Suzie Thomas

University Lecturer
University of Helsinki
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Suzie Thomas is University Lecturer in Museology at the Universtiy of Helsinki (Finland), currently on research leave to work on Academy of Finland project "Lapland's Dark Heritage: Understanding the Cultural Legacy of Northern Finland's WWII German Materialities within Interdisciplinary Perspectives". She has her PhD from the International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle University (UK) and has previously worked at the Council for British Archaeology and the University of Glasgow (UK). Selected recent articles: Thomas, S., Seitsonen, O., and Herva, V.-P. (2916) Nazi memorabilia, dark heritage and treasure hunting as 'alternative' tourism: understanding the fascination with the material remains of World War II in Northern Finland, Journal of Field Archaeology. Thomas, S. (2015) Collaborate, Condemn, or Ignore? Responding to Non-Archaeological Approaches to Archaeological Heritage, European Journal of Archaeology 18(2): 312-328 Thomas, S. (2014) Vulnerable by design: Theft and Finnish Architecture, The Historic Environment: Policy and Practice 5(3): 231-44 Recent books: Grove, L. and Thomas, S. (eds.) (2014) Heritage Crime: Progress, Prospects and Prevention, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Thomas. S., and Lea, J. (eds.) (2014) Public Participation in Archaeology, Woodbridge: The Boydell Press

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