Servane Hardouin


St Benet's Hall


MPhil Egyptology


Educational Background:

BA Social and Political Sciences at Sciences Po Paris, France (2015-2018)

BA History at Sorbonne University, France (2015-2018)

Erasmus Program at University College London, UK (2017-2018)

Research Intern at the Louvre Museum, Department of Egyptian Antiquities (2018)

Research Intern at the British Museum, Department of Ancient Egypt & Sudan (2017-2018)

Research Intern at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), Paris (2017)

Research Interests:

My research deals with issues of cultural heritage management, endangered archaeological sites & community archaeology. I focus on the material heritage of ancient Egypt, but my interest expands to the wider Middle East & North Africa. Currently, I am writing my master thesis on the recent history of the village of Qurna, near Luxor, which was built on top of Pharaonic tombs and was destroyed between 1997 and 2007. 

Peer-reviewed Publications:

Fradley, Michael & Servane Hardouin. 2019. Remote Sensing of Endangered Archaeology on Gebel Ataqah, Egypt. – PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/Egyptology 16(2) (2019), 1-21. ISSN 1567-214X. 21 pages + 9 figures.

Servane Hardouin