Graduating in 2012 from the University of York with an MA in Medieval Archaeology. My professional focus is on the archaeology of the Viking Age in the British Isles, concentrating on Viking Age Burial practices.
I have been a PhD scholar in the School of Archaeology, UCD, since 2016. My research relates to food, culture and identity in Ireland c. 1200-1500. My focus is on the culinary aspect of food, with a particular interest in bread.
I am to complete my MA in Prehistoric Archaeology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. My Master thesis is related to the pyro-technology and the effects of fire in the manipulation of the deceased in the Bronze Age Aegean through experimental approaches.
I am a PhD Student at the University of Western Australia investigating 50,000 years of Aboriginal marine resource use in the northern Carnarvon Bioregion, Western Australia. I have long been interested in experimental archaeology.
I graduated in Cultural Heritage Management with a thesis on Anthropology in 2011. I published two articles with EXARC (2013-2 and 2018-3) and a book published in 2018 ("I guerrieri Piceni").
Mike became involved with experimental archaeology while undertaking a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology at Washington College in 2013. Part of this coursework included primitive skills training in basic knapping, hide tanning, and prehistoric clothing manufacture.
I recently graduated from University of Glasgow with a Master's in Celtic and Viking Archaeology. For my dissertation I used GIS to determine the relation berween Viking Age sites with ironwoking evidence and necessary resources.
I am working on the open-air museum project in Gabala. Since 2010 working in Gabala Archaeological Centre as a managing archaeological tours, organising summer schools for the pupils.