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Dr Penny Bickle 


Education and Qualifications

2004–2008       PhD Cardiff University  Title: The life and death of the longhouse

2003–2004      MA European Neolithic, Cardiff University

1999–2002      BA Archaeology and Prehistory, Sheffield University

Career Overview

2009– present  Research Associate

2002–2003      Professional Archaeology

Awards and Prizes

2005              HISAR Postgraduate Scholarship

2005              Charles Coles Travelling Scholarship

Membership and External Activity

European Association of Archaeologists

Presentations

Fault lines: boundaries at Severn Beach. University of Bristol, Conference of the Living in a material world: performativities of emptiness project, part of the AHRC Landscape and environment network, June 2008.    

Creating communities: LBK burial practices and cultural variation. Joint with Daniela Hofmann. European Association of Archaeology Conference, September 2007, Zadar.

Scene by the Brook: Early Neolithic landscape perspectives in the Paris Basin. European Association of Archaeology Conference, September 2006, Krakow.

I’m your Venus: the citation of gender through shaving practices. Constructing Identities, Cardiff University, June 2006, and, Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference, University of Exeter, December 2006.

All through the house? Evoking daily socialities through LBK architecture. Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference, University of Sheffield, December 2005