As Project Administrator, I assist primarily in the qualitative and quantitative data gathering process of the project Mapping the Humanities in the UK. My background is in Classics and I have a particular interest for Latin and Greek epigraphy and papyrology, and for the application of statistical analysis, database technologies and geospatial modelling to historical research. I recently completed a PhD in late Roman history at King’s College London (where I also oversee the development of DataCons: the Digital Database of Late Roman Consular Dates), and I hold a MRes in Byzantine Studies from Birmingham, an MA in Archaeology and a BA in Cultural Heritage Studies from the University of Milan.