2008 - University College London MSc (Distinction) Conservation for Archaeology and Museums
2006 - University College of London MA Principles of Conservation
2003 - College of Charleston BS (magna cum laude) Anthropology
White, C., Odegaard, N. & Shackle, A. 2009. British Museum Postprints: Holding It All Together Conference 2008. Prehistoric and ethnographic repair techniques and materials on southwestern Native American pottery. Archetype, London: 18-24.
Shackle, A., Sully, D., Peters, R. & White, C. 2009. British Museum Postprints: Holding It All Together Conference 2008. The use of ethnographic and scientific knowledge to explore Creosote lac repairs on pottery vessels at the Arizona State Museum. Archetype, London: 25-30.
Shackle, A. & Peters, R. 2007. ‘Cultural Pluralism: An Exploration of Utilizing Indigenous Techniques within Conservation’. In, C. Dignard, K. Helwig, J. Mason, K. Nanowin & T. Stone (eds.), Preserving Aboriginal Heritage: Technical and Traditional Approaches – Proceedings of Symposium 2007. Canadian Conservation Institute, Ottawa: 397-398.
Shackle, A.; Peters, R. & Odegaard, N. 2007. Journal of the American Institute for the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. The Study and Possible Use of Cultural Repair Techniques within Conservation - Poster Session Abstract 2007Poster abstracts
Shackle, A. 2007. International Council for Museums Committee for Conservation. Ethnographic Conservation Newsletter. Implementing a Cultural Pluralistic Paradigm within Conservation (Feb 2007) No. 28, 10-12.