Zooarchaeology, Environmental Archaeology,
& Collections Based Research
I’m a University of York-based Marie Skłodowska-Curie Early Stage Researcher working within the SeaChanges International Training Network.
Past training includes an MA in Historical Archaeology from the University of Massachusetts-Boston, where I produced a zooarchaeological thesis focused on 19th-century foodways and dietary reform movements. Additionally, I have experience in collections management, social media outreach and science communication, diversity and inclusion initiative development, and field archaeology.
Cross-disciplinary interests include:
Fisheries and fish ecology
North American Historical Archaeology
Queer and Feminist archaeology
Accessibility in science
Dogs, coffee, and science fiction movies
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