Hannah Page is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Pisa. She recently completed her PhD at the UCL Institute of Archaeology in London based on the archaeometric study of early 2nd millennium CE ceramics from western Uganda. Her work utilizes technological and compositional analytical approaches on ceramics such as portable X-Ray Fluorescence and thin section petrography, to explore aspects of social and economic organization in the past. Hannah holds an undergraduate degree in Egyptian Archaeology and a masters degree in Artefact Studies, also from UCL. She has undertaken archaeological fieldwork, taught field methods, and worked in museums in Uganda, Sudan, the UK, South Africa, and Botswana, and has taught on courses in World Archaeology, Field Methods and Public Archaeology at UCL since 2015.