University of Kent
September 2014 - November 2019
Classical and Archaeological Studies.
Thesis: "The Lifeways of Enslaved People in Curaçao, St Eustatius, and St Maarten/St Martin: A Thematic Analysis of Archaeological, Osteological, and Oral Historical Data."
Supervisors: Professor Sophia Labadi, Professor Ellen Swift, and Dr Efrosyni Boutsikas.
MSc with Distinction
University of Bradford
September 2011 - December 2012
Human Osteology and Palaeopathology.
Thesis: “Slavery in Post-Medieval London: Assessing Potential Osteological Indicators.”
Supervisors: Dr Jo Buckberry and Professor Tim Taylor.
BSc (Hons) First Class
October 2007 - July 2010
Thesis: “Fracture Patterns in Late Roman Britain: Implications for Gendered Occupation.”
Supervisor: Professor Becky Gowland.
University of Copenhagen
October 2021 - present
I am currently a researcher in the European Research Council funded history project IN THE SAME SEA, which examines interisland connections in the Lesser Antilles between 1650 and 1850. My research focuses on rumour, print culture, trade, and environmental exploitation in the early 19th century.
Archaeologisch Onderzoek Leiden BV
October - November 2019
During this short term contract I was the osteologist for this Dutch commercial company at the Amboina excavation on Bonaire, Dutch Caribbean, in preparation for the construction of a new school building. The site was a Dabajuroid period habitation site with burials inside the buildings.
University of Oxford
June - July 2017
As an archaeological supervisor at this Roman period training excavation in Dorchester-on-Thames (UK), I was responsible for teaching and assessing a team of undergraduate and continuing education students.
Univeristy of Reading
As an archaeological supervisor at this Neolithic and Bronze Age excavation in the Vale of Pewsey (UK), I supervised a team of students and volunteers.
June - July 2015 and 2016
October 2012 - September 2014
During my two years of employment at this English commercial company, I excavated and recorded archaeological features at urban and rural sites from time periods spanning the Neolithic to the post-medieval. I also supervised and taught graduate trainees and was involved in the activities of the human osteology department.
University of Reading
As an assistant supervisor at the Silchester Town Life Project, I helped to teach and assess students and volunteers excavating part of a Romano-British town.
June - July 2011 and 2013
Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust
During this short term contract at a commercial company, I excavated and recorded features outside a Roman fort in Neath, Wales.
October - November 2010
As a supervisor at this excavation of features in the Neolithic landscape of Herm (Channel Islands), I taught and supervised a team of students and volunteers.
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