robyn-parkerDr Robyn Parker, SEAHA Centre Manager (UCL, maternity cover)

Prior to starting as SEAHA Centre Manager in June 2017, Robyn worked as a doctoral and centre administrator in UCL Laws. She is experienced in doctoral & research administration, student engagement, programme evaluation, and event management. She holds a PhD in Medieval History from the University of Sheffield.


julie-eklundDr Julie Eklund ACR, SEAHA Administrator (Oxford)

Before becoming the Oxford SEAHA administrator, Julie was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Oxford in heritage science for 5 years.  She has worked on several projects investigating the preservation and conservation of stone heritage and archaeological material.



corinna-hattersley-mitchellCorinna Hattersley-Mitchell, SEAHA Administrator (Brighton)

Alongside being the Brighton SEAHA administrator, Corinna is admin and PA for the Cultural Informatics Research group at the University of Brighton and is also currently undertaking a part-time MA in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Corinna has a BA (Hons) degree in Archaeology from the University of Liverpool and spent 4 years working as a field archaeologist.

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