We study a broad range of artefact types from prehistory to the contemporary past.
Our focus areas are the archaeology of commemoration, the inhabitation of religious and secular architectures, and the role of artefacts in the construction of social identities.
We work across the globe, with projects ongoing in East Africa, Southern Europe, East Asia and the Americas.
- Steve Ashby (Senior Lecturer)
- Mark Edmonds (Professor Emeritus)
- Dawn Hadley (Professor of Medieval Archaeology)
- Julian Richards (Professor of Archaeology)
- Jonathan Finch (Reader)
- Kate Giles (Senior Lecturer)
- Aimée Little (Lecturer in Early Prehistory, Material Culture & Experimental Archaeology)
- Aleksandra McClain (Senior Lecturer in Medieval Archaeology)
- John Schofield (Professor)
- Stephanie Wynne-Jones (Senior Lecturer in Archaeology, Deputy Head of Department)
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