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MAD Evening - Daniel Rhodes, National Trust for Scotland
11 November 2021
Starts: 19:30
Ends: 21:30

Daniel Rhodes, an archaeologist with the National Trust for Scotland, has just relocated to Inverness. Yeah! He and his family have recently moved from Edinburgh to Inverness and his daughter already plays the bagpipes, so he’s confident they’re settling in nicely! 

Daniel is an Archaeologist for the National Trust for Scotland and responsible for the research and conservation of some 13,000 archaeology sites ranging from Mesolithic Settlements in the Cairngorms to World War 2 plane crash sites on Fair Isle.

He studied Archaeology and Ancient History at the University of Wales before embarking on a career in commercial archaeology in Ireland. He returned to academia in 2003 to study an MSc in Maritime Archaeology at the University of Ulster followed by a PhD focusing on European colonial architecture in Kenya, Tanzania and Sudan. Prior to joining the NTS in 2009 he held posts as Associate Lecturer at the Open University and Teaching Fellow at the University of Ulster. Daniel has also worked as a researcher for the British Institute in East Africa and the National Museum of Iceland.

His most recent work includes publications on Historic Interiors on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, the Public Presentation of Slave Heritage in East Africa, and Class Division within 18th-century Scottish Designed Landscapes.

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