Stuart Rathbone is a field archaeologist with considerable experience in the UK, Ireland and the United States of America in excavation and project supervising a number of important prehistoric and historic archaeology sites. In conjunction with field work, Stuart has also held academic positions and writes regularly on a broad range of topics in archaeology for varied audiences. Stuart has recently left the role of an archaeological project officer, based in the Orkney islands in northern Scotland with ORCA, to pursue an archaeology career in the United States. His Academia profile, with links to Stuart’s published papers, can be found here. A previous These Bones of Mine interview, on the nature of archaeological field work and the issues surrounding this, can be found here . He also runs the Campaign for Sensible Archaeology group on Facebook and is also quite fond of hardcore jungle music.
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