Deborah J. Shepherd, Ph.D., has been an instructor of anthropology and archaeology at the University of Minnesota and Anoka-Ramsey Community College in Minnesota. A postdoctoral associate at the Center for Medieval Studies at the University of Minnesota, her notable published works include "Archaeology and the Social Meaning of Bearing Weapons in Anglo-Saxon Society before the Christian Conversion" published in _Ancient Warfare_, _Funerary Ritual and Symbolism: An Interdisciplinary Interpretation of Burial Practices in Late Iron Age Finland_ published by British Archaeological Reports, International Series, and _Daily Life in Arthurian Britain_ from Greenwood Press. She has excavated in Germany, Sweden, and at English sites in Hampshire and Cumbria. Shepherd has been named a Fulbright Scholar and holds degrees from Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; and University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
Ms. Shepherd's Editorial Services web site is found at www.writtenwordsolutions.me
Please see her other web sites at www.earlymedievalisles.com and umn.academia.edu/DeborahShepherd