David FALLON

ucl, research assistant David began his fieldwork career in 1986 before attending Saint David’s University College to study archaeology and history. Upon graduating he started a new life as a curator documenting the prehistoric lithic and metalwork collections at Liverpool Museum. Work life led him back to university, this time at Bournemouth, where he took up archaeological project and resource management. His post-graduate diploma did nothing to dissuade him from the peripatetic lifestyle of an excavator. Then in 1997 he relocated across the pond where he was active in the AIA. By… Read More

Sarah FORGESSON

UCL, RESEARCH ASSistant Sarah is a New Zealand born archaeologist with a deep passion for Oceania and the development of sustainable and representative approaches to heritage management strategies for local communities in the face of climate change. Her doctoral research combines qualitative surveys and GIS to create a specific understanding of how Indigenous groups are working to value and relocate their heritage for a future away from their home lands. These experiences are helping the CAAL project to further investigate the effects of climate change in Central Asia and form a better understanding… Read More

Farukh KHABIBULLAYEV

iicas, specialist in international relations and caal team leader Farukh’s passion lies with applying technologies and design such as 3D modelling, art and graphic design to save cultural heritage. His career in the field began in 2015 with the private archaeological firm, Archaeological Expertise with whom he participated in numerous expeditions in Kazakhstan including leading several expeditions. In 2016 he participated in the Newton Al-Farabi partnership program as a GIS expert. He has conducted Heritage Impact Assessments for the new Spiritual and Cultural Centre and Eski Turkestan Archaeological Park (both related to… Read More