Jody Ineson, BSc
Membership Grade: Professional Member
I have a degree in Archaeological Science which covered subjects from textile conservation to forensics and paleopathology. My work history has included the information management of printed music and play scripts, historical photographs, ephemera and archaeological site records. I am a council member of my local historical society, and a church music coordinator and Justice & Peace officer. I have indexed a range of subjects for a general and academic readership including biography, literature and religious studies.
I can usually take work at short notice and am available during school holidays.
I have an Archaeological Sciences BSc(hons) degree, which included study in paleopathology, forensic and biomolecular archaeology and conservation. I worked on the Sites & Monuments Records for the National Trust and on the ‘Twixt Aire and Calder’ online project for Wakefield Council, becoming familiar with industrial archaeology cataloguing. I am a council member of Wakefield Historical Society, whose lecture series also covers a range of archaeological topics.
10 years’ experience in a music and drama library cataloguing and handling queries on a range of sheet music and text books, including orchestral and choral, popular music and performance theory. Many years’ experience of church music ministry organisation and performance.
Experience of a range of subjects including modern and classical plays, screenplays, pantomimes, Shakespeare and works in translation, also performance and staging theory, history and biography.
I have a working familiarity with a range of literature, including cataloguing classic and modern works of drama and dramatic theory, and indexing works on 19th century novels and poetry. I have an interest in graphic novels and genre books, and the academic study of works that are not usually subject to analysis.
I have indexed books on Christianity, including biographies, Christianity’s relationship to science and pacifism. I have many years’ experience of organising church music and Justice & Peace ministries and have helped organise a church library.
I have studied history and archaeological sciences, covering topics from Roman Britain to the History of Technology and have some field experience of excavation and landscape archaeology in Yorkshire. I have worked on the ‘Twixt Aire and Calder’ online project for Wakefield Council and am a member of the Council of my local historical society, which holds lectures on a wide range of local and national historical topics and organises participation in outreach events. I have indexed books covering social and technological history of Yorkshire.
I have a background in archaeological sciences, studying Roman Britain, World archaeology and the History of Technology. I am a council member my local historical society, which holds lectures on a wide range of local and national historical topics and organises participation in outreach events.
I have an Archaeological Sciences BSc(hons) Degree which covered topics including osteology, paleopathology forensic and biomolecular archaeology.
I have an Archaeological Sciences BSc (hons) Degree which including the study of osteology, paleopathology, forensic and evolutionary theory.
I have experience working in a music and drama library, cataloguing and handling a range of screenplays, film music and texts on cinema and acting theory. I have a keen amateur interest in genre films and set design.
Cataloguing And Classification
I have used and helped construct several different specialist catalogues of non-fiction books on drama and music, play scripts, and all types of sheet music.
Special Publication Type
I have 10 years’ experience in a music library cataloguing and handling queries on a range of sheet music including orchestral and choral sets, song albums and other instrumental music. Many years’ experience of using sheet music in vocal and instrumental performance.