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Since beginning my own studies, I have recognised the importance and interdependence of both History and Digital technologies. I graduated in History of Art from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 2013 where I specialized in Ancient Art in Roman Spain. After completing my degree, I studied for an MA in Classical Art and Archaeology at Kings College London, where I attended the Digital Classics module at the Institute of Classical Studies and collaborated with the Heritage Gazetteer of Cyprus Project at the Department of Digital Humanities. At the moment, I am a PhD student at the Open University looking at Cultural Contact in Early Roman Spain Through Linked Open Data Technologies. I have collaborated with the Sunoikisis Digital Classics online programme where I designed and taught a class on Geographic Semantic Annotation and visualisation and I have taken part in several trainings and workshops on the incorporation of Digital tools for the study of the Ancient World.


The Open University Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences Classical Studies The Open University Milton Keynes MK7 6AA

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