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Prof Miranda Aldhouse-Green  -  PhD, FSA, FHEA


Education and Qualifications

BA Hons Archaeology, Cardiff University

M.Litt.  Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University

PhD Open University

Career Overview

Lecturer, then Senior Lecturer, Reader and Professor (University of Wales Personal Chair 1998) at University of Wales Newport 1994-2006. Cardiff University 2006-present

Teaching Profile

Iron Age and Roman Studies; pg taught Masters skills modules on writing, research and speaking

Awards & Prizes

John Legonna Celtic Research Prize, National Library of Wales, 1986

Membership & External Activity

Former President of the Prehistoric Society
Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales
Former Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London

External activities include media work, external PhD examining (presently at UCDublin) and former external examiner for Bristol University’s BA/MA programmes in Archaeology

Notable Achievements

Delivery of the John Mulvaney Biennial Lecture at Australian National University, Canberra 2011.

Delivery of lectures at Smithsonian Institution 2003

Invitation to participate in research seminar on Witchcraft as the guest of the Radcliffe Research Institute, Harvard University 2009

 

The Witchcraft research seminar group, Harvard 2009; at Salem Village    Miranda and 'Shine' outside the Rebecca Nurse (Salem condemned witch) at Salem, Harvard 2009