Rebecca Bristow

Rebecca Bristow

PhD fellow

Current research

As part of the project A World without Images, I study figurative representations in Neolithic Europe.

I graduated from Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne university with a Master's in Prehistoric Archaeology, and from the Ecole nationale des chartes with a Master's in Digital humanities.

During my studies, I joined excavations in France, Italy and Russia, and took part in several projects involving archaeological archives.

I went on to work as a project engineer for Sorbonne University, where I oversaw research data management and taught a database course for undergraduates.

My PhD project investigates the disappearance of figurative representations in west-Central Europe during the fifth millennium BCE.


Primary fields of research

  • Prehistoric archaeology (Neolithic and Bronze Age Europe)
  • Digital Humanities



Relational databases for the Humanities (Sorbonne University)

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