Servane Hardouin

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A graduate from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) and the Sorbonne University, Servane Hardouin is currently finishing a master’s degree at the University of Oxford, where she specialises in the archaeology of ancient Egypt and the Near East. After working at the British Museum and the Louvre, she joined the research centre Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East & North Africa (EAMENA). Her mission involved using satellite imagery in order to record the state of conservation or destruction of archaeological sites in Yemen and Saudi Arabia. Today, her research focuses on the issues around the management of an archaeological site under threat near Luxor, in Egypt.

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