László Bartosiewicz PhD, DSc
Reader in Archaeology
Room 00M.17, William Robertson Wing, Old Medical School, Teviot PlaceTelephone: 0131 650 2553
Office hours: Available anytime by appointment via email
I hold degrees in Animal Science from the University of Gödöllő (Hungary: 1977) and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (1987; 1998). I have carried out research on animal remains in Europe (Belgium, Hungary, Scotland Serbia, Slovenia, Switzerland) as well as the Near East (Egypt, Israel, Turkey) and South America (Bolivia). I have taught zooarchaeology since 1996 and took up the post of Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh in 2004.
- Professor in Archaeozoology, Loránd Eötvös University, Hungary
- President of the International Council for Archaeozoology since 2006
- Associate Editor International Journal of Palaeopathology