Dr Bryony Onciul


Dr Bryony Onciul earned her BA in History and Politics from the University of Nottingham, an  MA in Heritage Education and Interpretation from Newcastle University, and went on to study her PhD funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council at the International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies at Newcastle University. She studied at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, as part of her undergraduate degree and did extensive research in Canada as part of her MA and PhD.

Bryony’s research in history, heritage and museology continues to take her overseas and she is currently working on projects in the UK, Canada, and the Pacific.

Bryony previously taught at Newcastle University in the International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, where she delivered MA programmes on Museum, Gallery and Heritage Studies and developed two new undergraduate modules: Arts and Heritage Media; and Exhibiting Art, Exhibiting Cultures. In September 2012 Bryony joined the University of Exeter as a Lecturer in Public History.