Emily Johnson

Personal details





University of Exeter

PhD in Zooarchaeology: 

A zooarchaeological study of butchery and bone fat processing practices among early Neolithic farming societies in central Europe


Funded by the European Research Council.


University of Exeter

MSc Bioarchaeology (Human Osteology), Distinction.


Dissertation title: The Faunal Remains from the Hat and Feather Yard, Bath.


University of Exeter

BA (Combined Honours) Archaeology and Ancient History, first class.


Dissertation title: An Identification and Analysis of an Assemblage of Archaeological Animal Bones from the site at Maltings Lane, Witham, Essex (WHML).


Awarded a College Commendation for Academic Achievement in Classics.


Professional/research experience

May 1 2017:

University of Exeter

Postdoctoral Research Associate on the NeoMilk Project


August 8 2015 - September 8 2015:


I identified, recorded and documented a large faunal assemblage from Haverfordwest Priory in West Wales, with material dating from the mediaeval to the modern period. I produced a detailed report on this material.