People, pasts, pollen, palaeoecology, landscape, literature, archaeology.
Works at the University of York on the ERC-funded AAREA project (aarea-project.eu) on how the past is applicable to today, especially in terms of agricultural sustainability.
Theoretical interests in how we make sense of the natural world today and how people might have perceived it in the past.
Works on a consultancy basis providing advice and reports on geoarchaeology, pollen analysis and chronological modelling.
Interdisciplinarity is a common thread stitching everything together.
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