Miss Rebeca Suarez Ferreira, BA (hons) MA
(email at email@example.com)
I hold a BA in anthropology, where I focused in archaeology, from the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University.
I completed the MA Conservation of Archaeological and Museum Objects with the Department of Archaeology at Durham in September of 2015.
My current research is preliminary titled: A Critical Epistemology of Object Conservation through an Ethnography of Conservators.
2016: Ustinov Travel Grant
2016: Norman Richardson Post Graduate Research Fund
Papers, Posters, & Presentations
- Revealing Evidence to inform Conservation: The Case of a Tibetan Buddhist Prayer-Wheel. Poster given at Accessing the Past: Evidence of Artefacts Conference; organized by the Artefacts Research Group, Archaeology Department, Durham University.
- The Conservation of a Tibetan Prayer-Wheel. Invited to present the paper at Glasgow Museums 8th Annual Collections Research Conference, sponsored by Glasgow Museums, Glasgow Life.
- Bronze Disease Detection: An FTIR Analysis of Archaeological Copper Alloy Objects Enabling The Burrell Collection Decant. Paper presented at The Human Past: Multidisciplinary and Global Perspectives on Archaeology and Heritage Conference, sponsored by the Society of Archaeological Masters Students (SAMS), University College London Institute of Archaeology.
- Ritual Equivalency of Macaws and Copper Bells in Mesoamerica and the Southwestern United States. Paper presented at The Annual Honors Symposium, sponsored by Barrett the Honors College, Arizona State University.
- Mogollon Prehistoric Landscapes Project Artifact Catalog, Arizona State University October 2012, Dr. Karen Schollmeyer, Dr. Margaret Nelson, Will G. Russell, Rebecca Harkness, and Rebeca Suarez.
Memberships of Professional Institutes
Institute of Conservation (ICON)
- Member of the ICON-Documentation Network
International Council of Museums - Commitee for Conservation
- Member of the Theory and History of Conservation Working Group