Daniel Cull is a Conservator, Wikipedian, Social Networker, and Blogger from the West Country of the British Isles. Trained at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London, where he received a BSc in Archaeology, MA in Principles of Conservation, and an MSc in Conservation for Archaeology and Museums. He was later awarded an Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship at the National Museum of the American Indian/Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. He currently work as an ethnographic musical instrument conservator at the Musical Instrument Museum, in Arizona, and am on the editorial board of e-conservation magazine. I research widely within the field of conservation. He is particularly interested in contemporary conservation theory, ethnographic conservation, the history of conservation and the cultural and social context of contemporary conservation.
e-conservation magazine: http://www.e-conservationline.com/
My Weblog: http://dancull.wordpress.com/
A list of my publications to date: http://dancull.wordpress.com/curriculum-vitae/bibliography/