• b.sillar@ucl.ac.uk
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  • Room B16
  • UCL Institute of Archaeology, 31-34 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PY UK

Bill Sillar

Research Interests

Research Directory Records

Other Projects

Educational Background:

  • BSc Institute of Archaeology, University of London. 1985
  • MSc Institute of Archaeology, UCL 1988
  • PhD Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge 1995

Current Students

  • Yvette Balbaligo Earthenware pottery from Ille Cave, Palawan, the Philippines: local change and regional connections (second supervisor Dorian Fuller)
  • Kirsten Halliday Imagery by default or design?: Artisan and State in Chimu and Chimu-Inka cloth and clay (second supervisors Renata Peters and Colin Peters BM)
  • Viviana Siveroni Household integration and population aggregation in Late Prehispanic Nasca (second supervisor Todd Whitelaw)

Second Supervisor

Recently submitted students

 Fernanda (Maria) Kalazich Cultural meanings and values  of the Likan Antai. The practise of archaeology through a participatory approach (principal supervisor Tim Schadla-Hall)

  • Meredith Wiggins Roman households: Space, status and identity (principal supervisor Andrew Gardner)
  • Virginia McRostie Agriculturization process in the Western Salty Basin of Atacama (2910BC-500AD). When, where, how and why? A research based on macro and micro botanical evidences. (principal supervisor Arlene Rosen)
  • Paolo Guarino Aspects of complexity in Arslantepe (principal supervisor Roger Matthews)
  • Bill Sillar

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