Sarah Coxon is a PhD student in archaeology at the University of Southampton, from which she also graduated with BA Hons in Archaeology in 2009 and an MA with distinction in Ceramics and Lithics analysis in 2010. Her current research into creativity and Bronze Age ceramic craft in Serbia is funded by HERA as part of the european CinBA (Creativity in the Bronze Age) project. She also works as a ceramics supervisor at the summer excavations at Szazhalombatta Bronze Age Tell in Hungary.  Additionally she is co-organising the Insights from Innovation conference which will be held at the University of Southampton in October 2012: www.soton.ac.uk/innovationcomference



Get in touch: S.Coxon@soton.ac.uk

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My Blog

This blog will primarily serve as an academic journal to externalise my maunderings and tell you a bit about my travels and what I find during various research trips and field seasons.


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