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Dr Emma-Jayne Graham
I graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2000 with a degree in Archaeology and Prehistory, swiftly followed by an MA in European Historical Archaeology and a PhD examining the burial of the urban poor in Roman Italy. After this I was Rome Fellow at the British School at Rome (2005-2006), during which I conducted further research into Roman mortuary customs with a project concerning the rite of os resectum. Subsequently I spent some time as a project officer with an archaeological consultancy, held an early career lectureship at Cardiff University (2007-2008), two teaching fellow positions in the School of Classics at the University of St. Andrews (2008-09 and 2010-2011) and a further teaching fellowship at the University of Leicester (2011-2012). I joined the Department of Classical Studies in September 2012.
Emma-Jayne Graham (2019) Pilgrimage, mobile behaviours and the creation of religious place in early Roman Latium, Routledge
Professor James Robson and Emma-Jayne Graham (2018-08-09) Classics online at the Open University: teaching and learning with interactive resources, Bloomsbury
Emma-Jayne Graham (2018-05-23) ‘There Buds the Laurel’: Nature, Temporality and the Making of Place in the Cemeteries of Roman Italy, In Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal (TRAJ) 1(1)
Emma-Jayne Graham, Carrie L. Sulosky Weaver and Andrew T. Chamberlain (2018) Pars pro toto and personhood in Roman cremation ritual: new bioarchaeological evidence for the rite of os resectum, In Bioarchaeology International 4(2)
Emma-Jayne Graham (2017-10-02) [Book Review] Reviving Roman Religion: Sacred Trees in the Roman World, In Material Religion 4(13), Informa UK Limited
Emma-Jayne Graham (2017) Babes in arms? Sensory dissonance and the ambiguities of votive objects, Routledge
Emma-Jayne Graham (2017) Partible humans and permeable gods: enacting human-divine personhood in the sanctuaries of Hellenistic Italy, Routledge
Emma-Jayne Graham and Jane Draycott (2017) Introduction: Debating the anatomical votive, Routledge
Jane Draycott and Emma-Jayne Graham (editors) (2017) Bodies of Evidence: Ancient Anatomical Votives Past, Present and Future, Routledge
Emma-Jayne Graham (2016-09-30) Mobility impairment in the sanctuaries of early Roman Italy, Routledge