Norah Moloney - Honorary Senior Lecturer
Norah Moloney received her MA in Prehistoric Archaeology and PhD in Palaeolithic Archaeology from the Institute of Archaeology. She has undertaken fieldwork in Portugal, France, Jordan, Kazakstan, and Armenia and has current projects based in Nagorno Karabagh and Spain. She works in collaboration with Andrew Garrard in Sakçagözü, Turkey, Katherine Wright in Wadi Feynan, and Sandra Olsen (Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, USA) on a Palaeolithic survey in Central Kazakhstan. She has also taught widely in archaeology at a number of universities.
- The Archaeology of Human Evolution
- Lithic analysis
- Lower/Middle Palaeolithic of Eurasia and Central Asia
- Early human settlement in the Old World