Dr Jarrad Paul
PhD, BA (Hons), University of Melbourne
Jarrad is as an archaeologist and worked animal bone specialist with extensive experience in the field working in Turkey, the Republic of Georgia, Greece, and Malaysian Borneo. As a result of his work, Jarrad has published several articles and book chapters and presented his findings to a range of specialist and public audiences at international and domestic conferences. Jarrad’s ongoing research interests includes the use of worked animal bone by the world’s first farmers in the Near East.
Jarrad also has a passion for education, working as tutor for the University of Melbourne and Trinity College. He is also currently an Associate of the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne.