I am a PhD student at the University of South Florida where I am currently engaging in textiles and dress from a digital archaeology perspective. Tools being utilized include digital photogrammetry and structured light scanning.
I am a Palaeolithic archaeologist with particular research interests in bone tools and vegetal crafting (including basketry, matting, netting, textiles, etc.).
I am an experimental archaeologist recently graduated from the University of Exeter, and about to embark on a PhD. I am interested in human-bird relations and the material culture of feathers that have informed and shaped human worlds.
I work mostly with natural dyes and have recreated recipes from the Leyden papyrus Xand the Stockholm papyrus, however, I also experiment with creating and treating fibres, spinning and felting and recreating knotted textiles.
I have a degree in Natural Sciences and I am currently finishing my MSc in Natural System Sciences at the University of Turin.
My researches focus on the microscopic and biomolecular analyses of ancient dental calculus.
In 2010, I gained a doctorate in archaeozoology by studying medieval animal bone from Emden in Germany. However, I had been a keen embroiderer for as long as I can remember.
My name is Ronja Lau, I studied prehistoric archaeology at the Freie Universität Berlin and since my Bachelor degree I'm dealing with textile archaeology and experiments concerning textile research.
I’m an Archaeologist, living in Austria, studies in Late Roman, Longobards, settlements, clothing. Focusing on ancient technology, with a good base experience in wood and in textile craftsmanship. In 2015, I started experimental Archaeology in textile technology, spinning, carding, and especially
I am in my final year of my PhD project (2017-2020) which is looking at textile production in Iron Age Britain. I am concerned with querying the functional attributes of textile tools as an assemblage and characterizing the circumstances of their discard.