About

29472900_1623722904348869_5589281121150959616_oLizzie.

23 years old.

She/her.

British.

Modern and Medieval Languages Graduate.

Bookworm.

Travel-nut.

Biscuit-muncher.

Wine-drinker.

Daughter.

Sister.

Friend.

Extroverted Introvert – an INFJ.

I am all of the above, and also a lover of all things museum-related. I love museums generally – science museums, natural history museums, local history museums – but exploring cultural heritage is what particularly fascinates me. I started my museum career at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge, helping with museum events whilst I finished my degree. I have travelled around South America and Western Europe, and hope to explore more places, learning more languages, and learning more about world heritage as I go along.

I believe cultural heritage – our own, and that of others – is something that should be freely accessible regardless of income, social status, gender, race, health issues or mother-tongue. Culture is something that everyone has and should have the ability to understand and explore. Promoting access to cultural heritage is something I hope to do as I continue my work in museums, and arts and heritage more broadly. And my musings about that, as well as other topics of interest, will build up here over time, for people to peruse, and muse upon themselves.