Tomomi Fushiya

Tomomi Fushiya studied archaeology and holds a BA from Waseda University (Tokyo, Japan) and an MA in Managing Archaeological Sites from University College London, with a dissertation focusing on developing a methodology towards local community involvement in site management in Egypt.

She has worked on site assessment and management projects, conservation training programmes and excavations with different international institutions in Japan, US, UK, Lebanon, Egypt and Sudan, before she started her PhD research on archaeology and the Nubian communities in Sudan in 2015 at Leiden University.

Her main research interests are public archaeology, heritage management, cultural landscape, heritage education and cultural heritage studies. Her main regional focus has been in Egypt and Sudan.

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Leiden University
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