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28 April 2023 - 28 April 2023

4:15PM - 6:00PM

PCL048 The Palatine Centre Durham University Science Site South Road Durham DH1 3LE

  • Free to all attendees

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Dr Julia Beaumont and her PhD student Corinne Feuillatre from the University of Bradford will be presenting their research, combining archaeological and professional knowledge to shed new light on human diets.

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A student working in the archaeology department's isotope lab

Julia and Corinne's current research focuses on using stable isotopes of incremental dentine to examine human diet and health stress in both the past and present. They will be presenting their findings and bringing vital insights from outside archaeology. Prior to studying doctorates in archaeology, Julia was a dentist and Corinne a dietician, so they can bring expert knowledge to a subject which is often the reserve of exclusively archaeological scientists.


Free to all attendees