PhD student in Biological Anthropology
Cambridge CB2 1QH
I completed my undergraduate studies in Uganda, where I studied History. Shortly after I joined the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania where I completed Masters in Archaeology in 2009. In 2010, I got a teaching position at Makerere University in Uganda, where I developed the Archaeology and Heritage Program in the then History Department which has now changed to Department of History, Archaeology and Heritage studies. I started my PhD studies at the University of Cambridge in 2013 to date.
- Human Evolution
- Lithic technology, Residue and use-wear analysis
- Heritage Resource Management
- Archaeology of Eastern Africa
- Analysis of Lithics and fauna
My research focuses on Middle and Later Stone Age. This research has focussed on the evolution of modern human diversity in Eastern Africa East Africa- Rift Valley areas and Late Quarternary. I am currently engaged in field projects focussing on Middle and Later Stone Age landscapes in west Turkana, Kenya and the Albertine Rift Valley in Uganda.
I am presently involved in the following research projects in:
- 2013 -2017: In-Africa
Principle Supervisor: Dr Marta Mirazon Lahr
Other Professional Activities
Member of Darwin college