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Victoria hols a PhD in Biological Anthropology from Department of Archaeology, the University of Cambridge. She was supervised by Dr Arik Kershenbaum and Professor Robert Foley, and advised by Dr Emma Pomeroy. Her PhD profile is accessible via the Cambridge Department website hereBelow is information about her academic record and experience. 

ACADEMIC WORK EXPERIENCE

Archaeological Review from Cambridge - Book Reviews Editor (2020 - 2022 )

The Australian Museum Public Blog - supervised by Stan Florek (2014 - 2018): Sample available here

Soyo, Mongolia NMAP + Max Planck Institute 2017

Kantarodai Expedition (Jaffna, Sri Lanka) 2018

Coves del Toll (Moia, Catalunya) 2018 - solo field work, supported by the Olwen Tudor Scholarship 

ACADEMIC and SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

Pham, V. A.-V., & Fletcher, R. (2024). Negative Space: An Alternative Framework for Archaeoacoustics. Journal of Cognition, 7(1): 6, pp. 1–17. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/joc.331

Book Chapters (about to be updated!)

Co-authored

Taylor, W. & Fantoni, M. et al. 2020. ‘Horse sacrifice and butchery in Bronze Age Mongolia,’ Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, p. 1-8.

Taylor, W.T.T., Clark, J., Bayarsaikhan, J. et al. Early Pastoral Economies and Herding Transitions in Eastern Eurasia. Sci Rep 10, 1001 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-57735-y

Other

Nguyen, J. & Pham, V.A.V. 2023. How we’re using the Vietnamese ethnic savings scheme ‘Hụi’ to buy back our cultural heritage. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/how-were-using-the-vietnamese-ethnic-savings-scheme-h-i-to-buy-back-our-cultural-heritage-204802 

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