Dr Molly Quinn
Dr Molly has recently completed her PhD studying the environmental and temporal context of hominin and Indigenous archaeological sites within Asia and Australia. Her doctoral work compiles Optically Stimulated Luminescence, Faunal Stable Isotopes and Clumped Isotopes to provide insight into how and when our ancestors lived.
She has worked in the Pilbara since 2018.
Her experience includes leading survey, salvage, and excavation work under Western Australia legislation. She has additional experience in Aboriginal and Historic archaeology within New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland since she moved to Australia in 2017. She holds an M.Sc. in Paleopathology from Durham University. Her past work with human remains includes collections from Peru, Egypt, the United States, and Israel. Sub-specialties include zoo-archaeological preparatory work and repatriation of human remains within museum collections. She also holds two undergraduate degrees in Anthropology (Archaeology) and Geography (Environmental Science) from the University of California, Berkeley.