My position as Associate Professor includes a wide range of interesting and challenging roles. I am Director of the Experimental Archaeology Masters Programme, which is an active and growing part of my teaching. My archaeological field research is currently involved with Palaeolithic studies in western France and Central Texas, but I also work in southwestern Colorado investigating Pueblo prehistory. My wide network of colleagues in Russia, Scandinavia and the States is also active. I especially enjoy my teaching role and interactions with students in the lab and field. The University has been brilliant in its support for my experimental activities, providing me with indoor labs and an outdoor, wooded field station on campus. As I gain seniority I am also more involved in administration and, although not my favourite role, it does afford me unexpected challenges and opportunities to interact with colleagues from other departments and Schools.
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