As a founding editor of assemblage, I came to York as Assistant Editor for a new journal called Internet Archaeology in May 1998, working with the then Managing Editor of the journal, Alan Vince. I became Internet Archaeology's Editor in June 1999. I have carried out archaeological fieldwork and excavation in UK, France and Israel. Now I am an editor with 20+years experience in the digital archaeological publishing sphere, skilled at Web Content Writing, Digital Communications, Web Design, and Copy Editing. I have a BA in Archaeology (University of Liverpool) and MSc in Archaeomaterials (University of Sheffield).
As Editor, I
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