It has been a while since I have posted a new article on the blog. This is due to a number of reasons, primarily due to a lack of inspiration and priority of other projects, including my PhD.
I am happy to announce that as of last week I have submitted the final corrected copy of my thesis! The work focuses on the use of 3D simulations for the interpretation of archaeological sites. I investigate the theoretical and philosophical nature of 3D models and practical uses of these techniques.
Unfortunately, at the moment the thesis is embargoed, as I am hoping to publish a number of articles from it. Nonetheless, I know it may be of use to some of you here, and as such I wanted to give you an opportunity to have a read should you wish to know more about the subject.
If you would like a pdf version of the thesis, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org . It is of course absolutely free, although please be aware I may need to vet requests to ensure my work is not stolen prior to publication.
Also, if you have any requests for new blog posts do let me know!
Thanks for following.