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CIRRICULUM VITAE
JACQUELINE ANNE MULVILLE


  1. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY




Oct 2002 to date

Senior Lecturer in Bioarchaeology

Cardiff University

Nov 2001 - Sept 2002

Lecturer in Practical Archaeology

University College Winchester

May 1999 - Oct 2001

Senior Research Fellow English Heritage Regional Science Advisor

University of Oxford.

May 1996 – Apr. 1999

Research Fellow, English Heritage Zooarchaeologist

University of Southampton

Nov.1995 - Apr. 1996

Project Officer, Archaeological and Research Consultancy (ARCUS).

University of Sheffield

Jul. 1995- Nov 1995

Research Assistant, English Heritage Zooarchaeologist

University of Birmingham.

Jan.1994-June 1995

Zooarchaeologist. Archaeological and Research Consultancy.

University of Sheffield


Sep.1991- Dec. 1994

Environmental Archaeologist

West Yorkshire Archaeology Services.

Jul. 1986- Sep.1988

Research Assistant, English Heritage Zooarchaeologist

University of Cambridge.

Jan.1986- Jun. 1986

English Heritage Zooarchaeologist

Ancient Monument Laboratories, London



  1. QUALIFICATIONS




1988-1991

University of Sheffield


Degree:

Ph.D. Awarded 1994 ' Milking, Herd Structure and Bone Chemistry - An Evaluation of Archaeozoological Methods for the Recognition of Dairying' This research explored the techniques available for the identification of dairying and suggested two innovative methodologies.

1982-1985

Imperial College of Science and Technology, London University.

Degree:

B.Sc. (Hons.) Biology

Dissertation:

Pathways of radionuclides in the environment of the Cumbrian coast - Sellafield




  1. RESEARCH INTERESTS

My research focuses on human-animal relationships and how this relates to the form, structure, ideology and practice of past societies. My approach is to integrate animal bone data with other categories of material culture, and with wider archaeological, historical and anthropological discussions. A second theme within my work is perceptions of marginality, in particular with relation to the archaeology of islands. As a result, my research has wide geographical and temporal applicability.
Current major themes include:

  • The social, symbolic and ritual role of animals and their place in human society –traditionally zooarchaeology has promoted a utilitarian interpretation of the past with animal remains informing upon previous environments or economies. Active descriptions of human-animal interactions are made through models of hunting and farming and tend to be constrained by opposing themes, with communities either merely subsisting, motivated by the need to avoid starvation, or being driven by efficiency, with maximizing production the overall aim. There remains a reluctance to address the social nature of the human-animal relationship and I feel that existing approaches fail because they seek particular, proscribed roles for animals. Whilst it is commonly acknowledged that this simplistic view excludes the wide range of expressions found in the human-animal relationship, there exists little in the way of a framework for alternative interpretations. I have a contract with Routledge to write a book (Totems and Sacrifices) further exploring, expanding and debating the nature of the human-animal relationship.

  • The role of hunted/collected animals in farming societies – what are the social and/or economic forces that motivate wild food collection in post-Mesolithic societies? Central to my work is the sociology of food and the role of hunting, fishing and wildfowling in farming societies and how the procurement, distribution and consumption of wild animals was used to negotiate identities and construct power relationships. I have published work on the exploitation of wild terrestrial and marine resources, with a new edited volume and further research into the role of red deer planned. Allied to this is my work on marine mammals, in particular cetacea. I undertook a reassessment of the evidence for whaling in prehistory which lead onto a consideration of the role of zooarchaeological data in formulating modern subsistence whaling legislation and opinions.

  • Islands and Coasts - fieldwork in the Hebrides has been the springboard for a study into the perception of islands as marginal or central places and most recently this is manifest in my field research project on the Isles of Scilly which commenced in September 2005. This project actively promotes inter-disciplinary activities in the broadest sense, for example linking universities, governmental and commercial organisations and initiating community involvement.

  • Milk in the archaeological record - its inception, identification and husbandry. I have tested the prevailing models used for defining past animal economic practices against new data and critiqued the use of historical and ethnographic data in the assessment of these models. Through inter-disciplinary work I have helped to promote and refine new biomolecular methods of identifying the presence of milk and ensured such research is both relevant and appropriate to archaeological questions.




  1. GRANTS AND AWARDS

1996–06

£135,000

Historic Scotland - Excavation and post excavation

1997-00

£11,500

University of Southampton - Fieldwork grant.

2002-03

£5,400

Winchester University College - Research and Innovation Grant

2003-06

£5,500

Winchester University College School of History and Archaeology Research Fund

2003-04

£9,250

National Museum and Galleries of Wales - Animals at Llangorse Crannog and Llanmaes Iron Age midden

2004

£10,000

Celtic Studies - Dinas Powys revisited

2005

£27,500

University of Cardiff – Sabbatical funding

2005

£1,000

English Heritage - The Thames Through Time volume

2005

£6,600

British Academy – Isles of Scilly Research project

2005-7

£14,500

Cardiff Archaeology Department - Fieldwork Grant

2006 &

2007


£25,000

£20,000

Isles of Scilly, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Sustainability Fund - Isles of Scilly Research project

2007 &

2008


£16,500

£16,500

HLF/IFA 12 month Internship Bursary

2009

£120,000

English Heritage- Lyonesse: evolution of coastal and marine environment in Scilly funded Research Project

2009

£16,200

NERC Isotope Geosciences Facilities Steering Committee

2009

£13,750

Beacons Project ‘Future Friends’

2009

£625

Cardiff University Research Networking Events Fund ‘Ancient Cremations: Re-igniting the Debate’

2009

£413,197

Co PI NERC funded ‘Changing Patterns of Marine Product Exploitation in Human Prehistory via Biomarker Proxies in Archaeological Pottery’

2010

£12,500

The Leverhulme Trust: Artist in Residence Grant ‘Osteobiography’

2010

£22,562

NERC Life Sciences Mass Spectroscopy Facility

2010

£1,460

HS Conference Support Grant




  1. FIELDWORK PROJECTS (Director)

Islands in a Common Sea: Archaeology in the Isles of Scilly

This project seeks to reinvigorate archaeological research into the prehistory and later history of the Islands and to further develop knowledge of the early environment, settlement and social activity. Also it aims to investigate the relationship between the Islands and the Southwest British mainland and to further enhance understanding of the archaeology of the Atlantic façade. The project is of particular relevance for continuing research into cultural, economic and social responses to physical and climatic marginality on islands.


Lyonesse Project

The aims of the Lyonesse Project are to reconstruct the evolution of the physical environment of the Isles of Scilly during the Holocene, the progressive occupation of this changing coastal landscape by early peoples and their response to marine inundation and changing marine resource availability.  Of particular importance nationally will be the collection and analysis of data that will increase knowledge of sea level change during the past 8,000 years. The project, which will extend over a 2-year period, includes geophysical survey to identify submerged sediments and archaeological remains and biostratigraphic analysis of coastal, intertidal and submerged sediments at selected locations around Scilly




  1. PUBLICATIONS

Books

Published

Albarella U., Beech M., Curl J., Locker A., Moreno-García M., & Mulville J. 2010. Norwich Castle: Excavations and Historical Surveys 1987-98. Part III: a Zooarchaeological Study. Norwich: East Anglian Archaeology Occasional Paper 22.


Mulville, J. and Outram, A. 2005 The zooarchaeology of fats, oils, milk and dairying. ICAZ/Oxbow series of conference proceedings.


Parker Pearson, M., Sharples, N. Symonds, with J., Mulville, J. Raven, J. Smith, H and Woolf, A. 2004 South Uist: archaeology and history of the Dark Island. Tempus.

Forthcoming

Mulville, J and Powell, A. The role of hunting in farming societies. Edited volume (15 papers) Oxbow. Session at ICAZ Mexico City 2006
Articles

Published

Mulville, J. and Johns, C. 2010 New Rock Art and Old Forests On The Isles Of Scilly. PAST, 64, 12-13.

Mulville, J., Madgwick, R., Stevens, R., O’Connell, Powell, A, Sharples, N. and Parker Pearson, M. 2009 Isotopic Analysis of faunal material from South Uist, Western Isles, Scotland. Journal of the North Atlantic. 2, 51-9.

Mulville, J. 2008 Animal Bone In J. P. Erskine and P. Ellis ‘Excavations at Atworth Roman Villa, Wiltshire 1970-1975’, Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine: 101, 110-116.

Johns, C. and Mulville, J. 2007. Drowned landscapes past and future: the Isles of Scilly. The Archaeologist: 66. 36-37.


Parker Pearson, M., Chamberlain, A., Collins, M, Cox, C., Craig, O.E., Hiller, J., Marshall, P., Mulville, J. and Smith, H 2007 Further evidence for mummification in Bronze Age Britain Antiquity Vol 81 No 312 http://www.antiquity.ac.uk/ProjGall/parker/index.html

Outram, A and Mulville J. 2005 The zooarchaeology of fats, oils, milk and dairying: An Introduction and Overview. 1-8. In Mulville, J. and Outram, A (eds) The zooarchaeology of fats, oils, milk and dairying. ICAZ/Oxbow series of conference proceedings. 167-183.

Mulville, J., Bond, J., and Craig, O. 2005 The white stuff: Milking in the North Atlantic. In Mulville, J. and Outram, A (eds) The zooarchaeology of fats, oils, milk and dairying. ICAZ/Oxbow series of conference proceedings. 167-183.


Craig, O.E., Taylor, G. Mulville, J. Collins M.J. and Parker Pearson M. 2005. The identification of prehistoric dairying activities in the Western Isles of Scotland: an integrated biomolecular approach. Journal of Archaeological Science, 32, 1, 91-103.

M. Parker Pearson, A. Chamberlain, O. Craig, P. Marshall, J. Mulville, H. Smith, C. Chenery, M. Collins, G. Cook, O. Craig, J. Evans, J. Hiller, J. Montgomery, J.-L. Schwenninger G. Taylor and T. Wess. 2005 Evidence for mummification in prehistoric Britain. Antiquity: 79 : 305. 529–546.



Mulville, J. and Thoms, J. 2005. Animals and ambiguity in the Iron Age of the Western Isles. In V. Turner (ed.) Tall Stories? Broch studies past present and future. Oxford: Oxbow

Mulville, J. 2005 A whale of a problem: the use of archaeological evidence to support modern whaling. In G. Monks (ed.) The exploitation and cultural importance of sea mammals ICAZ/Oxbow series of conference proceedings. 154-166

Smith, H. and Mulville, J. 2004. Resource management in the Outer Hebrides: An assessment of the faunal and floral evidence from archaeological investigations. In R. A. Housely and G. Coles (eds), Atlantic Connections & Adaptations: Economies, Environments and Subsistence in lands bordering the North Atlantic. Oxford: Oxbow Books. AEA Symposia No. 21. 48-64.



Hey, G., Mulville, J. and Robinson, R. 2003 ‘Diet and Culture in Southern Britain: The evidence from Yarnton’. In Food, Diet and Culture in the Neolithic. Edited by M. Parker Pearson. 79-88. BAR International Series 1117.

Mulville, J. Parker Pearson, M., Sharples, N, Smith, H. and Chamberlain, A. 2003 Quarters, Arcs and Squares: Human and Animal Remains in the Hebridean Late Iron Age. ed J. Downes and A. Ritchie Sea Change: Orkney and Northern Europe in the later Iron Age AD 300-800 The pinkfoot press, Balgavies, Angus

Craig, O., Mulville, J., Parker Pearson, M., Sokol, R., Gelsthorp, K. and Collins, M. 2000 ‘Detecting milk proteins in ancient pots’. Nature 410: 6810



Mulville, J. 2002 The role of cetacea in prehistoric and historic Atlantic Scotland. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology Volume 12, Issue 1, (2002) 34-48

Parker Pearson, M., Mulville, J., Sharples, N. and Smith, H. 2001 Decoding dirt and deposition: the Iron Age broch settlement of Dun Vulan, Outer Hebrides, Scotland. In J. Collis (ed) L’Habitat et l’Occupation du Sol en Europe. Actes du XVIIIe Colloque de l’AFEAF Winchester. J. R. Collis Publications, Sheffield.

Parker Pearson, M., Sharples, N. and Mulville, J. 1999 ‘Excavations at Dun Vulan: a correction’ Antiquity 73.149-52.

Parker Pearson, M., Sharples, N. and Mulville, J. 1996 'Brochs and Iron Age Society: A reappraisal'. Antiquity 70. 57-67.



Forthcoming

Best, J. and Mulville, J. The fowling economies of the Shiant Isles, Outer Hebrides: Resource Exploitation in a Marginal Environment. ICAZ Proceedings or the 2008 Bird Bone Conference, Groningen



Mulville, J., Madgwick, R., Powell, A, and Parker Pearson, M. Flesh on the bones: Animal bodies in Atlantic roundhouses. In A. Pluskowski (ed) Animal Ritual Killing and Burial: European Perspectives. Oxbow, Oxford.

Mulville, J. Dealing with Deer; Norse responses to Scottish Isles Cervids. In J. Barrett (ed) Maritime Societies of the Viking and Medieval World. Brepols and Boydell, Norway
Book sections

Published

Mulville, J. 2010 Wild Things? The prehistory and history of Red Deer on the Hebridean and Northern Isles of Scotland. In O’Connor, T. and Sykes, N. (Eds) Extinctions and Invasions: A Social History of British Fauna. Windgatherer Press.

Mulville, J, 2009 Catalogue of animal bone from the Test Pitted sites In K. Hardy and C. Wickham-Jones, Mesolithic and later sites around the Inner Sound, Scotland: the work of the Scotland’s First Settlers project 1998–2004. SAIR 33. Appendix 8. http://www.sair.org.uk/sair31/

Mulville, J. 2008 Foodways and Social Ecologies from the Middle Bronze Age to the Late Iron Age. In Pollard, J. Prehistoric Britain, Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford. 225-248


Mulville, J. and Grigson, C. 2007 The Animal Bones. In D. Benson and A. Whittle, Building Memories. The Neolithic Cotswold Long Barrow at Ascott-Under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire. Cardiff Studies in Archaeology, Oxbow, 237-253

Mulville, J. and Powell, P. 2005. The Iron Age Animal Bone. In Lock, G., Gosden, C. and Daly, P. 2005. Segsbury Camp. Excavations in 1996 and 1997 at an Iron Age hillfort on the Oxfordshire Ridgeway. Oxford: University of Oxford School of Archaeology Monograph 61.

Mulville, J. 2005. Mammalian Bone; Resource Exploitation, Site Activities and Discussion. In Sharples, N (ed.), A Norse Farmstead in the Outer Hebrides. Excavations at Mound 3, Bornais, South Uist. Cardiff Studies in Archaeology, Oxbow Books, Oxford.


Mulville, J. and Levitan, B. 2004 ‘The animal bone’ In G. Lambrick and T. Allen, Gravelly Guy, Stanton Harcourt: The development of a Prehistoric and Romano-British Community, Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscape Monograph 21 Oxford Archaeological Unit. 263-479.

Mulville, J. and Ayres, K. 2004 Animal bone In ‘Yarnton Saxon and Medieval’. Thames Valley Landscape Monograph Oxford Archaeological Unit.

Mulville, J, with Bramwell, D. and Harman, M. 2004 ‘The mammalian and bird bone’ In Fiskerton: An Iron Age Timber Causeway with Iron Age and Roman Votive Offerings. Edited by N. Field and M. Parker Pearson. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

Mulville, J. 2003 ‘Animal bones’ In Aelfric's Abbey: Excavations at Eynsham Abbey, Oxfordshire, 1989-1992 by A Hardy, A Dodd and G D Keevill. Thames Valley landscapes monograph 16. Oxford, Oxford Archaeological Unit. Mulville, J. 2001 ‘Animal Bones’ In G.Keevil ‘A Bronze Age Enclosure at Eynsham’ Oxoniensia. In G.Keevil ‘A Bronze Age Enclosure at Eynsham’ Oxoniensia.

Mulville, J. and Ingrem, C. 2000 ‘Faunal Remains’ In From Barra to Berneray: the archaeology of the Southern Isles of the Outer Hebrides’ Edited by Brannigan, K and Foster, P. Volume 4. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press. 250-265, 285-290, 299-305.

Marshall, P., Mulville, J., Parker Pearson, M. and Smith, H. 2000 ‘Scotland’s Earliest Terraced Houses’. Scottish Archaeological News. Issue 32, 8-9

Mulville, J. 1999 ‘The mammal bone’ In Parker Pearson, M. and Sharples, N. with Mulville, J. and Smith, H. 1999. ‘Between Land and Sea: Excavations at Dun Vulan, South Uist’ S.E.A.R.C.H. Volume 3. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 234-274.

Marshall, P., Mulville, J., Parker Pearson, M. and Smith, H. 1999 ‘Life on the floor: a remarkable roundhouse on South Uist’, Past 33, 7-8

Albarella, U., Beech, M. and Mulville, J. 1997Excavations in and around the South Bailey of Norwich Castle, 1987-1991: a zooarchaeological study.’ Ancient Monument Laboratory Reports. 72/97.

Parker Pearson, M. Mulville, J., Roper, T. Smith, H., Sharples, N. and Webster, J. 1995. ‘Archaeological Investigations on South Uist, Discovery and Excavation in Scotland’. Ed. C. Batey, Museum of Glasgow.

Mulville, J. 1993. 'The Animal Bone' in P. Ellis (ed.) Beeston Castle, Cheshire, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England. Microfiche 3, F12-G4.


Forthcoming

Mulville, J. and Powell, A.. Mammalian Bone; Resource Exploitation, Site Activities and Discussion. In Sharples, N (ed.), A Norse Farmstead in the Outer Hebrides. Excavations at Mound 1, Bornais, South Uist. Cardiff Studies in Archaeology, Oxbow Books, Oxford.


Mulville, J. and Ayres, K. Chapter 35. Yarnton Iron Age; Animal Exploitation. In Hey, G. Yarnton: Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement and Landscape. Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscape Monograph Oxford Archaeological Unit

Parker Pearson, M., Smith, H., Mulville, J. and Brennand, M. A Norse-period farmstead at Cille Pheadair, South Uist, c. 950-1300. In C. Batey and M. MacLeod (eds.) Vikings in the Western Isles. Edinburgh: Donald.

Parker Pearson, M., Mulville, J., Sharples. N. and Smith, H., Archaeological Remains on Uist’s Machair Threats and Potential. Sand 2004

Mulville, J. ‘The animal bones from Late Neolithic to Iron Age contexts on Yarnton Floodplain (Modules 1 and 2)’, Thames Valley Landscape Monograph Oxford Archaeological Unit.

Mulville, J. ‘The animal bones from Late Neolithic to Iron Age contexts on Yarnton Floodplain (Modules 3)’, Thames Valley Landscape Monograph Oxford Archaeological Unit.

Mulville, J. Social Zooarchaeology of a Norse-period farmstead In Parker-Pearson, Marshall, Mulville and Smith ‘A Norse-period farmstead at Cille Pheadair, South Uist, c. 950-1300’. S.E.A.R.C.H. Volume 7. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.

Mulville, J and Powell, A. Land, Sea and Air; animals at Cladh Hallan. In Parker Pearson, Mulville and Smith. Cladh Hallan, S.E.A.R.C.H. Volume 8. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.

Site and Technical Reports

Camidge, K., Charman, D., Johns, C., Meadows, J., Mills, S., Mulville, J., Roberts H M and Stevens, T. 2010 The Lyonesse Project: Evolution of the coastal and marine environment of Scilly. Historic Environment Service



Mulville, J. 2007 Islands in a Common Sea, Archaeological Fieldwork in the Isles of Scilly 2006 (St Mary’s and St Martin’s) Cardiff Studies in Archaeology Specialist Report Number 27

Johns, C.J.,and Mulville, J. Islands in a Common Sea. 2006 Archaeological fieldwork in Scilly, September 2005. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall and Cardiff University Archaeological Reports.

Centre for Archaeology. (major contributor and editor) Guidelines for Environmental Archaeology- A guide to the theory and practice of methods, from sampling and recovery to post-excavation. English Heritage.

Marshall, P., Mulville, J., Parker Pearson, M., and Smith, H. 2002 The late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Community at Cladh Hallan, South Uist. Excavations in 2002. Unpublished Internal Report

Marshall, P., Mulville, J., Parker Pearson, M. and Smith, H. 2001 The late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Community at Cladh Hallan, South Uist. Excavations in 1999. Unpublished Internal Report

Marshall, P., Mulville, J., Parker Pearson, M., Smith, H. and Ingrem, C. 1999 The late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Community at Cladh Hallan, South Uist. Excavations in 1999. Unpublished Internal Report

Marshall, P, Mulville, J. Parker Pearson, M. and Gidlow, J. 1998 The late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Houses and Earlier Bronze Age occupation at Cladh Hallan, South Uist. Excavation in 1998. Unpublished Internal Report

Mulville, J. and Parker Pearson, M. 1997 A late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age House at Cladh Hallan, South Uist. Excavations in 1997. Unpublished Internal Report

Marshall, P, Mulville, J. and Parker Pearson, M 1996 The Hill of the Son of Angus (Beinn na Mhic Aongheis), Bornish (South Uist Parish). Medieval and Post-Medieval Houses and Settlement. Excavations in 1996. Unpublished Internal Report



Mulville J and Parker Pearson, M. 1995 The Late Bronze Age/Earliest Iron Age House at Cladh Hallan, South Uist, Excavations in 1995. Unpublished Internal Report

Mulville, J., Daniels, G. and Symonds, J. 1996 Desk-based Assessment of Riverside Exchange, Sheffield, ARCUS.

Mulville, J., Downes, J. and Symonds, J. 1996 Research Design for Archaeological Field Evaluation of Land at Little Catwick, North Humberside, ARCUS

Mulville, J. and Symonds, J. 1996 ARCUS Health and Safety Manual

Mulville, J. and Symonds, J.1996 ARCUS Excavation Manual.


  1. ESTEEM INDICATORS

External Examiner for undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Bradford University

Refereeing Papers, Grant applications etc for Journal of Archaeological Science, Medieval Archaeology, Environmental Archaeology, CBA, Routledge, English Heritage, NERC.



Scientific Advisor to the National Museum and Galleries of Wales. Member of editorial board for Journal of the North Atlantic. Previously council member and Honorary Meeting Secretary for the Prehistoric Society, Council Member for the Association of Environmental Archaeologists. I am also a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries Scotland.


  1. ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES

Present Duties

Chair of the Archaeology and Conservation Undergraduate Board of Studies 2009 onwards. This is key administrative post with the school. In addition to the main body of work this post involves, I also provide support to a number of students who, for one reason or another have failed to complete within the period of their degree, much of the support, encouragement and monitoring of these individuals falls to me. Member of School Board, Member of the Information Resources Committee.
Previous Duties, Examinations Liaison Officer for the Archaeology Section 2003-2009, 7Library Representative. Information Resources Committee. Student/Staff liaison officer for the Archaeology Society, providing support and advice to the society. Fieldwork co-ordinator
Laboratory and Research Management and Administration - In 2002/3 I designed, furnished and equipped an Osteoarchaeology Laboratory as part of a successful SHRIFT bid and created a reference collection for British Faunal and Human skeletal material. I manage and curate the Environmental Archaeology and Osteoarchaeology teaching collections (plant, human and animal) and I am responsible for the financial planning and management for the Osteoarchaeology and Environmental Archaeology Laboratories. At present I also manage a Research Associate (employed on a series of projects funded through my research accounts, and structured so that the RA can also provide expertise and support to students and staff in the department). In 2006 and 2009 I was awarded twelve month bursaries for Heritage Lottery Funded Internships in Osteoarchaeology through the Institute for Field Archaeologists. I have also set up a stable isotope preparation laboratory.


  1. TEACHING

Modules

  • Environment and Economics 10 credit, Level 1

  • Archaeological Excavation 10 credit, Level 2

  • Environmental Archaeology 10 credit, Level 2

  • Forensic Archaeology 10 credit, Level 2

  • Bioarchaeology 10 credit, Level 2

  • Osteoarchaeology 10 credit, Level 2

  • Prehistory of Food 40 credit, Level 3

  • Advanced Osteoarchaeogy 20 credits Level 3 (forthcoming)

  • Advanced Bioarchaeology 20 credits Level 3 (forthcoming)


Student assessment average (maximum score 5)

2010 4.85 for Honours level modules, 4.2 for Part I modules


Supervision

PhDs (5 full-time), masters and undergraduate research supervision.




  1. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY

I initiated and now manage ZOOARCH, a JISCMAIL zooarchaeology discussion group widely acknowledged as an invaluable forum for discussion and in promoting the exchange of ideas between the 800 plus professional colleagues, students, amateurs and other interested members from around the world.
I regularly speak at conferences (paper titles are listed towards end of this document). Through my work with the National Museum of Wales and a number of on-going research projects I have enhanced links between Cardiff University and the museum. I have run professional training courses at a regional and national level in all aspects of archaeological science, whilst working for English Heritage. I also part authored and edited the (EH) Centre for Archaeology guidelines for Environmental Archaeology, a document disseminated nationally to academic and commercial archaeologists.


  1. OUTREACH AND ENGAGMENT

I have two outreach and engagement events running 2009/10. The first is ‘Future animals: friend or food?’ a Beacons funded project that offers young people an insight into, and an exploration of, ‘artificial selection - a key aspect of Charles Darwin’s research into the origin of species by natural selection. In addition to offering hands-on creative challenges and experience, these workshop offer scope for ethical debate about our past, present and future relationship with animals, and the responsibilities that we face as agents of biological change (http://futureanimals.wordpress.com/). The workshops also offer young people the chance to participate directly in the process of designing a museum display. The second is a Leverhulme funded Artist in Residency that explores skeletal remains in a project entitled Osteobiography (http://osteography.wordpress.com/)
My fieldwork projects also have a commitment to engagement with the community and this has been reflected the awarding of an AONB sustainability grant (see above). In our 2007 field project we ran projects with the Five Islands Primary and Secondary Schools and held five separate events for National Archaeology Week we also run a number of blogs relating to our fieldwork (http://scillyarchaeology.wordpress.com/ and http://lyonesseproject.wordpress.com/. Also during my term as Prehistoric Society meeting secretary I initiated national student field trips to allow academics to speak to a wider audience on the archaeology of a specific area.

 


  1. RECENT CONFERENCES AND SESSIONS ORGANISED

2007 Land and People

2008 Unconsidered Trifles? Environmental Archaeology at a Small Scale AEA


2009 Ancient Cremations: Re-igniting the Debate, Cardiff University

2009 Post-graduate Zooarchaeological Forum (PZAF), Cardiff University

2010 Island Faunal Translocations (with Giovas) ICAZ Paris, France.

2010 Hebridean Archaeological Forum, South Uist, Scotland




  1. ADDITIONAL PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCE PAPERS

Conference Papers –

Mulville, J. and Powell, A. 2010 Hebridean zooarchaeology. Hebridean Archaeological Forum, South Uist, Scotland

Albarella, U, and Mulville, J. 2010 Does anyone know? Zooarch and zooarchaeologists. ICAZ Paris, France.



Mulville, J. 2010 Where the wild things are? Translocations and interactions with deer in the British and Irish Isles. ICAZ Paris, France.

Mulville, J. Madgwick, R. and Evans, J. Investigating diagenesis and the suitability of porcine enamel for strontium (87Sr/86Sr) isotopic analysis. ICAZ Paris, France.

Mulville, J. and Madgwick, R, 2010. Sourcing Swine. Migrations in Prehistory and Early Prehistory. Berlin, Germany

Mulville, J. and Madgwick, R. 2009 Living on the Dead. Human and animal bodies beneath Atlantic Roundhouses. European Association for Archaeologists, Trento, Italy

Mulville, J. 2009 Islands in a Common Sea: Archaeologies and Archaeologists in the Isle of Scilly and the Western Isles. Taking Shetland Out of the Box: Island Cultures and Shetland Identity (Lerwick, Shetland.

Mulville, J. 2009 Provisioning Llan-gors Crannog: herding and hunting in early Wales Early Medieval Wales Archaeology Research Group, 25th Anniversary Colloquium, The Archaeology of Early Medieval Wales in Context, Bangor.

Mulville, J. and Sharples, N. 2009 Still SEARCHing? The view from the Western Isles. Scottish Iron Age Matters, Orkney

Mulville, J. 2008 Islands in a Common Sea: Archaeologies and Archaeologists in the Isle of Scilly and the Western Isles. Theoretical Archaeology Group, Southampton.

Mulville, J. 2008 The role of wild animals in the construction of Atlantic Norse identities. Maritime Societies of the Viking and Medieval World, Orkney.

Mulville, J. and Madgwick, R. 2008 ‘How do you get a slave for a year?’ An IFA internship from the view of the master and the slave, Annual Conference for Archaeologists, Swansea

Mulville, J. 2007 Islands in a Common Sea; understand Atlantic Prehistory. AEA Conference Poznan, Poland

Mulville, J. 2007 Islands in a Common Sea Project Cornwall Archaeology Day Conference, Truro, Cornwall

Mulville, J. 2007. Bytheuad yTwrch: Hounds and Boars, Science and Theory. Approaches to Zooarchaeology. AEA research seminar. University of Lampter.

Powell, A. and Mulville, J.

Mulville, J. 2006 Bytheuad y Twrch: Hounds and Boars Recent Zooarchaeological Research in Wales AEA Conference Cork, Ireland

Mulville, J. 2006 Mind the Gap. The Role of Environmental Analysis in Integrated Investigations of Ritual Deposits AEA Conference, Exeter

Mulville, J. 2006 Session Organiser. The Role of Hunting in Farming Societies. International Council of Archaeozoology, 10th Conference, Mexico City, Mexico.

Mulville, J. 2004 ‘From Trash to Tribute: Non economic use of animals’. Session Advancing Zooarchaeology: Beyond Socio-Economics in Faunal Research. European Association of Archaeologist. 10th Annual Meeting Lyon.

Mulville, J. A. 2004Tales from the Seashore: Later Prehistory of the Scottish Isles’. Session. European C coastlines: Marginal or Central. European Association of Archaeologist. 10th Annual Meeting Lyon.

Mulville, J. and Powell, A. 2004 ‘West Side Story’: tales from the Western Isles’ Session - Interaction with the Environment. Dynamics of Northern Societies, Joint NABO and SILA Arctic Centre Conference, Copenhagen.

Mulville, J. Sharples, N. and Smith, H. 2003 All Washed Up? Scales of insularity in South Uist. Worlds apart? Human settlement and biota of Islands, Association for Environmental Archaeology Annual Symposium April. School of Archaeology and Palaeoecology, Queen’s University Belfast.

Mulville, J. Milk, Milking and Dairying. 2002 International Council of Archaeozoology, 9th Conference Durham.

Mulville, J. 2002 A whale of a problem? Zooarchaeology and Modern Whaling. Social and Culture Importance of Sea Mammals. International Council of Archaeozoology, 9th Conference Durham.

Mulville, J. 2001 ‘From trash to tribute: animal bones on archaeological sites’. Beyond Bones Conference, Groningen, Netherlands.

Mulville, J and Smith, H. 2001 ‘Resource Utilisation in the Western Isles of Scotland’. with H. Smith Atlantic Connections & Adaptations: Economies, Environments and Subsistence in the North Atlantic Glasgow.

Mulville, J and Smith, H. 2001 ‘Norse attitudes to marine, wild and agricultural resources in the Outer Hebrides. Viking period settlement in Britain and Ireland, Cardiff.

Mulville, J. and Smith, H. 2001 ‘Strategies for Survival on Small Islands’. with H. Smith Islands in Prehistory, Daia Mallorca.

Mulville, J. 2001 Quarters, Arcs and Squares: ‘Human and animal burial in the Western Isles’. Sea Change Conference, Orkney.

Mulville, J. and Plutcenic, M. 2000 Session Organiser. All or nothing: human existence and subsistence. Theoretical Archaeology Group, Annual Conference

Craig, O. Collins, M. and Mulville, J. 2000 Dairying in the Western Isles a Biomolecular Approach. Ancient Molecules Session. European Association of Archaeologist. 5h Annual Meeting Bournemouth.



Mulville, J. and Thoms, J.2000 ‘Animals, architecture and ambience in the Iron Age: who ate what and why?’ Tall Stories? Broch Studies Past, Present and Future Conference. Shetland.

Mulville, J. 2000 ‘A walk on the wild side: Viking attitudes to food.’ Stornoway, Gall-Ghaidheil. The Western Isles in the Viking World.

Mulville, J. 2000 ‘From trash to tribute: animal bones on archaeological sites’. Prehistoric Society Day Meeting ‘Rubbish’ London.

Hey, G., Mulville, J. and Robinson, M. 2000‘Diet and Culture in Southern Britain: The evidence from Yarnton’, Food, Diet and Culture in the Neolithic. Prehistoric Society Meeting, Sheffield.



Parker Pearson, M. and Mulville, J. 1999 ‘Round houses on South Uist ‘Scottish Archaeological Forum, ‘Circular Arguments: the Archaeology of Roundhouses’, University of Glasgow.

Mulville, J. 1997 ‘Milk or Meat? Cattle in the Western Isles’, Association for Environmental Archaeology, 18th Annual Conference, ‘Ethnography, History and Environmental Archaeology, University of Limerick.

Mulville, J. 1997 ‘Subsistence, settlement and status on South Uist, Outer Hebrides’, Association for Environmental Archaeology, Easter Meeting, University of Bristol.

Mulville, J. 1997 'An Unsustainable Economy?: The Animal Bones from Dun Vulan', and ‘Settlement from the Late Bronze Age to the Norse Period on the Machair of South Uist', (the latter with N. Sharples) Ancient Landscapes in the Outer Hebrides. Society of Antiquaries Scotland.

Mulville, J. 1991 'Of Strontium and Sheep', Archaeological Science Conference, York University.

Mulville, J. 1990 'The Use of Strontium in the Identification of Dairying', The International Council of Archaeozoology, Washington D.C.


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