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 Ashley Lingle

Ashley Lingle

Research student, Conservation, School of History, Archaeology and Religion

Academic History

  • MSc Conservation for Archeology & Museums University College London, UK (2011)
    Dissertation:  “Double, Double, Toil and Trouble: Challenges and New Approaches in the Conservation of Witchcraft Objects”
  • M.A. Principles of Conservation University College, London, UK (2009)
    Dissertation:  “Touching Conservation: Assessing the Benefits of Touch in Heritage Collections in the Context of Conservation”
  • B.A. Anthropology (Minor in Studio Art) Tulane University - New Orleans, LA (2007)

Research interests

  • digital preservation
  • field conservation
  • earthen architecture
  • sustainable conservation practice
  • archaeological and natural history materials
  • community outreach.

Thesis

Application of Aqueous Polymers on Earthen Substrates

This study investigates the impact of application of a synthetic carbon based polymer on physical properties of an earthen substrate. For this assessment, Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Microspectroscopy will be utilized to examine consolidation and dispersion. Polymer impact on compressive strength will be measured with a Universal Testing Machine (UTM). Additionally climate modeling will be used to access the role of environment in initial application.

David Doddington

Professor David Watkinson

Professor of Conservation, Head of Archaeology and Conservation and Deputy Head of School

Nicola Emmerson

Dr Nicola Emmerson

Senior Lecturer in Conservation, Lead in Safety, Health and Environment

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