Susan Oosthuizen has been involved in lifelong learning since 1985. An archaeologist, she directs programmes in the historic environment (landscape and garden history/ archaeology) at the Institute of Continuing Education at the University of Cambridge.
Her undergraduate degree in Archaeology and History was taken at the University of Southampton. She holds an MA from SOAS (University of London), and a PhD from the University of Cambridge, where her research on Anglo-Saxon landscapes bridged archaeology, history and historical geography.
She is attached to the University of Cambridge Department of Archaeology, a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London, a Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge, and a former President of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society.
Dr Oosthuizen also holds a PGCE (University of Cambridge) and has a strong interest in community engagement in higher education.
She is currently Vice-Chair of the Universities Association for Lifelong Learning (UALL), and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Her work has included numerous externally-funded outreach projects, and the direction of community education and outreach for the Institute (2005-8). She received a National Award for excellence in History Teaching in Higher Education in 2003.
Other titles by this author
- Tradition and Transformation in Anglo-Saxon England: Archaeology, Common Rights and Landscape. Bloomsbury Academic - Oosthuizen S.M. (2013)
- Cambridgeshire from the Air. Stroud: Sutton - Oosthuizen S.M. (1996)