Juliette Mitchell

Published: 24 September 2015

Mapping, monumentalizing & protecting the barrow cemeteries of eastern & northern Scotland

University of Aberdeen

Mapping, Monumentalizing & Protecting the Barrow Cemeteries of Eastern & Northern Scotland

Academic History:

2013 - 2014 MSc (with Distinction) Archaeology of the North

2001 - 2002 Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology

1995 - 1999 MA (Hons) History


Dr Gordon Noble

Dr Charlotta Hillerdal

Research Interests:

My PhD research project is an investigation into the phenomena of barrow cemeteries in early medieval Scotland, examining the social, ideological & political triggers for their construction & use. Part of my studies involves working with Historic Environment Scotland to record & transcribe the known monumental cemeteries from Fife to Shetland.


2015: AHRC DTP Scholarship - Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities


2016: SGSAH Doctoral Internship at Historic Environment Scotland 'Aerial Photography & Geographical Information Systems Internship'

2016: Workshop attendance bursary - Landmarks, Orkney


Mitchell, J & Noble, G 2017 'The Monumental Cemeteries of Northern Pictland' Medieval Archaeology forthcoming

Contact Details:

Address: Archaeology, School of Geosciences, St Mary's, Elphinstone Road, Aberdeen AB24 3UF

Email: r03jm15@abdn.ac.uk

First published: 24 September 2015