Museologia

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Yhteystiedot:

Käyntiosoite:
Unioninkatu 38 D 230, 2. kerros.

Postiosoite:
Museologian opintokokonaisuus
PL 59
00014 Helsingin yliopisto

Puh. 02941 21770

Yliopistonlehtori: Anna Wessman
e-mail: anna.wessman(at)helsinki.fi

Huom! Opintoneuvontaa antaa yliopistonlehtori Anna Wessman.

MUSEOLOGIAN HENKILÖKUNTA

Museologian toimisto sijaitsee Topeliassa (Unionink. 38 D, 2. krs). Museologian opintokokonaisuus kuuluu hallinnollisesti Filosofian, historian, kulttuurin ja taiteiden tutkimuksen laitokseen.


Suzie Thomas

PhD, yliopistonlehtori
Huone D228
Puh. +358 (0)50 448 750
suzie.e.thomas(at)helsinki.fi

Suzie Thomas is University Lecturer in Museology since April 2014. Previously, Suzie was a Research Associate on the Trafficking Culture project (www.traffickingculture.org), based at the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (www.sccjr.ac.uk), University of Glasgow (www.gla.ac.uk), UK.  Suzie also worked at the Council for British Archaeology (www.archaeologyuk.org), a UK-wide educational charity based in York, as the Community Archaeology Support Officer for three years.

She did her first degree in Archaeology and Prehistory at the University of Sheffield (www.sheffield.ac.uk) before completing a Masters degree in Heritage Education and Interpretation at the International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies at Newcastle University (www.ncl.ac.uk).

While finishing her MA, she was persuaded to research a PhD looking at the relationships between archaeologists and metal-detector users in England and Wales, which she finally completed in 2009 after studying part time and working in various heritage organisations and for Newcastle University. She has worked at a number of sites and museums in England, including the Galleries of Justice in Nottingham (www.galleriesofjustice.co.uk), Creswell Crags in Derbyshire (www.creswell-crags.org.uk) and Bede’s World in South Tyneside (www.bedesworld.co.uk). Suzie holds an honorary Research Associateship with the University of York (www.york.ac.uk).

Among Suzie’s research interests are archaeology and metal detecting, heritage and crime, community archaeology and, museums and education, and the role of the voluntary sector in museum and heritage research and activities. She is one of the founding editors of the Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage (http://www.maneyonline.com/loi/cah).