Dr Chris Dalglish
Inherit: the Institute for Heritage and Sustainable Human Development
Dr Chris Dalglish is a director of Inherit (www.inherit-institute.org), the York Archaeological Trust’s Institute for Heritage & Sustainable Human Development. Chris joined the Trust in 2017 to help establish Inherit. This new institute is expanding the Trust’s international reach, delivering impactful research, advocating changes in policy and undertaking community development programmes.
Dr Armando D'Agostino
University of Milan
Dr Armando D’Agostino is a consultant psychiatrist and internationally-recognised expert in sleep and dreaming in psychiatric disorders. His research spans disorders such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and obsessive compulsive disorder, and combines methods from functional neuroimaging, psychopharmocology, and descriptive psychopathology.
Independent Sculptor and Photographer
Sarah Danays is an internationally exhibited sculptor and photographer whose work is inspired by gesture and antiquities – notably broken ones. Her practice involves extensive research into an object’s history and context to develop new interpretations for significant museum pieces and to inform the “treatment” of broken objects from her own collection.
Dr Dimitrios Giataganas
University of Athens
Dr. Dimitrios Giataganas (BSc, MSc NTUA 2004, MSc Imperial College 2005, PhD Durham University 2009) is HFRI Principal investigator and group leader at the University of Athens in Greece. Prior to taking up his current post, Dimitrios has done his research on theoretical high energy physics at several universities and institutes, including the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa and Oxford University in UK..
Dr Sowon Park
University of California, Santa Barbara
Sowon Park is an Assistant Professor in Cognitive Literary Studies at UC Santa Barbara and specializes in modernism and the unconscious. The founder of the Unconscious Memory Network, she is now pursuing her research on the representation of altered states of consciousness, such as dreams.
Professor Hetu Sheth
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Hetu Sheth is Professor of Igneous Petrology and Volcanology in the Department of Earth Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay), Mumbai. Professor Sheth obtained his Bachelor of Science (Geology) from Mumbai University (1992) and Master of Science (Applied Geology, 1994) and Ph.D. (1998) from IIT Bombay.