Emily McBride holds a Master of Archaeology (2017) and a Bachelor of Archaeology from Flinders University (2014), as well as a Bachelor of Interior Archaeology (2010).
She works for WHC on a casual basis, specialising in palaeoenvironmental research and Indigenous archaeology. She also has experience in the documentation and excavation of historic buildings, and has worked as a volunteer on the Australian Aboriginal Collections Digitisation Project for the South Australian Museum.
Emily is a member of the Australian Archaeological Association and the Flinders University Archaeology Society.
Wallis, L.A. and E. McBride 2015 Preliminary Advice on the Sampling of Stick Nest Rat Middens, Central Pilbara, September 2015. Unpublished report prepared for BHP Billiton Iron Ore.
McBride, E. 2017 Amberat Middens and the Palaeoenvironmental Record of the Inland Pilbara, Western Australia. Unpublished March thesis, Department of Archaeology, Flinders University, Adelaide.