41 min

Emily Wapshott - 15 Questions with an Archeologist 15 Questions With An Archeologist

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Emily Wapshott  
In this episode, we are joined by Emily Wapshott; Commercial Archeologist at Southwest Archaeology and Co-Founder of Archaeologists Engage in the UK.
Emily began her tenure as an archeologist at a young age. Beginning with volunteer work when she was eight-years-old. Later on, she found her way to the University of Exeter to pursue her education. It was there where she earned a double honors undergraduate degree in History and Archeology, as well as a postgraduate degree in Experimental Archeology. 
Throughout her career, Emily has had the opportunity to conduct fieldwork in some amazing places. With sites in and around the UK, as well as abroad in countries like Greece. Now, as a Commercial Archeologist, much of her work is done primarily throughout Cornwall, Devon, and Somerset in the UK. Along with her commercial work, she is also a trustee at the Great Torrington Heritage Museum in Devon.
Listen to her answers to our 15 questions, and get an interesting perspective from someone who does work within archeology that has not been discussed very much on the podcast.
To see the video of our conversation, head over to SEAC's YouTube channel!
Connect with Emily
Organizations
Archaeologists Engage, on Instagram
Southwest Archaeology
Great Torrington Heritage Museum
Personal
Instagram
Email: elvwarchaeology@gmail.com
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Emily Wapshott  
In this episode, we are joined by Emily Wapshott; Commercial Archeologist at Southwest Archaeology and Co-Founder of Archaeologists Engage in the UK.
Emily began her tenure as an archeologist at a young age. Beginning with volunteer work when she was eight-years-old. Later on, she found her way to the University of Exeter to pursue her education. It was there where she earned a double honors undergraduate degree in History and Archeology, as well as a postgraduate degree in Experimental Archeology. 
Throughout her career, Emily has had the opportunity to conduct fieldwork in some amazing places. With sites in and around the UK, as well as abroad in countries like Greece. Now, as a Commercial Archeologist, much of her work is done primarily throughout Cornwall, Devon, and Somerset in the UK. Along with her commercial work, she is also a trustee at the Great Torrington Heritage Museum in Devon.
Listen to her answers to our 15 questions, and get an interesting perspective from someone who does work within archeology that has not been discussed very much on the podcast.
To see the video of our conversation, head over to SEAC's YouTube channel!
Connect with Emily
Organizations
Archaeologists Engage, on Instagram
Southwest Archaeology
Great Torrington Heritage Museum
Personal
Instagram
Email: elvwarchaeology@gmail.com
 We would love to get your feedback! Email

HELP US SPREAD THE WORD!
If you enjoyed this episode, head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating, a review, and subscribe!
Ways to subscribe to 15 Questions with an Archeologist.
Click here to subscribe via iTunes
Click here to subscribe via RSS
You can also subscribe via Stitcher
Connect with us.
Website
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Twitter
Instagram

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