Helen teaches on a number of modules across the History and Archaeology Curriculum including:
The Archaeology of Britain (Level 4)
Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice (Level 4)
Archaeology in the Field (Level 5)
Landscapes: Archaeological and Historical Approaches (Level 5)
Communicating the Past (Level 5)
The Archaeology of the Castle (Level 6)
She supervises a wide range of undergraduate dissertation topics.
As part of her teaching practice she includes a range of techniques including using Minecraft to recreate the deserted medieval village of Wharram Percy and using LEGO to model the castles of Edward I. She is keen to develop digital literacy in her students.
Helen's primary interest is in landscape archaeology, including marginal landscapes, wetland landscapes, military landscapes, seigniorial landscapes, and landscape archaeological techniques.
She would also be interested in supervising postgraduate research on teaching and learning in archaeology, including the provision of field schools, employability, and using technology as a teaching aid.
- Maybury, T. 2011. A century of change on the Lindsey marshland : Marshchapel 1540-1640. University of Hull
- Hiscott, R. 2015. The permissibility of the practice of inscribing graffiti in Beverley Minster, with specific reference to the eastern side of the reredos.