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Anne Sassin

Anne Sassin

PhD in Archaeology at the University of Nottingham in 2012 on social identity and monumental architecture in the landscape in South Wales during the early medieval to Norman transition, c. AD 950-1200. This research addressed the themes of contextual use, iconography, craftsmanship, landscape placement, and the incorporation of memory in particular, utilising a multi-scalar approach, both on a regional county-wide macro-scale and the more intensive site-specific micro-level.

Currently engaged as Sessional Lecturer and Honourary Research Fellow at Canterbury Christ Church University, where I contribute to early and late medieval archaeology modules.

Present on-going projects include fieldwork and community archaeology programmes in Surrey and Powys.