Sarah Scheffler

2016 AFPGR Participant

 

Between Material Culture and the Immaterial
About Sarah

Sarah Scheffler is in her 2nd year of PhD research (full-time) at the School of Archaeology and Ancient History examining the integration of the pre-Roman and early Roman Lomellina, north west Italy, into the Roman empire. Sarah completed her undergraduate studies at Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (Germany), where she majored in Prehistoric Archaeology, with a minor in Classical Archaeoloy and Pedagogy. She continued her studies for a Magister Artium Degree at Eberhard Karls-Universität Tübingen. Her studies were followed by several years of working in academic publishing, museum project management and curatorial work. Before she returned to university for her doctoral degree, she has published on various topics, including the history of Etruscan archaeology.

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About my Research

Having almost completed my 2nd year of PhD research I am currently working hard to complete my data collection in order to immerse myself in the depth of data analysis. Most of my data was collected during two extended research trips to Milan where I was able to browse the local libraries. First preliminary results suggest that the analysis will show interesting patterns in material culture that will give us a better insight about how the Roman conquest impacted on less urbanised and more marginal areas.

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Sarah at the 2016 Festival of Postgraduate Research

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