Assistant Professor of Classical Archaeology, Aarhus University, Denmark.

I am a Classical archaeologist and ancient historian working on the epigraphy and material culture of religious practice; pilgrimage, sacred landscapes and the natural world; mobility and migration; emotion and experience; and interconnectivity, social networks and network analysis. I am a pioneer in the use of social network analytical methods to interpret religious movements in Classical antiquity, and a founder member of The Connected Past research network. I currently work in Aarhus as part of the Sapere Aude funded project exploring the Emergence of Sacred Travel in the Graeco-Roman Mediterranean.

My temporal range is broad, I am interested in advancing comparative, diachronic approaches, and my work extends from the Bronze Age to Late Antiquity. I am focused on Anatolia, Syria, the East Mediterranean and the Aegean, and I have excavated in Crete (Minoan Palaikastro, British School at Athens) and Turkey (the sanctuary at Doliche, Universität Münster), as well as co-directing the Lower Göksu Archaeological Salvage Survey Project in Cilicia (Turkey) since 2015.

I live in Aarhus, Denmark, with my husband, Dr Stuart Eve, and our three children.