Miss Judith White

Miss Judith White

Curator, Birds

Department: Life Sciences
Division: LS Vertebrates Division
Phone: 0207942 6161

Vertebrates, Birds

Douglas RussellHendrik Van GrouwJoanne Cooper, Judith White, Mark Adams

Specialisms

curation, osteoarchaeology, osteology collections, skeleton preparation, spirit collections

Summary

I am a Curator in the Bird Group at Tring, jointly responsible for the avian spirit and skeletal collections. My work involves curation tasks in the collections, organising loans, answering enquiries and supervising research visitors.

Qualifications

Degrees

BA Archaeology, University of Southampton, England

MA Osteoarchaeology, University of Southampton, England

Employment history

Non-academic

Curator, Natural History Museum, United Kingdom, 2013 - ongoing

Curatorial Assistant (Excavating Pitt Rivers), Pitt-Rivers Museum, Oxford, 2012 - 2013

Image and Data Capture Assistant (Red Box Project), English Heritage, 2012 - 2012

Entomology Type Specimen Data Input Clerk, Oxford University Museum of Natural History, 2011 - 2012

Curatorial Assistant (Natural Environments), Manchester Museum, 2010 - 2011

Collections Coordinator (AMEAD), Ashmolean Museum, 2009 - 2010

Museum Assistant, Ashmolean Museum, 2008 - 2009

Research Associate (Destructive Analysis Collection), University Of Birmingham c/o Bird Group Natural History Museum, Tring, 2008 - 2008

Curator (Bird Group), Natural History Museum, Tring, 2006 - 2007

Zooarchaeology Intern, English Heritage, 2004 - 2005

Highlighted publications

Russell DGD, White J, Maurer G, Cassey P (2010) Data-poor egg collections: cracking an important research resource. Journal of Afrotropical Zoology - Special Issue, 77 - 82.

Sykes NJ, White J, Hayes TE, Palmer MR (2006) Tracking animals using strontium isotopes in teeth: the role of fallow deer (Dama dama) in Roman Britain. Antiquity, 80 : 948 - 959.

Publications

Manegold A, White J (2014) Morphologische Anpassungen an das Klettern und Hacken beim Hüpfspecht Nesoctites micromegas (Picidae, Piciformes) dargestellt mit Hilfe der Computertomografie.. Vogelwarte. 52 : : 324 - 325.

Russell DGD, White J, Maurer G, Cassey P (2010) Data-poor egg collections: cracking an important research resource. Journal of Afrotropical Zoology - Special Issue, 77 - 82.

Sykes NJ, White J, Hayes TE, Palmer MR (2006) Tracking animals using strontium isotopes in teeth: the role of fallow deer (Dama dama) in Roman Britain. Antiquity, 80 : 948 - 959.

Introduction

Summary

I am a Curator in the Bird Group at Tring, jointly responsible for the avian spirit and skeletal collections. My work involves curation tasks in the collections, organising loans, answering enquiries and supervising research visitors.

Qualifications

Degrees

BA Archaeology, University of Southampton, England

MA Osteoarchaeology, University of Southampton, England

Employment history

Non-academic

Curator, Natural History Museum, United Kingdom, 2013 - ongoing

Curatorial Assistant (Excavating Pitt Rivers), Pitt-Rivers Museum, Oxford, 2012 - 2013

Image and Data Capture Assistant (Red Box Project), English Heritage, 2012 - 2012

Entomology Type Specimen Data Input Clerk, Oxford University Museum of Natural History, 2011 - 2012

Curatorial Assistant (Natural Environments), Manchester Museum, 2010 - 2011

Collections Coordinator (AMEAD), Ashmolean Museum, 2009 - 2010

Museum Assistant, Ashmolean Museum, 2008 - 2009

Research Associate (Destructive Analysis Collection), University Of Birmingham c/o Bird Group Natural History Museum, Tring, 2008 - 2008

Curator (Bird Group), Natural History Museum, Tring, 2006 - 2007

Zooarchaeology Intern, English Heritage, 2004 - 2005

Highlighted publications

Russell DGD, White J, Maurer G, Cassey P (2010) Data-poor egg collections: cracking an important research resource. Journal of Afrotropical Zoology - Special Issue, 77 - 82.

Sykes NJ, White J, Hayes TE, Palmer MR (2006) Tracking animals using strontium isotopes in teeth: the role of fallow deer (Dama dama) in Roman Britain. Antiquity, 80 : 948 - 959.

Publications

Publications

Manegold A, White J (2014) Morphologische Anpassungen an das Klettern und Hacken beim Hüpfspecht Nesoctites micromegas (Picidae, Piciformes) dargestellt mit Hilfe der Computertomografie.. Vogelwarte. 52 : : 324 - 325.

Russell DGD, White J, Maurer G, Cassey P (2010) Data-poor egg collections: cracking an important research resource. Journal of Afrotropical Zoology - Special Issue, 77 - 82.

Sykes NJ, White J, Hayes TE, Palmer MR (2006) Tracking animals using strontium isotopes in teeth: the role of fallow deer (Dama dama) in Roman Britain. Antiquity, 80 : 948 - 959.