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PhD, Archaeology
University of Reading, UK
Supervisors: Richard Bradley and Bob Chapman 

Upgraded MPhil to PhD Candidate, Archaeology 
*(Transferred to the University of Reading)* 
University College Cork, Ireland
Supervisor: William O'Brien 

BA, Medieval and Early Modern Studies 
University of California, Davis 
Honors: Department Citation for Outstanding Performance 

Associate of Arts
Santa Rosa Junior College 
Honors: Dean's Highest Honors


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Presentations and Publications

Vejby, M. (2016). ‘Ordinary Objects Transformed: the compound natures of material culture and their hidden costs’. IN WHITMORE, A. & HOSS, S. (Eds.)


Vejby, M. (2016). ‘Radiocarbon Dates from the Loughcrew Cairn H Bone Slips.’ Oxford Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 35.


Vejby, M. (2015). Physical Anthropology Lab Manual. Santa Rosa, Arbor Crest Publishing.


Vejby, M. (2015)The Iron Age and Roman Period Lives of Brittany’s Megalithic Tombs. IN DÍAZ-GUARDAMINO, M., GARCíA SANJUÁN, L., & WHEATLEY, D. (Eds.) Outstanding Biographies: The Life of Prehistoric Monuments in Iron Age, Roman, and Medieval Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Vejby, M. (2013). ‘New Radiocarbon Dates from Loughcrew Cairn H Carved Bone Slips.’ PAST. Vol. 65, pp. 12.


Vejby, M & J Ahlers. (2013). Land, Myth, and Language: The Preservation of Social Memories. IN CHADWICK, A. & GIBSON, C. (Eds.) Memory, Myth and Long-Term Landscape Inhabitation. Oxford, Oxbow.


Vejby, M. (2012). Reinterpreting the Iron Age and Roman Reuse of Megalithic Tombs in Atlantic Europe. Department of Archaeology. Reading, University of Reading.