Suzanne is the Lecturer in Employment Development, teaching on a range of subjects including: heritage and museums, research methods, and professional development. She completed her BA in History, MA in Native American and Pre-Columbian Art and Architecture, and PhD in Art History at the University of Essex. Her teaching experience includes: Early Modern History, Art History, ancient History, Archaeology, Linguistics, and Employability and Career Development. In addition to academic teaching and research, Suzanne has worked within Employability and Careers teams, developing employer links, internships, and personal and professional development workshops for students and graduates.
Suzanne s research interests are:
- curatorial practice and museum studies
- digital museums and collections
- conservation practice
Her PhD focused on the political organisation and hieroglyphic writing of the Classic period Maya (250-900 A.D.).