In 2020, an international cohort of cross-disciplinary practitioners gathered online…
Fay Stevens is an archaeologist specialising in theoretical landscape archaeology, ethics and phenomenological research methods. She is Adjunct Assistant Professor at University of Notre Dame and a contributing lecturer on the Oxford University MSc in Applied Landscape Archaeology. Aligned with this is her curatorial and artistic work focusing on embodied cartographies, language and senses of place. Her work is a process of excavation, an unravelling of time, memory and substance. She has recently designed a new course ‘London Heritage: Walking the City, Writing the Past’ for University of Notre Dame, London Faculty.