Charlotte Roberts

Professor of Archaeology specialising in bioarchaeology (human remains), Durham University

I am a bioarchaeologist, and have a background in archaeology, environmental archaeology and human bioarchaeology. I have studied and interpreted human remains from archaeological sites for the past 35 years, and I am specifically interested in exploring the interaction of people with their environments in the past through patterns of health and disease (palaeopathology), and especially those health problems that are common today.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Archaeology specialising in bioarchaeology (human remains), Durham University

Education

  • 1988 
    Bradford University, PhD Bioarchaeology