Elizabeth holds a MSc. Conservation Studies Degree from University College London (UCL) Qatar (2017), and a B. A in Archaeology from the University of Ibadan (2014). She is a Presidential Fellow, and Doctoral Student Affiliate of the Kellogg Institute of International Studies, University of Notre Dame.
Using physico-chemical analytical methods, her M.Sc. thesis investigated the materials and technological processes used in the manufacture of the glazes of selected ceramic wares from archaeology excavations in Qatar. Her B. A. thesis explored the interactions between subsistence economies, architectural structures, and spatial organization in the Agbowa-Ikosi community, Lagos state, Nigeria.
Elizabeth has worked on archaeological and conservation projects in Nigeria, Qatar, Turkey, Italy, and the United States of America. Before joining the Anthropology PhD program at Notre Dame, she worked at the iconic National Museum of Qatar. Her research interests include African history and Archaeology, Industrialization, Trade and Network Systems, Ceramic Material and Technology, Conservation, Craft Specialization and Socio-cultural Identities.
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