University of Aberdeen
Mapping, Monumentalizing & Protecting the Barrow Cemeteries of Eastern & Northern Scotland
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
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
Address: Archaeology, School of Geosciences, St Mary's, Elphinstone Road, Aberdeen AB24 3UF
First published: 24 September 2015