I studied Ancient History and Archaeology, and then Rome & Its Neighbours at the University of Leicester. I am Assistant Curator of Archaeology at the Yorkshire Museum and am undertaking my PhD in Classical studies at the Open University, researching the archaeology of magic in Roman Britain.
PhD Student in Classical Studies , The Open University
University of Leicester, MA Rome & Its Neighbours
University of Leicester, BA (hons) Ancient History and Archaeology
(with McKie, S.) Material Approaches to Roman Magic: Occult Objects and Supernatural Substances, (TRAC Themes in Roman Archaeology 2), Oxbow
Ad Vallum: Papers on the Roman Army and Frontiers in Celebration of Dr Brian Dobson, British Archaeological Reports 631
Shallow Surprises: Excavations in York’s St. Mary’s Abbey, Medieval Archaeology 60 (2). 377-382.
(with Ross, C.) A new phallic carving from Roman Catterick , Britannia 47, 271-279
Excavations in the South Transept of St. Mary's Abbey, York, FORUM: The Journal for the Council for British Archaeology, Yorkshire (New Series) 4, 71-75
Staring at Death: The Jet Gorgoneia of Roman Britain, in Hoss, S. and Whitmore, A. (eds.) Small Finds and Ancient Social Practices in the Northwest Provinces of the Roman Empire. Oxford, Oxbow. 98-116.
The fist-and-phallus pendants from Roman Catterick, Britannia 46, 135-149