Lindsay is a PhD Candidate with the Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory, and Material Culture Studies. Her PhD research concerns the iconography of Late Roman funerary monuments, connectivity, and memory. As part of her project, she is the Historical Researcher for the Connecting Early Medieval European Collections project (CEMEC): http://www.allardpiersonmuseum.nl/en/collections-research/research-projects/cemec/cemec.html. She is supervised by Prof. Dr. James Symonds, Dr. Hanneke Ronnes, and Prof. Dr. Wim Hupperetz.
In 2014, Lindsay recieved her MPhil in Classical Archaeology from the University of Oxford (St. Cross College), where she completed her thesis entitled "Health and Healing in Roman Britain: The evidence from the small finds." In 2012, she recieved BA in Classics (with minors in History and Religious Studies) from Macalester College in St. Paul, MN, earning academic honors for her thesis: "Dismemberment and Devotion: Anatomical votive dedication in Italian popular religion." Outisde of these degrees, she has participated in excavations as well as worked for museums and cultural institutions in Israel, the UK, and the US.