Mr Ken Jukes, MA (Cantab.)
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
After several trial careers in the Army, various management roles and working as an off-road Driving Instructor for Land Rover as well as others; Ken left those former worlds behind him and went to Iceland to learn (medieval) Icelandic at the University of Rekjavík.
During the mid-1990s Ken returned to England to read for the Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Tripos at Girton College, Cambridge and after post-graduate study in Archaeology at Oxford, Ken had a time working in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford, and then took-up a Research Assistant post in the Department of Coins & Medals at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
In July 2000, Ken moved to Durham and worked as a Senior Research Associate as part of a fieldwork and editorial team on a previously AHRC funded research project located in the Archaeology Department called the CORPUS OF ANGLO-SAXON STONE SCULPTURE, and now he is the Faculty Web Officer for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
The archaeology and history of the Vikings (in England and abroad).
The archaeology and history of Anglo-Saxon England.
British WW2 irregular forces and their edged weapons and insignia.