Christina Clarke specialises in metal material culture from prehistory to the present with a focus on metallurgical processes and their practice as a source for interpreting cultures and societies. She received a PhD from the ANU School of Art & Design in 2012 for research on Minoan metal vessels. Her research interests also include material-cultural methodologies, craft theory, digital humanities (Linked Open Data, mapping), design ethics, tacit knowledge in craft practice, craft-skills transfer and archaeometallurgy.
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