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New Research Centre Administrator for CCHS at UCL

News: Apr 10, 2017

From March 2017 Centre for Critical Heritage Studies at UCL welcomes new Research Centre Administrator Hannah Williams.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Centre for Critical Heritage Studies operates at UCL as an inter-faculty research centre led by the Institute of Archaeology and supported by the Institute of Advanced Studies where Hannah is based. Within the IoA, Hannah also works as Administrative Assistant and Events Organizer to the AHRC funded Heritage Futures Research Project. Hannah’s background is in medieval history, with a particular focus on monastic teaching, learning, and spirituality in the German lands in the central middle ages. Originally from Melbourne, she completed her PhD at the University of Manchester and has held lecturing, editorial, and research administration roles in Melbourne, Manchester, London, and Oxford.

− I am delighted to be working with all the team at UCL and in Gothenburg, and to contribute to meeting the goals of UGOT Global Challenges - understanding how we mobilize the past to create the conditions for our futures, says Hannah Williams.

Working closely with Research Administrator Jenny Högström Berntson at the University of Gothenburg, Hannah will support the UCL Leadership Group and Research Clusters in all Centre activities and events.

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Utskriftsdatum: 2017-07-23