Jennifer Browning BA MA MCIfA
Jennifer is a Project Officer at ULAS. She has over 25 years archaeological experience, having directed numerous excavations. She has expertise in animal bones analysis from archaeological sites.
Jennifer achieved her Archaeology BA at Nottingham and Landscape Studies MA at Leicester. She has worked on animal bones since 1998, reporting on assemblages for ULAS and external clients. Previous projects include the analysis of large faunal assemblages from urban Leicester excavations, and Iron Age settlements (notably Humberstone and Hallaton, both published). She has directed significant prehistoric and Roman sites (notably Whissendine, Market Harborough), and medieval (Anstey, Highcross project). She has particular expertise in urban faunal remains and Iron Age religious and settlement archaeology. She is a member of the International Council for Archaeozoology (ICAZ), the Professional Zooarchaeology Group (PZG), and the Association for Environmental Archaeology (AEA).