Teaching

2020-2021ARC-A1: World Archaeology
Supervisor.
World Archaeology is a broad undergraduate lecture series that introduces Part I students to global archaeology, emphasizing key concepts and practical approaches in archaeology. We highlight the applications of scientific, humanistic, and social theory approaches to interpreting the human past.
University of Cambridge, UK
2018-2019ARC-A31/ ARC-29: Ancient India I: the Indus Civilisation and beyond.
TA and Supervisor.
This course aimed to introduce students to the proto-historic archaeology of South Asia, with a particular focus on the Indus Civilisation and its broader regional context. Proto-history in South Asia broadly corresponds to what it often referred to as the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Bronze Ages in other parts of the Old World. It considered the period from the earliest village settlements in South Asia to the decline of the Indus Civilisation, and assesses the general features that make it unique amongst the great Old World early civilisations.
University of Cambridge, UK
2018-2019ARC-A2: Archaeology in Action, methods and materials.
TA and Supervisor.
This course uses taught lectures, practicals, fieldtrips and fieldwork to give a comprehensive introduction to the methods and practices involved in archaeological field and lab research. The sessions have been structured to give you a systematic overview of archaeological field research on the ground (and from the air), including approaches to surveying and mapping landscapes, the reconstruction of the environment, and the investigation of human life-ways in settlements in the past. It also introduces the work that takes place after excavation, particularly the investigation of time and dating, and looking at the analysis of different types of artefacts, including material culture of various types, plant remains, animal remains and human remains.
University of Cambridge, UK
2017Artesanías y tecnologías en la era del Indo: un estudio de las producciones cerámicas en el noroeste de la India. Lecturer at UIB.Universitat de les Illes Balears, Mallorca, Spain
2017La Edad del Bronce en Asia Meridional: desarrollo y colapso de la Civilización del Indo (2500-1900 a.C.). Lecturer at UIB. Universitat de les Illes Balears, Mallorca, Spain
2017Scientific Analysis of Archaeological Ceramics: Theories and Techniques. Lecturer. Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India
2017ACSG: Making Pottery. Practical leader. Thursday, 2 March 2017. University of Cambridge, UK
2017ACSG: Scientific Analysis of Ceramics. Seminar leader. Tuesday, 14 February 2017. University of Cambridge, UK
2017ACSG: Archaeological Ceramic Materials Beyond Academia. Seminar leader. Tuesday, 17 January 2017. University of Cambridge, UK
2016-2017ARCL0152: Twilight of Urban Civilisations: the Indus case. Lecturer , IoA, MA in Archaeology and Heritage of AsiaUCL, UK
2016-2017ARCL0152: Indianisation, or not: early contacts between South Asia and Southeast Asia.
Lecturer, IoA, MA in Archaeology and Heritage of Asia
UCL, UK
2016-2017ARCL0152: Regional traditions of the origins of “civilisation” and “social complexity”.
Lecturer, IoA, MA in Archaeology and Heritage of Asia
UCL, UK