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Alice Rose

Alice Rose

PhD Student in Archaeology

Division of Archaeology
Downing Street

Cambridge CB2 3DZ

Biography:

BSc in Archaeology, University of Reading, 2011

MSc in Palaeopathology, Durham University, 2012 (Dissertation- ‘An Isotopic Analysis of Six Roman Skeletons from Musselburgh, East Lothian’)

 

Subject groups/Research projects

Dorothy Garrod Laboratory:

Research Interests

  • Isotopic analysis
  • Palaeopathology
  • Osteoarchaeology
  • Palaeodiet
  • Medieval Archaeology

My research focusses on utilising isotopic analysis of human skeletal material to help understand palaeodiet, migration and population diversity. My current research is focussed on Medieval Cambridge and will primarily involve the analysis of skeletons excavated from St John’s Hospital, in order to understand the impact of the Plague (1348-50).

 

I am presently involved in the following research projects:

  • 2016-2019: ‘After the Plague: Health and History in Medieval Cambridge

 

Research Supervision

Principle Supervisor: Dr Tamsin O'Connell

 

Other Professional Activities

Member of Peterhouse College