I hope that this website will become a sort of archive: a record of the messes that I have gotten myself into and their results. These pages document my forays into archaeology, heritage, identity, crime and politics.
I am now a Postdoctoral Research Fellow studying illicit trafficking of antiquities from South America at the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research, University of Glasgow. Find out more on the Trafficking Culture Website.
For information about my doctoral dissertation, entitled Archaeological Practice and Political Change: Transitions and Transformations in the Use of the Past in Nationalist, Neoliberal, and Indigenous Bolivia please visit my PhD page.
If you see something you like here, let me know. I am always interested in related (and tangential!) research, collaboration and knowledge sharing.
Property of an Anonymous Swiss Collector: Moderately Learned commentary on looting, Antiquities Trafficking, and Art Crime
Grotesque Stone Idols: Archaeology, Politics, Heritage and Culture