Curator of Archaeology
Katinka Dalglish (formerly Stentoft) is Curator of Archaeology, responsible for the collections of archaeological material from the Roman period up to c. 1600 AD. In addition she also curates Glasgow Museums collections of 18th-20th century Scottish industrial pottery sherds.
Katinka graduated from the Universities of Copenhagen and Glasgow with degrees in prehistoric and medieval archaeology, focussing her personal interest and research on Viking period archaeology in the Western Isles of Scotland. Since graduating she has worked on both commercial and research-led projects in Scotland as well as Denmark, Ireland and Egypt, until joining Glasgow Museums as part-time curator in 2004. She currently serves as a Council member of the Society for Medieval Archaeology.
Katinka has a keen interest in coastal heritage and the effect of coastal erosion on archaeological sites. A frequent visitor to the Outer Hebrides she has worked on a number of coastal projects including excavations of eroding sites and Coastal Zone Assessment Surveys.
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