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date: 15 October 2019

Malone, Prof. Caroline Ann Tuke, (Mrs S. K. F. Stoddart) free


Born 10 Oct. 1957; d of Lt Col Henry Charles Malone and Margaret Hope (née Kayll); m 1983, Dr Simon Kenneth Fladgate Stoddart , qv; two d

archaeologist; Professor of Prehistory, Queen’s University Belfast, since 2013


St Mary’s Sch., St Leonards on Sea; New Hall, Cambridge (MA Hons Archaeol. and Anthropol. 1984); Trinity Hall, Cambridge (PhD Archaeol. 1986)


FSA 1993. Italian Govt Scholarship, Rome Univ., 1980–81; Rome Scholarship in Archaeol., Brit. Sch. in Rome, 1981–82; Curator, Alexander Keiller Mus., Avebury, 1985–87; Inspector of Ancient Monuments, English Heritage, 1987–90; Lectr, then Sen. Lectr, Univ. of Bristol, 1990–97; Cambridge University: Tutor in Archaeol., Continuing Educn, 1997–2000; Affiliated Lectr, Dept of Archaeology, 1998–2000, 2005–; Sen. Proctor, 1998–2001; Fellow, New Hall, 1997–2000; Keeper, Dept of Prehistory and Early Europe, British Mus., 2000–03; Sen. Tutor, Hughes Hall, Cambridge, 2003–07; Queen’s University Belfast: Sen. Lectr in Prehistorical Archaeol., 2007–10; Reader, 2010–13; Dir of Educn, Archaeology and Paleoecology, 2009–12. Co-Director: Gubbio Archaeol. Project, 1983–88; Gozo Project, Malta, 1987–98; Troina Project, Sicily, 1997–2001; Lismore, Scotland, 2002–08. Res. Associate Prof. of Archaeol., SUNY, Buffalo, 2004–. Principal investigator, Fragility and Sustainability in Restricted Island Contexts project, 2013–. Mem., BASIS Cttee, British Acad., 2001–09. Ed., 1998–2000, Co-Ed., 2000–02, Antiquity. MCIfA (MIFA 1986). Fellow, McDonald Inst. for Archaeol Res., 1996–2007


(ed with S. Stoddart) Papers in Italian Archaeology, Vols 1–4, 1985; Avebury, 1989; (ed with S. Stoddart) Territory, Time and State, 1994; Neolithic Britain and Ireland, 2001; (with S. Stoddart) Mortuary Customs in Prehistoric Malta: excavations at the Brochtorff Circle at Xagħra 1987–94, 2009; contrib. numerous academic papers, articles and reviews


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School of Natural and Built Environment, Queen’s University Belfast BT7 1NN