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Dominic Dalglish

I’m a London based classical archaeologist and ancient historian. I’ve worked at the British Museum, Oxford University and King’s College London in various precarious capacities. I'm currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Open University, where I work mainly on art and material culture in religious environments, and specifically on constructions of gods in the ancient Mediterranean world. I also work on monumentalism, the use of violence in art, and constructions of gender in material assemblages.  

I spend quite a lot of time thinking about images and objects, going to museums and galleries, and walking around looking at buildings. I’ve been fortunate enough to be a co-curator of two exhibitions, one quite small and another rather large, which you can read more about here.

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Vincent Jordan

I’m a Midlands based graduate of Christ Church, Oxford, in the early stages of my curatorial career. I have a particular interest in the ways in which art is displayed, urban fabrics, and artistic creation more broadly. I have also kept a personal blog here about aspects of presentation and display. 


I have active interests in wine, travel (writing), and poetry. 

Matt Lloyd Roberts

Matthew is an architectural historian, podcast producer and writer. He works on the podcast About Buildings and Cities and hosts a podcast for the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain. He is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge and member of the Ax:son Johnson Centre for the Study of Classical Architecture.

Alex Grindley

Alex is a London-based heritage professional working at The British Library. They currently help put on exhibitions in public libraries around the UK, and have interests in digital heritage, public archaeology, community engagement, and their intersection.

Troy Fielder

Troy is a researcher, writer and social media ‘expert’. He currently lives in Paris and doesn’t speak French; his days are confused, haphazard, and, all too often, poorly translated. In October 2023, he will be starting a PhD in Geography at the University of Cambridge. 

Katie Manby

Katie is an archaeology PhD student based between the University of Reading and the British Museum. Her research focuses on Roman artefacts, particularly metals. She also has interests in Roman architecture, the history of museum collections, and the boundaries between different archaeological sectors. Her new hobby is spotting and photographing postboxes from different time periods.

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