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International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies
Newcastle University

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Kate joined ICCHS in 2010 to work on the Rock Art Mobile Project. Prior to this she worked as a Research Associate on the Breaking through Rock Art Recording Project at Durham University, exploring the potential of laser scanning for the recording of prehistoric carvings in Northumberland and Cumbria. More recently, she was Project Officer for the Northumberland and Durham Rock Art Project, run by Northumberland and Durham County Councils and funded by English Heritage, which trained local volunteers to record rock art, and produced the England’s Rock Art (ERA) website and database. She edits a quarterly newsletter on British rock art called Rock Articles and recent publications include Carving a Future for British Rock Art. New directions for research, management, and presentation (2010, co-edited with Tertia Barnett).

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