenous cultural memory and museum policy and practice in Canada and New Zealand.
Carlos Rengifo (Licentiate in Archaeology, Universidad Nacional de Trujillo, Peru)
Specialises in Moche society and Peruvian north coast archaeology.
Rebekah Sheppard (MA Sainsbury Research Unit)
Images of the Congo in the early twentieth century: the Emil Torday Collection and the material basis of colonialism.
Abubakar Sule (MA University of Maiduguri, Nigeria)
An archaeological investigation of Southern Bauchi State, Nigeria.
Vicky van Bockhaven (MA Sainsbury Research Unit, MA Katholieke University, Leuven).
Colonial representation and history of leopard-men societies of the eastern Congo (c.1890-1935).
Julia Zumstein ( MA Sainsbury Research Unit)
Material culture of Formative Period North Peru.