Elisa Broccoli is Research Fellow on the JPI Deep Cities project, working with both the University of Florence and the University of Stirling’s teams (WP3 and WP4). She is also Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Stirling. Her research interests focus on Building Archaeology and Digital Heritage.
Elisa holds a PhD in Archaeology and Post-classical Antiquities (University of Rome – La Sapienza), a bachelor’s degree in History and Conservation of Archaeological Heritage (University of Florence) and a master’s degree in Medieval Archaeology (University of Florence).
She has participated in a broad portfolio of archaeological fieldwork and research projects led by the School of Medieval Archaeology of the University of Florence focused mainly on Light Archaeology (Building and Landscape Archaeology).
Elisa is also interested in different forms of public engagement with the human past. She recently started a collaboration with Sarah Bromage and the Scottish Political Archive, housed at the University of Stirling, and with Dr Chiara Bonacchi, Senior Lecturer in Heritage at University of Stirling. She is author of two crowdsourcing applications on the MicroPasts web platform created to enhance the Scottish Political Archive and to research political uses of the past in the context of the 2014 Referendum in Scotland.
Elisa is a Research Assistant on the JPI CURBATHERI project, contributing to WP3 and WP4.