Aleesha Csanki

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Aleesha Csanki

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Hi there!

My name is Aleesha and I’m a self-confessed archaeology nerd. Having adored learning about the ancient world since I was little, I lived the dream at Macquarie University and the University of Newcastle, where I graduated from my Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Ancient History & Classical Languages and Sociology & Anthropology.

My time at Macquarie, where they specialise in Ancient Egypt, saw me learn to read and write Middle Egyptian Hieroglyphs, as well as get hands-on with artefacts at the Ancient Cultures Museum while being taught by world-famous Egyptologists. Back in my hometown of Newcastle, I rounded out my studies with a spot of Ancient Greek and Roman society.

At the end 2009, I began freelance writing for Archaeological Diggings Journals / Magazine Australia, and have been working for them until the change of ownership occurred during the end of 2013 . With some Archaeological Journalism as my sideline, I also somehow managed to had some time to get married in 2012, and am now living with my husband in Melbourne, home of the arts, trams, coffee – and the occasional rainy day.

During early 2012, I also took part in helping the AAA website, by helping researching and setting up dates of events that had been taking part around the local and Australian wide community. Later in 2012 my skills and knowledge came into good use as I was accepted to become a volunteer at the famous Melbourne Museum. Here I helped participate in educational activities for visitor as a Front of Door Volunteer, and then became a gallery explainer for the Aztec exhibition that was held at the Museum for a limited time.

Changes in 2014, I got to travel overseas to Europe with my Husband. Finally getting to see some of the old and historical sites in Germany, Paris and Berlin with its amazing Museums, made me felt like it was a dream to be exploring new lands and brought back the spark in my love for Archaeology.

2016, To get back into freelance writing.

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Happy to work any time during the week. Prefer article writing offers that meet my interests and happy for just getting the experience in new fields for a low pay rate at the moment.

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