Papers and poster presented at conferences

2012

Fillery-Travis, R., (forthcoming). Variation in Roman period iron smelting: a case study in southwest England. 39th International Symposium of Archaeometry, Leuven.

Fillery-Travis, R., 2012. Paper. Social media: creating, owning and developing a professional identity on the web. Institute of Archaeology Graduate Student Conference, UCL, London. 13th February, 2012.

Fillery-Travis, R., 2012. Paper. Teaching and learning experimental archaeology. 6th Experimental Archaeology Conference, 6th-7th January, York.

2011

Fillery-Travis, R., 2011. Paper. Compositional variance in Roman iron production slags from a single site. Historical Metallurgy Society’s Research in Progress Meeting, Sheffield, 2011.

Fillery-Travis, R., 2011. Paper. Roman iron production in Exmoor. Institute of Archaeology Graduate Student Conference, 2011.

2010.

Fillery-Travis, R., 2010. Paper. Portable XRF analysis of a Roman cavalry helmet – or making the most of half an hour with the Crosby Garret helmet. Historical Metallurgy Society’s Research in Progress Meeting, UCL, 2010.

Fillery-Travis, R., 2010. Poster. Significant others? Returning meaning to metal-detected objects through chemical analysis. 38th International Symposium on Archaeometry, University of South Florida, USA, 10th-14th May 2010.

Fillery-Travis, R., 2010. Poster. Experimental Archaeology? Exploratory analysis of Romano-British copper alloys. International Symposium on Archaeometry, University of South Florida, USA, 10th-14th May 2010.

Fillery-Travis, R., 2010. Paper. Little fish in a big pond. A case study for using large analyses to aid small project interpretation. Institute of Archaeology Graduate Student Conference, 2010.

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