Tim BEACON

Carol Dery

Marketing and Communications Officer

cad22@aber.ac.uk

Aberystwyth University

Background

Following her undergraduate degree in archaeology, and research into food in the Roman period, Carol spent many years in publishing as editor, copy-editor, copy-writer and proofreader. Joining the Law Department at Aberystwyth University in 2011, her growing interest in marketing led to positions in Marketing & Student Recruitment and Digital Marketing, and she will shortly be completing an MSc in Marketing. She has previously worked in IBERS on low carbon energy (LCEE) and soils (PROSOIL) projects, before joining BEACON in 2016, where she manages marketing activities, communications, publications, social media and organises events, including workshops and conferences.

Publications

Dery, C. A. (2007). ‘Reading the Body: Materia Medica in the Founders’ Library’, in The Nature and Culture of the Human Body. Trivium 37 (ed. P. Mitchell), pp. 93-138.
Dery, C. A. (2000). ‘Milk and Dairy Products in the Roman Period’, in Milk: Beyond the Dairy. Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 1999 (ed. H. Walker), pp. 117-125.
Dery, C. A. (1998). ‘Fish as Food and Symbol in Ancient Rome’, in Fish: Food from the Waters. Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 1997 (ed. H. Walker), pp. 94-115.
Dery, C. A. (1997). ‘Food and the Roman Army: Travel, Transport and Transmission’, in Food on the Move. Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 1996 (ed. H. Walker), pp. 84-96.
Dery, C. A. (1996). ‘The Art of Apicius’, in Cooks and Other People. Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 1995 (ed. H. Walker), pp. 111-117.