Meet the team: Dominic Walker

Dom is completing a PhD at the University of Cambridge, UK, looking at the use of social media by museums and their followers. He is particularly interested in the impact of social networking sites on the traditional authority of museums and their benefits for various publics. Dom has previously been the General Editor of the Archaeological Review from Cambridge and has published on collaborative archaeology, community involvement in heritage management, and social media usage in museums and archaeology. He has just started as an editorial assistant at Palgrave Macmillan, assisting on the Geography, STS, Health and Criminology lists. For tweets on all these things his Twitter handle is @dmncwlkr.


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