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Work: British prehistory & archaeology, Anatolian prehistory & archaeology, anthropology, artifact illustration,ceramic petrology, ceramic ethnoarchaeology,PXRF Analysis, Japanese language and culture,experimental archaeology, prehistoric technologies,Iron Age Scotland, Jomon pottery, Jomon Archaeology (Japan).
Affiliations: Present: British Institute at Ankara, postdoctoral research fellow.
Biographical: Ba(Hons) Applied Arts: ceramic design -Edinburgh College of Art 2005 Msc Archaeology - University of Edinburgh 2006 PhD Archaeology - University of Edinburgh 2007 - 2012 National Museum of Scotland archaeology department volunteer 2006-2007 National Museum of Scotland archaeology department post excavation staff (outside contractor) 2009-2014 Member of : Scottish Potters Association British Institute at Ankara Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (elected fellow) Prehistoric Ceramics Research Group Association of Archaeological Illustrators and Surveyors (now exists as a branch of the Institute for Archaeologists)
Favourite Publications: Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society Antiquity Journal of Anthropology (Ethnos) Cultural Anthropology Ceramic Review
West Port Book Festival Supports Japan. A fundraiser in Edinburgh
Mio Shapley will be conducting a tea ceremony, followed by tea, wine, cake, snacks, and a drive to make 1000 paper cranes. There will also be a Japanese bookbinding workshop.
Many items will be for sale include badges, bookmark goodie bags, and a raffle of lovely things.
Visit our facebook page @ 'West Port Supports Japan'
Follow us on Twitter @ wpbookfestival
The tea ceremony will be from 7.30-8.30 and is ticketed because of space...tickets are free, and donations are welcome.
contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat.