Madaline Harris-Schober


Archaeologist

Madaline Harris-Schober is an Archaeologist and PhD candidate from the University of Melbourne and Ludwig Maximilians Universität Munich with substantial archaeological field and lab experience both in Australia and overseas. Madaline has a wide array of skills including excavation, artefact inventory, archaeological survey, archaeological recording and illustration, object and site photography, archaeological data auditing, site identification and GIS competency. Madaline has worked on a variety of historical and CHMP excavations, such as the Metro Tunnel project, Little Lonsdale VU tower and LaTrobe Street excavations. Madaline’s overseas work includes field supervisory roles in Israel-Palestine with Pennsylvania State University, W.F Albright Institute of Archaeological Research, Bar-Ilan University of Tel Aviv and the University of Melbourne working on an array of sites from the Late Bronze to the Roman period.

Madaline’s formal qualifications are:

• Bachelor of Arts (Honours), The University of Melbourne
• PhD Candidate, The University of Melbourne and Ludwig Maximilians Universität Munich
• Membership of the Australian Archaeological Association Inc. (AAA)
• Membership of American Schools of Overseas Research (ASOR)
• Membership of Mediterranean Australasian Archaeological Research Community (MAARC)
• Membership of the Australian Archaeological Institute in Athens (AAIA)