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Lee Broderick

  • Zooarchaeologist
  • Oxford Archaeology Ltd
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Research interests

Pastoralism; East and Southern African Iron Age and LSA; Mongolian Iron Age and Bronze Age; British Bronze & Iron Age; Cornish StudiesEthnoarchaeologyArchaeoornithologyPalaeoecologyPalaeoeconomyZooarchaeology

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Publications

Burnt bones by Europe's Largest Lake: Zooarchaeology of the Stone Age and Early Metal Period Hunter-Gatherers at Lake Ladoga, NW Russia

  • Seitsonen O
  • Seitsonen S
  • Broderick L
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports (2017)
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People with Animals: Perspectives and Studies in Ethnozooarchaeology

  • Broderick L
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Assessment of the Zooarchaeological Assemblage from the 2015 Excavations at Bristol Castle

  • Broderick L
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Taphonomies of Trajectory: The Pre- and Post-Depositional Movement of Bones

  • Madgwick R
  • Broderick L
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences (2015)
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Taphonomies of Trajectory: The Pre- and Post-Depositional Movement of Bones

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Professional experience

Zooarchaeologist

Oxford Archaeology

November 2016 - Present

Zooarchaeologist

zooarchaeology.co.uk

October 2008 - Present

Visiting Researcher

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

October 2011 - November 2011(a month)

Visiting Researcher

The University of Sheffield

October 2008 - October 2010(2 years)

Education history

PhD

University of York

September 2010 - Present

MA Cornish Studies

Institute of Cornish Studies - University of Exeter

October 2008 - June 2014(6 years)

MSc Environmental Archaeology and Palaeoeconomy

The University of Sheffield

September 2007 - October 2008(a year)

BA (Hons) Arrchaeology

University of Exeter

September 2004 - June 2007(3 years)