Lee Broderick

Research project

My PhD concerns the development of cities in mediaeval Britain as well as the development of ecosystems within those cities.  I am currently employed as a Research Assistant on the EcoSal Interreg project at Bournemouth University, where my role is in helping to determine biodiversity in Atlantic salt-working sites.

I am also involved in several other projects, details of which can be found on my own website (link below), including work in Mongolia, Nigeria, Tanzania, Ethiopia and South Africa.


I am a zooarchaeologist and ethnoarchaeologist who is primarily interested in pastoralism, taphonomy and palaeoecology (including the interaction of environment and subsistence).


Contact details

Mr Lee Broderick
Department of Archaeology
University of York
The King's Manor