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Robin Densem

Robin Densem has been a practising archaeologist since 1972, with a break to gain an undergraduate degree in archaeology from University College London in 1973-6.

He investigated, negotiated and project managed archaeological projects in London, particularly in the period 1976-2003. He is presently working by day on the archaeology desk at Birkbeck, where he works as well as teaches on the MA Archaeology and the archaeological fieldwork programme. He has taught Certificate and Certificate in Higher Education history modules for the Birkbeck history programme since 2004.

He has taught archaeology for Birkbeck since 1979, specialising up to 2004 in the archaeology and history of Roman Britain. Since then, his teaching experience has widened to take in the history of London through to c.AD 1666. His interests include Roman, Saxon, medieval and early modern history and archaeology relating to Britain, including heritage management and the history of archaeology, and the history and archaeology of London.