Emma Wells

Emma WellsEmma was awarded a PhD in Buildings Archaeology from Durham University, for which she was the 2011-12 British Archaeological Association Ochs Scholar and the recipient of the 2011 Society for Church Archaeology Research Grant. Previously, she achieved a Distinction in the MA in Buildings Archaeology from the University of York. She is a Practitioner of the Institute for Archaeologists and a member of the Society for Architectural Historians, Society for Church Archaeology, British Archaeological Association and the Society for Medieval Archaeology. Having founded her own heritage consultancy, she has worked on a variety of high-profile projects including the Leverhulme-funded Lindisfarne Gospels, and HLF-funded ‘Charting Chipeling: The Archaeology of the Kiplin Estate’. Emma has also contributed to various BBC and Channel 4 programmes, and is a lecturer in theology at York St John University.

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