Emily Johnson

September 2015 to present


This course teaches basic zooarchaeology to undergraduates and postgraduates in archaeology. My role is to assist students in the identification process of animal bones, as this forms part of their assessment.

September 2013 to present

Widening Participation

I have been involved in the Widening Participation scheme since the beginning of my PhD. I have often delivered individual hour-long sessions on zooarchaeology, giving secondary school students an introduction into how archaeologists use animal bones. I have also been involved in organising the summer residential program for archaeology, which involves a more intensive suite of taught sessions including zooarchaeology and human evolution, delivered to year 12 students.