Alice Robinson, Anthropologist

Alice says, “I am trained as a curator and archaeological/anthropological researcher. I am the youngest woman ever to become a curator at the British Museum. I worked as a curator for the British Museum’s Department of Asia, specialising in knowledge of South Asia; Sri Lanka and India. I looked after 30,000 ancient objects. I have also worked at Stonehenge, and was involved in the discovery of a sister henge site. As for my background, I studied at Oxford University and graduated in 2005 with an MA in archaeology and anthropology. I have undertaken archaeological and anthropological fieldwork in the UK and abroad in countries such as Romania, Nepal, Belize and Sri Lanka.”