Dr Rebecca Roseff BA (Hons) PhD MCIfA
Special Projects Manager
Rebecca studied Environmental Archaeology at the University of Wales, Lampeter, followed by a PhD in Environmental Archaeology at the University of Birmingham. She subsequently gained professional qualifications in ISAD Standards in Managing Archives and a Diploma in Relational Databases and Object Oriented Computing. Following her academic studies, Rebecca worked as an Environmental Archaeologist for the Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit.
Rebecca then worked as the Sites and Monuments Record Officer for Cheshire, before taking up the same role for Herefordshire Council. She subsequently worked as an archivist at Magdalen College School, Oxford, and the Cider Museum, Hereford. Rebecca has also worked overseas on the Oman Research Project. She has authored specialist volumes and presented papers at national and international conferences. Rebecca joined Border Archaeology in 2016 as a Special Projects Manager. Her role involves working on the Company’s larger projects, overseeing report-writing and archaeological analysis. Her research specialisms include environmental archaeology, medieval landscapes and post-medieval ceramics.