[Internet Archaeology]

Judith Winters, Editor

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I have a BA in Archaeology from the University of Liverpool and an MSc in Archaeomaterials from the University of Sheffield. I have carried out fieldwork and excavation in France, Israel and the UK. I embarked on PhD research at Sheffield (Peak District millstone quarries) and was a founding editor of assemblage. A vacancy for Assistant Editor for Internet Archaeology was advertised while I was still in the fairly early stages of my research and I chose to leave the quarrying behind and follow my developing interest in publication. I came to York to work with the then Managing Editor of the journal, Alan Vince. I have been Internet Archaeology's Editor since June 1999.

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I do a small amount of teaching at the Archaeology department, and postgraduate students on the Archaeological Information Systems or Digital Heritage masters courses can opt to do a placement with the journal.

I am originally from Northern Ireland but have made Yorkshire my home. Outside work, I like spending time with my 2 sons and husband, mountain biking and snowboarding.

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