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Dr Alice Stevenson
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Appointment
  • Associate Professor
  • Institute of Archaeology Gordon Square
  • Institute of Archaeology
  • Faculty of S&HS
Biography

I am an Associate Professor of Museum Studies. I previously held positions as Curator of the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology (2013-2017), Researcher in World Archaeology at the Pitt Rivers Museum (2009-2012) and Research Fellow in the Institute of Archaeology and Department of Information Studies (2007-2009). 

 

Between 2013 and 2017 I was the lead researcher and initiator of the AHRC-funded project 'Artefacts of Excavation', which explored the history and legacy of the dispersal of finds from British excavations in Egypt (http://egyptartefacts.griffith.ox.ac.uk/). I am currently leading the follow-on for impact project from this, 'Egypt's Dispersed Heritage' (https://gtr.ukri.org/projects?ref=AH%2FS004580%2F1). 

 

Research Groups
Research Summary

My research interests include:

  • History of museums and collections of archaeology, anthropology and Egyptology
  • Museum archaeology
  • Museums and source communities
  • Community archaeology
  • The antiquities trade 
  • Museum ethics
  • Treatment of human remains in museums
  • Predynastic Egypt
  • Mortuary archaeology and ritual practice

My current major project is as PI of the AHRC-funded 'Egypt's Dispersed Heritage' project, a programme of dissemination, cultural events, artistic responses and museum exhibitions in Egypt and the UK- co-developed with community partners - to increase understanding about the conditions of export of antiquities from Egypt and their legacies today.

 

I have a collaboration with Mirjam Brusius (German Historical Institute London) on the 100 Histories of 100 Worlds in One Object project, a long-term, multi-format initiative that provides a response to the British Museum's History of the World in 100 Objects. Other collaborative projects include a new edited volume on Critical Collections Management with Dr Cara Krmpotich (University of Toronto).


I am currently editing the new Oxford University Press title The Oxford Handbook of Museum Archaeology for delivery in 2021, which brings together some 50 international scholars and professionals to present an original transnational reference point for critical engagements with the legacies of, and futures for, global archaeological collections.



Teaching Summary

Alice Stevenson currently co-ordinates the following modules:
  • ARCL0190 Museum Archaeology (BA)
  • ARCL0092 The Museum: Critical Perspectives (MA)
  • ARCL0118 Collections Management and Care (MA)
  • ARCL0199 Heritage Ethics and Practice in the Middle East and Mediterranean (MA) (with Corisande Fenwick)

Academic Background
    PGCE.  
2005   Master of Philosophy University of Cambridge
2003   Master of Arts University of Leicester
    ATQ03 - Recognised by the HEA as a Fellow  
2007   Doctor of Philosophy University of Cambridge
2001   Bachelor of Arts University of Cambridge
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