Community and Wellbeing

Community and Wellbeing

Interested in community and wellbeing archaeology?

So are these folk!

The website is being constantly updated as our network grows.

Dr. Penelope Foreman
North East/ Mid Wales and Liverpool

Hello! My speciality is Community Archaeology with supporting Equality and Diversity within archaeology.

I am interested in: widening participation in archaeology, studying the impact of heritage on well being and communities, enabled archaeology, volunteer management, volunteer well being, arts and health for archaeological outreach, community agency over and stewardship of historic landscapes, urban archaeology, contemporary use of Prehistoric sites, folklore and storytelling as community archaeology.

Please contact me at: penelope.foreman@cpat.org.uk
or find me on Twitter – @susmounds

Eila Macqueen Mphil
Archaeology Scotland

Eila joined Archaeology Scotland in March 2004. After graduating from Glasgow University she started a career in museums as a technical assistant at Kelvingrove Art Galleries before moving on to community-based initiatives in Caithness and Sutherland. This post led to a developmental role with Argyll and Bute Council, helping museums from Tighnabruich to Tiree and completing an MPhil with Newcastle University on community engagement in museums. Her last post was with the Northern Ireland Museums Council as Assistant Director where she gained distinction in the part-time Diploma in Management Practice course at the University of Ulster. Eila is a keen hill walker, loves all sorts of music and is a member of the Taoist Tai Chi Society.

e.macqueen@archaeologyscotland.org.uk