My anthropological research explores the practices and politics of historical knowledge, and how it is drawn through both official and informal sources. I am interested in how the past constituted through dynamic and everyday historicity and senses of temporality, that includes ritual, experience, material culture, landscape, and folklore as well as archived sources and expert interpretations. My longitudinal fieldwork is rooted in my doctoral research with British Witches and Wiccans, partly located at the Museum of Witchcraft in Cornwall. I am preparing a monograph for publication in 2019 in the Routledge Anthropology of History series.
Anthropological Approaches to History
Contemporary Issues of Anthropology (Integrated Degree)
Anthropology in Public Practice