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Dr Evelyne Godfrey, MCIfA

Research interests: Conservation Science, Archaeometallurgy, Radiography, Experimental Archaeology.      

Download copy of E.G. Godfrey (2007) PhD thesis here: “The Technology of Ancient and Medieval Directly Reduced Phosphoric Iron”

Education: BA Honours in Classics (University of London), Certificate in Chemistry for Museum Conservators (Hammersmith & West London College), PGDip in Medical Physics (University of Surrey), MSc in Archaeological Materials Science (University of Bradford), PhD in Archaeological Materials Science (University of Bradford).

Work: Graduate Intern at the Getty Conservation Institute in the Scientific Department of the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles California (1996-97); Teaching Fellow in Archaeomaterials in the Archaeology Department, University of Sheffield (2000-01). Lecturer, A-level Archaeology and HND level Metallurgy & Materials Science part-time at Bradford College from 2003-04 while running an independent archaeological metals consultancy. From 2005-07 Lecturer in Museum Objects Conservation in the Department of Historic Preservation, University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, Virginia. From 2007-09 post-doctoral researcher at ISIS Neutron Facility, Harwell, Oxfordshire carrying out non-destructive neutron and X-ray imaging and chemical & crystallographic analysis of archaeological and museum objects. 2011-2012 Director, Vale and Downland Museum, Wantage. 2011-2015 Trustee, Tom Brown's School Museum, Uffington. From 2015, a director of Uffington Heritage Watch.

Professional Memberships: Chartered Institute of Field Archaeologists since 1999; Institute of Conservation (currently Chair of ICON Archaeology Group); International Council of Museums (ICOM-UK) and ICOM-Conservation Committee since 2006. Registered director of ICOM-UK since 2015. Member of Rescue (the British Archaeological Trust) Council since 2016.