Madeleine Bleasdale received her BSc in Archaeology from University College London and her MSc in Bioarchaeology from the University of York. Her MSc thesis, "The Queen's Chapel of the Savoy: A Dietary Reconstruction of a British Post-medieval Population Using Stable Isotope Analysis", explored the diet of a post-medieval population associated with a medieval hospital, military infirmary, prison and barracks.
the Department of Archaeology as a PhD Researcher. Her research explores the development of pastoralism and milk consumption in Africa by applying biomolecular analyses to dental calculus and ceramics.
Current Project: The Origins of Dairying in Ancient Africa