Christina Robinson

Project Coordinator and Research Assistant


My name is Christina Robinson and I undertook my BSc in Archaeology at Bournemouth University, which was followed by a successful career as a professional archaeologist for 11 years in the UK excavating and recording sites from the Mesolithic to WWII. I then moved to Canada to undertake my MA in archaeology, which employed three non-intrusive survey methods to identify potential dwellings at the Dorest Palaeoeskimo site of Phillip’s Garden, Port au Choix National Historic Site.

I have two roles in the CARRA project. First, I manage the day-to-day activities of the project, and second, I carry out some of the research, performing site surveys, literature reviews and report writing. Myself, Marc Storey and Ariel Pollard-Belsheim conducted the first field season of the CARRA project, on the Northern Peninsula in September 2013 visiting both the Port au Choix National Historic Site and L’Anse aux Meadows.


A view of Phillip’s Garden, the site is the grassy meadow nestled in the tuckamore to the left of the image.


An overview of the Norse settlement at L’Anse aux Meadows (the green patch in the right hand side of the foreground) and reconstructed buildings (above and to the left of original Norse settlement).

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