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Birmingham City University successfully combines innovative teaching and learning, sector-leading student support and effective partnerships with some of the country's top employers.
With a history dating back to 1843, university status was achieved in 1992, and the Birmingham City University name adopted in 2007.
Through my experience at Highlands College I was able to hear the voice of God about what He was calling me to do.” – Abby Lee, 2016 Graduate “The training you receive at Highlands College impacts every area of church by equipping students to love people.
I have recently completed a series of regional interpretative syntheses of the evidence from the West Midlands, the Upper and Middle Thames Valley, Wessex and South-East England, including the Channel Tunnel Rail Link.
I have also recently published studies of Early Bronze Age burials, monuments, children in funerary ritual, and archaeological approaches to the study of rites of passage.
I gained my BA at the Institute of Archaeology in London, and my MSc in Social Anthropology at University College London.
My early career was in professional archaeology, with fieldwork, post-excavation and publication posts in Sussex, Lincolnshire, London, Oxford, and with the Central Excavation Unit.