I'm an archaeologist who is involved in research, excavation and publication. I'm currently teaching Neolithic archaeology undergraduate a graduate modules for the University of Highlands and Islands and preparing for our summer fieldwork. I can provide workshops and lectures to public and academic audiences. I'm also deeply involved in addressing inequalities in the archaeological profession.
I completed my doctorate in Archaeology at the University of Sheffield (2008), following my MA (Distinction) in Neolithic Archaeology, and my BA 1st Class Hons in Archaeology, both at Manchester. I taught undergraduate and graduate students on short and fixed term contracts at the Universities of Sheffield and Chester (2006-2012), and over the past decade have held honorary fellowships at the Institute of Archaeology (UCL); University of Manchester and Kingston School of Art. I am currently a Visiting Fellow at Bournemouth University. I have been invited to be involved in prestigious international research workshops, such as the Narrative Science project (www.narrative-science.org) led by Prof Mary Morgan (LSE). I usually write on chalk artefacts such as the Folkton Drums (and now the Burton Agnes Drum), monuments such as Stonehenge, prehistoric art and flint mining.
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