- June 10, 2019
I have completed a BSc in Archaeology (2.1) at Nottingham University (2014- 2017), and I have also completed an MSc in Osteoarchaeology (2018-2019). I have had some work experience in excavating, and I am presently a volunteer leader for a Young Archaeology Club for children 6-16 years. In addition to my archaeology skills, I have administrative and financial experience as well as teaching assistant qualifications.
I am primarily looking for Osteological work, which relates to either human or animal bones analysis. I am also very flexible to undertake different areas of research or a project should an opportunity arise.
The key aspects of my MSc were bone identification (human and animal), and my dissertation consisted of analysis of over 300 non-adult skeletal remains to identify the prevalence of sinusitis from an Anglo Saxon and a Post Medieval burial context. My BSc dissertation was more research based, relating to the earliest introduction of Woolly Sheep into Britain, utilising the zooarchaeological and material evidence available to date.
I have also undertaken a variety of experimental archaeology under laboratory conditions and am happy to undertake further training to enhance my skills if required.
Thank you for your time and should you require any additional information please do not hesitate in contacting me.