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University of Cambridge

Downing Street

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire,CB2 3EB

United Kingdom

Company Description

The Cambridge Canadian Studies Initiative (CCSI) was founded in 2004, creating a new focal point for Canadian Studies at the University of Cambridge. The CCSI was widely welcomed as reestablishing an institutional presence for Canadian Studies at Cambridge a...more

Background Information

Employment History

Research Associate

Conflict


Director of Studies for Archaeology and Anthropology

Peterhouse


AHRC Funded Early Career Researcher

Cambridge & County Folk Museum


Intern

ICCROM


Consultant

Dorling Kindersley Limited


Guide

Roskilde Viking Ship Museum


Affiliations

UCR

Team Member


Wits City Institute - Read More…

Honorary Research Fellow


University of Pretoria

Post Doctoral Research Fellow


School for the Advancement of Scholarship

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow On the Capital Cities Project


McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research

Member


VU University

Research Fellow


Education

PhD

Archaeology and Heritage Management

University of Cambridge


Web References(74 Total References)


Peace One Day -

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Inspired by this, they took part in workshops led by Dr Britt Baillie, Research Associate in Conflict in Cities and the Contested State at Cambridge University's Department of Architecture, and Parkside Sixth's own Dan Roberts.
Mr Dan Roberts (Parkside Sixth), Dr Britt Baillie (University of Cambridge), Ana Zavala Guillen (Rotary Peace Scholar, University of Bradford), Mr Mike Smith (Rotary of South Cambridge)


FAQ's — Centre for Urban Conflicts Research

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Britt Baillie bab30@cam.ac.uk
UCR's Dr Britt Baillie has been made an Honorary Research Fellow at the Wits City Institute


Research Members — Centre for Urban Conflicts Research

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Dr Britt Baillie, PhD
Dr Britt Baillie, PhD Research Member and Co-Founder bab30@cam.ac.uk UCR's Dr Britt Baillie has been made an Honorary Research Fellow at the Wits City Institute


www.archaeology.org

According to Britt Baillie of the University of Cambridge, who has been working on the interpretation of the burial, the men there are more likely to have been inspired by the saga than they are to have been characters in it.
"The Jomsviking story seems to have been in active circulation around the turn of the millennium, so my theory is that the men on the Ridgeway wanted to emulate the bravery depicted in the saga, although alleged 'Jomsvikings' are said to have been operating in England at the time," she says. Baillie even questions the widespread assumption that the Weymouth men were, in fact, mercenaries at all. "The problem with the Weymouth burials is that the men did not have many old wounds, consistent with having been engaged in earlier battles," she says.


Research Staff — Department of Architecture

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Dr. Britt Baillie, PhD
Dr. Britt Baillie, PhD Research Member and Co-Founder of the Centre for Urban Conflicts Research, University of Cambridge Post-Doctoral Researcher, Capital Cities Institutional Research Theme, University of Pretoria bab30@cam.ac.uk


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