Lee G. Broderick, MSc, MA, FZS

       2015
  • (with Linder, W. & Houle, J.-L.) Burning Resources: Traditional Fuel Use On The Mongolian Steppe, 6th Italian Society for Ethnoarchaeology (AIE)  in Rome, 2015.

  • (with Sykes, N., Maltby, M. & Brothwell, D.) Keynote presentation (title TBC), 36th AEA Annual Conference at University of York, 2015.

  • The Blood of the Beasts: The Social Taphonomy of Cattle Bones in a Mediaeval City, 36th AEA Annual Conference at University of York, 2015.

  • (with de Carle, D., Linder, W. & Houle, J.-L.) Burn Baby Burn; Sh*t Fuel Inferno: Ethnographic Fuel Use in the West Mongolian Altai, 36th AEA Annual Conference at University of York, 2015.

  • (with Seitsonen, O. & Seitsonen, S.) Of Seals and Men: Liminal Prey-Hunter Relationships in the Eastern Baltic Sea Region in Prehistory and History, 36th AEA Annual Conference at University of York, 2015.

  • Everyday Life from Pits of Filth: Presenting a New Model to Understand Mediaeval Commerce, Industry and Social Organisation from the Zooarchaeological Record, European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) 21st Annual Meeting at the University of Glasgow, 2015.
  • Breaking Down Boundaries: The Zooarchaeology of Mediaeval Memes, Crossing Boundaries: The Creation of Foodscapes at University of Nottingham, 2015.

       2014
  • (with Ogundiran, A.) Living on the Edge: Climate, Landscape and Resource Use on the Oyo Empire Frontier, The 11th Annual African Archaeology Research Day  (AARD) at University of Bristol, 2014.

  • (with Houle, J.-L. & Seitsonen, O.) Archaeology, Society and Environment: A Collage from Mongolia, 35th AEA Annual Conference at Plymouth University, 2014.

  • (with Seitsonen, O. & Houle, J.-L.) GIS Approaches to Movement and Mobility in the Monumental Landscape of the Bronze Age Khanuy Valley, Sixth Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA) at the National University of Mongolia, 2014.

  • with Seitsonen, O. & Houle, J.-L.) Rings of Fire?, Sixth Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA) at the National University of Mongolia, 2014.

  • (with Seitsonen, O. & Houle, J.-L.) The Culture Changes but the Herd Stays the Same: Bronze Age and Xiongnu Subsistence, Sixth Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA) at the National University of Mongolia, 2014.

  • Zebras, Cavalry, Hippophagy and NISP: The Oyo Empire and Zooarchaeology, Professional Zooarchaeology Group Workshop on Equids at the University of Central Lancashire, 2014.

       2013
  • (with Seitsonen, O. & Houle, J.-L.) Plus ça Change: Living in Mongolia, 34th AEA Annual Conference at University of Kiel, 2013. (Withdrawn)

       2012
  • (with Prendergast, M.E., Seitsonen, O., Grillo, K., Gidna, A. & Mabulla, A.) No Flies on Us: The Diffusion of the Neolithic in Africa, 33rd AEA Annual Conference at University of Reading, 2012.

  • (with Prendergast, M.E., Mabulla, A.Z.P., Seitsonen, O., Grillo, K. & Gidna, A.) Hunters, Herders and Land Use in Northern Tanzania, The 9th Annual African Archaeology Research Day  (AARD) at University of Southampton, 2012.

  • (with Seitsonen, O. & Houle, J.-L.) A Smell of Burning Fills the Startled Air – The Animal is no Longer There!, European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) 18th Annual Meeting at the University of Helsinki, 2012.

  • (with Morris, J.) iCommunication in African Zooarchaeology, 11th Society of Africanist Archaeologists (SAfA) Biennial Conference at the University of Toronto, 2012.

  • No Bones About the South West, Yorkshire Archaeology Postgraduate Group (YAPG) conference at the University of York, 2012.

  • A Case in Point: Exeter and the Development of Mediaeval Cities, Departmental Lecture in Bioarchaeology Centre, Department of Archaeology, University of York, 2012.

  • When the Unusual is the Normal, Professional Zooarchaeology Group Workshop on Unusual Deposits at the Museum of London, 2012.

       2011
  • (with Seitsonen, O. & Houle, J.-L.) The Ritual Round, Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) 33rd Annual Meeting at the University of Birmingham, 2011.

  • (with Morris, J.) iCommunication in African Zooarchaeology, The 8th Annual African Archaeology Research Day  (AARD) at UCL, 2011.

  • Make Do and Spend, 32nd AEA Annual Conference at VU University Amsterdam, 2011.

  • What Can Modern Day Pastoralist Practices in Ethiopia Tell Us About Past Lifestyles, There and Elsewhere?, Invited Lecture in Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, 2011.

  • No Deer: What can the Matter be?, Deer and People: Past, Present and Future at the University of Lincoln, 2011.

  • Carcass Disposal and Inter-Site Variability, Professional Zooarchaeology Group Workshop on Taphonomy at the University of York, 2011.

  • The Economy and Ecology of Historic Exeter, 4th Applied Sciences Post-Graduate Conference at Bournemouth University, 2011.

  • Ethnozooarchaeology: What is it and What’s the Point?, A Pint With the Past in Bristol, 2011.

       2010
  • Whatever Happened to Exeter?, Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) 32nd Annual Meeting at the University of Bristol, 2010.

  • Khanuy say “Xiongnu Pastoralist Habitation Site?”, 31st AEA Annual Conference at the International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto, 2010.

  • (with Randall, C.E.) Who Let the Cows Out?, European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) 16th Annual Meeting in The Hague, 2010.

  • The Urban Jungle, 11th ICAZ International Conference at Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris, 2010.

  • Does a Cow Shit in the Field?, 11th ICAZ International Conference at Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris, 2010.

  • (with Randall, C.E.) Who Let the Cows Out?, 11th ICAZ International Conference at Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris, 2010.

       2009
  • Ritualisation (or The Four Fully-Articulated Ungulates of The Apocalypse), Postgraduate Zooarchaeology Forum at Cardiff University, 2009.

  • Ritualisation (or The Four Fully-Articulated Ungulates of The Apocalypse), European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) 15th Annual Meeting in Trento, 2009.

       2008
  • Ethiopia: Adaptive Pastoralism, Departmental Lecture in Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield, 2008.




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