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Sue Greaney talks about her experience as one of the AHRC BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinkers and where it has taken her.
In my last blog post, I introduced myself and gave a bit of background to my archaeological career and PhD research. As a quick reminder, I’m a part-time PhD student at Cardiff University, undertaking research into Neolithic monuments.Approaching the final stages of my PhD, I spotted a call for applications to the AHRC BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinkers scheme. This seemed a perfect opport...
I’m an archaeologist with a specialist interest in the Neolithic and early Bronze Age of the British Isles. Although I rarely get the opportunity to head out into the field with my trowel these days; you are much more likely to find me buried in a museum archive or surrounded by library books!This blog posts sets out my career so far, why I chose to do a PhD, what my research is about and ...