My research

My interdisciplinary research interests focus on the way histories of humanity have been framed through the manipulation of human remains, either in the past, or in the contemporary field/laboratory/museum. I aim to understand the study and display of archaeological and anthropological bodies as legacies of modern practices in the contemporary world, and to reflect on their future destiny.

Dead bodies, just ‘bodies’, or bones? Thoughts on terminology when studying the past

DivMeanBody: Divergent Meanings: understanding the postmortem fate of human bodies found in Neolithic settlements from the Balkan area in light of interdisciplinary data

The making of historical bodies: from bodies to inscriptions in an anthropological laborator

Dead bodies, texts and reviews: a day in the life of a theoretical archaeologist and a body person

Is the body in pieces at peace? And what role do osteoarchaeologists play in shaping a certain body narrative?

“And then they were Bodies: Medieval Royalties, from DNA Analysis to a Nation’s Identity”

“Mortui vivos docent”? A day in the life of an osteoarchaeologist

a synopsis of my research

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