Dr Sandra Camarda works as a Research Associate at the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (University of Luxembourg). She has been awarded a Masters in Museum Anthropology and a PhD in Anthropology from UCL (University College London), specialising in visual culture and in the history of photography. In the past she has conducted extensive research on American and European collections exploring the use of photographs in the history of science and anthropology. At the University of Luxembourg, she recently completed a Marie Curie Actions/FNR (Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg) funded project on historical postcards of Luxembourg in relation to the construction of national identity. Her research interests focus on visual and material culture, the history of WW1 and the strategies of use and display of museum collections in both real and virtual environments. She is currently involved in a digital history project developing a virtual exhibition on the Great War in Luxembourg.
Sandra is a Research Associate currently involved in a digital history project developing a virtual exhibition on the Great War in Luxembourg.