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Elizabeth Ellen Peacock

Professor

Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
Professor
Academic degree: Doctor
elizabeth.peacock@conservation.gu.se
+46 31 786 4712

Postal Address: Box 130, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Guldshedsgatan 5 , 41320 Göteborg


Department of Conservation (More Information)
Box 130
405 30 Göteborg
www.conservation.gu.se
conservation@conservation.gu.se
Fax: +46 31 786 4703

Visiting Address: Guldhedsgatan 5a , 405 30 Göteborg

About Elizabeth Ellen Peacock

BA, MAC, PhD, FIIC

Teaching areas
- Care of museum collections
- Preservation and management of archaeological sites
- Nature, technology and deterioration of archaeological materials
- Archaeological conservation
- Research conservation
- Textile science

Research areas
- Taphonomy and diagenesis of organic archaeological materials
- Preservation and management of archaeological sites
- Conservation of organic archaeological materials
- Conservation education

Recent publications

Academic
• Peacock, E.E. (in press). Making some sense of collection surveys, assessments and plans. Journal of Cultural Heritage Conservation.
• Peacock, E.; Bergstrand, T.; Nyström Godfrey, I.; Björdal, C.; Bohm, C.; Christensson, E.; Gregory, D.; MacLeod, I.; Nilsson, T.; Richards, V.; Turner-Walker, G. (in press). The Marstrand Reburial Project - overview, phase I and future work. PARIS3 Preserving Archaeological Remains in Situ. Geoarchaeological and Bioarchaeological Studies. Amsterdam: Vrije University.
• Turner-Walker, G. and Peacock, E.E. (in press). Preliminary results of bone diagenesis in Scandinavian bogs. Journal of Paleogeography, Paleoclimate and Paleobiology.
• Peacock, E.E. and Turner-Walker, G. (in press). Reburial and Analysis of Archaeological Remains (RAAR): Investigation of the effects of burial on non-wood organic materials. Preliminary results. Proceedings of the 10th ICOM Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Conference, Amsterdam.
• Turner-Walker, G.; Peacock, Elizabeth E.; Gilbert, M.T.P. and Koon, H.E.C. (in press). An experimental study of morphological and chemical degradation of bone in wetlands: potential for DNA extraction and amplification. PARIS3 Preserving Archaeological Remains in Situ. Geoarchaeological and Bioarchaeological Studies. Amsterdam: Vrije University.
• Peacock, E.E. (2007). Contribution of x-radiography to the conservation and study of textile-leather composite archaeological footwear recovered from the Norwegian Arctic. X-radiography for Textile Studies and Conservation: Techniques, Applications and Interpretation, S O’Connor and MM Brooks (Eds.). London: Elsevier Science.
• Peacock, E.E. (2007). Archaeological textiles intimately associated with human remains – where is the dilemma? NESAT IX Archäologische Textilfunde - Archaeological Textiles. Ennenda: Archeo Tex (12-16).
• Vuissoz, A, Worobey, M, Odegaard, N, Bunce, M, Machado, CA, Lynnerup, N, Peacock, EE. and Gilbert, MTP (2007).The survival of PCR-amplifiable DNA in cow leather. Journal of Archaeological Science 34(5):823-829.
• Peacock, E.E. (2006). Book Reviews. Japanning in Sweden 1680s-1790s: Characteristics and Preservation of Orientalized Coatings on Wooden Surfaces. Göteborg Studies in Conservation 11. Maria Brunskog. Studies in Conservation 2006; 51(2):158-160.
• Peacock, E.E. (2005). The Biodeterioration of textile fibres in wet archaeological contexts with implications for conservation choices. Incontri di Restauro 4. Trento: Provincia Autonoma di Trento (46-61) [in Italian 24-45].
• Peacock, E.E. (2005). Introduction. Incontri di Restauro 4. Trento: Provincia Autonoma di Trento (17-19) [in Italian 20-22].
• Peacock, E.E. (2005). Investigation of conservation methods for a textile recovered from the American Civil War submarine H.L. Hunley (1864). Proceedings of the 9th ICOM Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Conference, P Hoffmann K Strætkvern, JA Spriggs, and D Gregory (Eds.). Bremerhavn: WOAM (497-512).
• Peacock, E.E. (2005). Conservation of severely deteriorated wet archaeological leather recovered from the Norwegian Arctic. Preliminary results. Proceedings of the 9th ICOM Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Conference, P Hoffmann, K Strætkvern, JA Spriggs, and D Gregory (Eds.). Bremerhavn: WOAM (565-578).
• Peacock, E.E., Bergstrand, T, Björdal, CG, Nilsson, T, Bohm, C, Christensson, E, Gregory, D, Nyström, I, Peacock, E, Turner-Walker, G, Richards, V and MacLeod, I (2005). Reburial as a method of preserving archaeological remains. A presentation of the Marstrand Project. Proceedings of the 9th ICOM Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Conference, P Hoffmann, K Strætkvern, JA Spriggs, and D Gregory (Eds.). Bremerhavn: WOAM (9-39).
• Peacock, E.E. (2004). Moseforsøg – the next generation. Priceless Inventions of Humanity – Textiles, J Maik (Ed.). Acta Archaeologica Lodziensia Nr. 50/1. ¿ódz: Polish Academy of Sciences (185-193).
• Peacock, E.E. and Turner-Walker, G (2004). Building for a new millennium: monitoring for the first 10 years? Preserving Archaeological Remains In-situ? T Nixon (Ed.) London: Museum of London Archaeology Service (65-71).

Popular

• Peacock, E.E. (in press). Ta vare på dine gamle gjenstander: tepper og matter / Take care of your heirlooms. Carpets and rugs. SPOR 23(1) [in Norwegian].
• Peacock, E.E. (2007). Ta vare på dine gamle gjenstander: gamle fotografier / Take care of your heirlooms. Photographs on metal and glas. SPOR 22(2) [in Norwegian].
• Peacock, E.E. (2006). Ta vare på dine gamle gjenstander: gamle bøker / Take care of your heirlooms. Books. SPOR 21(1), 48-51, [in Norwegian].
• Peacock, E.E. (2005). Menneskets første kunststoff: egyptisk fajanse / Man’s first synthetic material: Egyptian faience. SPOR 20(2), 20-23, [in Norwegian].
• Peacock, E.E. (2004). Havbunn – fremtidens lagringsplass for marinarkeologiske gjenstander? / The seabed – the furture store for marine archaeological finds? SPOR 19(2), 34-37, [in Norwegian].

Latest publications

The Postgraduate Research Methods Course in Conservation: The Practical Approach Taken at the University of Gothenburg
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
European Network for Conservation-Restoration - Symposium 15-16 April 2016. CeROArt [Online] – Conservation, exposition, restauration d'objets d'arts , Conference paper 2017
Conference paper

The nature of archaeological textiles
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
KONS4036 Konservering av organisk materiale I, University of Oslo, December 2016, Other 2016
Other

Chemistry and physics of textile materials
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
KONS4036 Konservering av organisk materiale I, University of Oslo, December 2016, Other 2016
Other

Conservation of archaeological textiles in the field
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
KONS4036 Konservering av organisk materiale I, University of Oslo, December 2016, Other 2016
Other

Conservation of archaeological textiles
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
KONS4036 Konservering av organisk materiale I, University of Oslo, December 2016, Other 2016
Other

Microscopy and identification of textile fibres
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
KONS4036 Konservering av organisk materiale I, University of Oslo, December 2016, Other 2016
Other

Review. Vibeke Martens: Preserving Rural Settlement Sites in Norway? Investigations of Archaeological Deposits in a Changing Climate
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
Vibeke Martens PhD Defense, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 26 Oct 2016. Geoarchaeological and Bioarchaeological Studies., Other 2016
Other

WP4 Climate and Preservation Perspectives from Artefact Taphonomy
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
SPARC Seminar, National Museum of Denmark, June 2016, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Nordplus Kumla Project: student evaluations
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
Public engagement in conservation as part of academic and professional growth in Nordic conservation education, Oslo, January 2016, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Nordplus Kumla Project: student evaluations
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
Public engagement in conservation as part of academic and professional growth in Nordic conservation education, Gothenburg, May 2016, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

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2017

The Postgraduate Research Methods Course in Conservation: The Practical Approach Taken at the University of Gothenburg
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
European Network for Conservation-Restoration - Symposium 15-16 April 2016. CeROArt [Online] – Conservation, exposition, restauration d'objets d'arts , Conference paper 2017
Conference paper

2016

The nature of archaeological textiles
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
KONS4036 Konservering av organisk materiale I, University of Oslo, December 2016, Other 2016
Other

Chemistry and physics of textile materials
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
KONS4036 Konservering av organisk materiale I, University of Oslo, December 2016, Other 2016
Other

Conservation of archaeological textiles in the field
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
KONS4036 Konservering av organisk materiale I, University of Oslo, December 2016, Other 2016
Other

Conservation of archaeological textiles
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
KONS4036 Konservering av organisk materiale I, University of Oslo, December 2016, Other 2016
Other

Microscopy and identification of textile fibres
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
KONS4036 Konservering av organisk materiale I, University of Oslo, December 2016, Other 2016
Other

Review. Vibeke Martens: Preserving Rural Settlement Sites in Norway? Investigations of Archaeological Deposits in a Changing Climate
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
Vibeke Martens PhD Defense, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 26 Oct 2016. Geoarchaeological and Bioarchaeological Studies., Other 2016
Other

WP4 Climate and Preservation Perspectives from Artefact Taphonomy
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
SPARC Seminar, National Museum of Denmark, June 2016, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Nordplus Kumla Project: student evaluations
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
Public engagement in conservation as part of academic and professional growth in Nordic conservation education, Oslo, January 2016, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Nordplus Kumla Project: student evaluations
Elizabeth Ellen Peacock
Public engagement in conservation as part of academic and professional growth in Nordic conservation education, Gothenburg, May 2016, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Showing 1 - 10 of 104

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