Techniques, subjects and themes
Agriculture | Archaeobotany | Archaeological Survey | Archaeological Theory | Art History | Artefact Analysis | Audio-visual media | Biological Anthropology | Buildings | Community Archaeology | Conflict Archaeology | Conservation | Cultural Heritage | Dendrochronology | Empires | Environment & Climate | Evolutionary Theory | Experimental | Field | Forensic | Geoarchaeology | GIS | History of Archaeology | Human Evolution | Hunting & Herding | Landscape | Lithic Analysis | Materials Analysis | Mathematical Modelling | Museum Studies | Photography | Production & Exchange | Public Archaeology | Public Engagement | Ritual & Religion | Site Management | States & Urbanism | Statistical Analysis | Zooarchaeology
The Institute has a number of staff working in the Pacific region (Oceania) and collaborations with those working on Pacific material culture in UCL’s Department of Anthropology and UCL Museums and Collections. Institute members of staff and research students have undertaken fieldwork in Fiji, Papa New Guinea, and Tonga and currently the department has a major project in Rapa Nui (Easter Island). We have an interest in cross-Pacific patterns as well as fine-grained studies of Pacific materials, aesthetics, and the archaeology of Pacific landscapes.
- Pacific Islands Research Network (IoA network)