Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology
UCL, Malet Place
London WC1E 6BT
Tel: +44(0)20 7679 2882
- BA Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge
- MA Museum Studies, University of Leicester
- MPhil Egyptian archaeology, University of Cambridge
- PhD Egyptian archaeology, University of Cambridge
- Relationship between fieldwork and museums
- Disciplinary histories of archaeology, anthropology and Egyptology
- Histories of collections and museum archives
- Neolithic–Early Bronze Age Egypt and surrounding regions
- Nubian Archaeology
- Prehistoric figurines
- Archaeology and anthropology of ritual, aesthetics and emotion
- Archaeology of time
Stevenson, A. 2009. The Predynastic Egyptian Cemetery of el-Gerzeh. Social Identities and Mortuary Practices. Leuven: Peeters Publishers (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 186).
Hicks, D. and Stevenson, A. (eds.) 2013. World Archaeology at the Pitt Rivers Museum: A Characterization. Oxford: Archeopress.
Mairs, R. and Stevenson, A. (eds.) 2007. Current Research in Egyptology 2005. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Symposium. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
Stevenson, A. In preparation. Predynastic Egypt. In Insoll, T. (ed.). The Oxford Handbook of Prehistoric Figurines. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Stevenson, A. In preparation. Egyptian archaeology and the museum. In Gosden, C. (ed.) Oxford Handbook of Archaeology Online. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.
Stevenson, A. forthcoming. The object of study: Egyptology, anthropology and archaeology at the University of Oxford, 1860–1960. In Carruthers, W. (ed.) Histories of Egyptology: interdisciplinary measures. London: Routledge.
Stevenson, A. forthcoming. Locating a sense of immortality in early Egyptian cemeteries. In Renfrew, C., Boyd, M. and Morley, I. (eds) Death Has No Dominion: the archaeology of mortality and immortality. Cambridge.
Wengrow, D., Dee, M., Foster, S., Stevenson, A, and Bronk Ramsey, C. forthcoming. Cultural convergence in the Nile valley Neolithic: a prehistoric perspective on Egypt’s place in Africa. Antiquity
Stevenson, A. forthcoming. Between the field and the museum: archaeological context and finds distribution. Egyptian and Egyptological Documents Archives Libraries
Dee, M., Wengrow, D., Shortland, A., Stevenson, A., Brock, F., Flink, L. and Bronk Ramsey. C. 2013. An absolute chronology for Early Egypt using radiocarbon dating and Bayesian statistical modelling. Proceedings of the Royal Society A. 469 (2159).
Stevenson, A. 2013. Artefacts of excavation: the collection and distribution of Egyptian finds to museums, 1880–1915. Journal of the History of Collections doi: 10.1093/jhc/fht017
Stevenson, A. 2013. Predynastic burial rituals: citations and transformations. In Dann, R. and Exell, K. (eds.) Approaching Ancient Egypt. Ancient Histories and Modern Archaeologies. New York: Cambria Press.
Stevenson, A. 2013. ‘Labelling and cataloguing at every available moment’: W.S. Blackman’s collection of Egyptian amulets. Journal of Museum Ethnography 26, 138–149.
Stevenson, A. 2013. Egypt and Sudan: Mesolithic to Early Dynastic Period. In Hicks, D. and Stevenson, A. (eds) World Archaeology at the Pitt Rivers Museum: A Characterization. 60–89. Oxford: Archeopress. [also co-author of chapters on Japan and Mesoamerica]
Stevenson, A. 2012. The A-Group cemetery at Tunqala West. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 98, 225–248.
Stevenson, A. 2012. Egypt and Mesopotamia. In Crawford, H. (ed.) The Sumerian World. 618–634. London: Routledge.
Stevenson, A. 2012. ‘We seem to be working in the same line’: A.H.L.F Pitt-Rivers and W.M. Flinders Petrie. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology 22(1), 4–13.
Stevenson, A. 2012. An amateur’s prehistory: a view from James A. Swan’s South African collections. South African Archaeological Bulletin 67(195), 52–58.
Stevenson, A. 2012. Social complexity set in stone? The A-Group site of Afyeh. Sudan and Nubia 16, 13–19.
Stevenson, A. 2011 ‘Yours (unusually) cheerfully, Gordon’: R.B.K. Stevenson’s letters from Gordon Childe. Antiquity 85, 1454–1462.
Stevenson, A. 2011. Predynastic material culture. In Teeter, E. (ed.) Before the Pyramids: essays on earliest Egypt. 65–74. Chicago: Oriental Institute Museum Publications [also author of several catalogue entries].
Stevenson, A. 2009. Social relationships in Predynastic burials. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology . 95, 175–192.
Stevenson, A. 2009.Predynastic burials. In Wendrich, W. (ed.) UCLA Encyclopaedia of Egyptology, Los Angeles. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/2m3463b2
Stevenson, A. 2009. The Predynastic cemeteries of Abydos.Egyptian Archaeology . 34, 25–26.
Stevenson, A. 2009. Palette. In Wendrich, W. (ed.) UCLA Encyclopaedia of Egyptology, Los Angeles http://repositories.cdlib.org/nelc/uee/1069.
Stevenson, A. 2008. Ethnicity and migration? The Predynastic cemetery of el-Gerzeh. In Midant-Reynes, B., Tristant, Y., Rowland, J. and Hendrickx, S. (eds.) Origins 2: proceedings of the second international conference on Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt, Toulouse, France September 2005. 543–560. Leuven: Peeters Publishers.
Stevenson, A. 2008. Mace. In Wendrich, W. (ed.) UCLA Encyclopaedia of Egyptology, Los Angeles. http://repositories.cdlib.org/nelc/uee/1070.
Stevenson, A. 2008. Chapters 2 and 6. In Keene, S. (ed.) Collections for People: museums’ stored collections as a public resource. London: Institute of Archaeology UCL.
Stevenson, A. 2007. The aesthetics of Predynastic Egyptian burial: funerary performances in the 4th millennium BC. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 22(1), 75–91.
Stevenson, A. 2007. Introduction: the materiality of burial practices. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 22(1), 1–5.
Stevenson, A. 2007. The material significance of Predynastic and Early Dynastic palettes. In Mairs, R. and Stevenson, A. (eds.) Current Research in Egyptology 2005. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Symposium. 148–162. Oxford; Oxbow Books.
A Pioneer of Prehistory: Dorothy Garrod and the caves of Mount Carmel. Pitt Rivers Museum 18 September 2011–8 January 2012.