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Research topics

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PhD supervision at the Instititute of Archaeology covers a broad range of topics, and staff welcome proposals from prospective students. For a list of subjects currently being pursued by students at the IoA, please see the research student pages. For a list of staff research areas, please see the research tag system and academic staff profiles.

Research Degrees Awarded

Below are details of previous MPhil/PhD topics organised by the year in which the degree was awarded:

Degrees Awarded 2017

Archaeological Sciences

  • Silvia Amicone: Technological choices in Vinča culture pottery at the dawn of Metal Age
  • Meghan Banton: Diarrhoea, Dysentery and the Clap: Connecting the Soldiering Lifestyle to Literary and Skeletal Evidence of Reactive Arthritides Induced by Bacterial infections
  • Donna Harrison: An evaluation of the methods used in sex estimation
  • David Larreina Garcia: Copper and iron smelting traditions in Central China: Technological traditions in  the Daye County (Hubei)
  • Matthew Phelps: An investigation into technological change and organisational developments in glass production between the Byzantine and Islamic periods (7-12th centuries) focussing on evidence from northern Israel

Heritage Studies

  • Carol Lo Yun Chung: Art Museum as Learning Space: A discussion on the development of interest and learning identity
  • Jonathan Gardner: The archaeology of mega events in London 1851-2012
  • James Hales: Bats in churches: An objective assessment of perceived problems
  • Emma Payne: Cast from the antique: Revealing hidden archaeology
  • Beliz Tecirli: To what extent do the recent changes in Turkish regulations provide a practical, well specified and empirical framework for participatory planning in the management of archaeological sites

World Archaeology 

  • Oliver Boles: Pastoralist settlement and the anthropogenic savannah: the archaeo-ecology of Mili Sita, Kenya
  • Josef Briffa: The figural world of the Southern Levant during the Late Iron Age
  • Rosalind Broadley: A study of the distribution, form and context of Anglo-Saxon vessel glass in 7th - 11th Century England
  • Bruna Da Rocha: Ipi Ocemumuge: A regional archaeology of the upper Tapajos River
  • Nicky Garland: Territorial Oppida and the transforming landscape: How did settlement develop across South east Britain from BC300 - 100AD
  • Amy Maitland Gardner: Posture and Gesture in Ancient Maya Art and Culture: An Interdisciplinary Study
  • Thomas Williams: Landscape and warfare in Early Medieval Britain

Degrees Awarded 2016

Archaeological Sciences

  • Andrew Brown: The Ends of the Earth: Culture change in East Polynesia
  • Anastasya Cholakova: Networks of distribution at the margins of the Empire - late antique glass vessels from the Lower Danube region
  • Beatrijs de Groot: Ceramic assemblages as evidence of social interaction in Neolithic Anatolia, the Aegean and the Balkans
  • Ruth Fillery-Travis: Iron production in the Western Roman Empire: A diachronic study of technology and society based on two archaeological Sites
  • Mainardo Gaudenzi Asinelli: Manufacture and use of copper and copper-alloy artefacts in medieval Tuscia
  • Michele Massa: Networks before Empires: Cultural transfers in Anatolia during the third millennium BC
  • Mariya Masubuchi: Societies in Central Anatolia and diachronic changes in iron and steel production, 1650-550 BC in light of recent archaeological achievements and new metallurgical evidence at Kaman-Kalehoyuk
  • Tomos Proffitt: A technological analysis of the Oldowan and Developed Oldowan assemblages from Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
  • Rebecca Roberts: Late Bronze and Early Iron Age land use and subsistence strategies in Semirech'ye, Kazakhstan
  • Pira Venunan: An archaeometallurgical study of iron production in Ban Kruat, lower Northeast Thailand: technology and social development from the Iron Age to the Imperial Angkorian Khmer (fifth century BC- fifteenth century AD)

Heritage Studies

  • Nicole Deufel: 'Towards a Critical Heritage approach to interpretation and public benefit: comparative case studies of England and Germany
  • Jamie Larkin: Curating consumerisim: A study examining shops at museums and heritage sites and how these areas vistor experience and the representation of culture
  • Hana Morel: Archaeology in global cities: Exploring the Profession in London and New York City
  • Kerrie Pezzo: 'Weekend Warriors':Re-enactors, living historian, national narratives and the value of 'authenticity' in the US and UK
  • Dean Sully: Peoples based conservation: transcultural practice in the conservation of Hinemihi, the Maori meeting house in the UK
  • Felicity Winkley: More than Treasure Hunting: The Motivations and Practices of Metal Detectorists and their Attitudes to Landscape

World Archaeology 

  • Tatjana Beuthe: Seals and sealing practices in early administration in southwestern Asia and Egypt during the fourth to third millennium BC
  • Michael Brass: Reinterpreting chronology and society at the mortuary complex of Jebel Moya (Sudan)
  • Sirio Canos Donay: Historical landscapes of High Casamance: power, mobility, and sociopolitical change in southern Sengal
  • Matilda Duncker: Funerary monuments and the construction of commemorative landscapes in Mid-Nineteenth Century Britain
  • Gail Hammond: Ancient Maya settlement and the Alacranes Bajo: landscape and communities in the Three Rivers Region
  • Marina Milic: Obsidian exchange and Neolithic societies in the Balkans and the Aegean from the late 7th to 5th millennia BC
  • Andrea Squitieri: Stone vessels in the Near East during the Iron Age and the Persian period
  • Michelle Statton: Dress, adornment and identity in Late Iron Age and Roman Britain
  • Karl Walsh: Transmission of court lifestyles in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean

Degrees Awarded 2015

Archaeological Sciences

  • Emmy Bocaege: Childhood growth in the Neolithic: a detailed case study of Catalhoyuk
  • Tania Kausmally: William Hewson and the Craven Street Anatomy School
  • Eleanor Kingwell-Banham: Early rice agriculture in South Asia. Identifying early cultivation systems using archaeobotany
  • Siran Liu: Gold and Silver Production in the Imperial China: Technological choices in their social-economic and environmental settings
  • Anke Marsh: Domesticating the mountains: the palaeoecology of changing resource management during the Mid to early Holocene in southeast Anatolia and Kurdish Iraq
  • Stavriani Orfanou: Early Iron Age Greek Bronze Technology: Votive offerings from the temple of Thavlios Zeus at ancient Pherae, Thessaly
  • Alessio Palmisano: Spatial Approaches to the Political and Commercial Landscapes of the Old Assyrian Colony Period
  • Frederik Rademakers: Methodological approaches to reconstructing crucible metallurgy, from New Kingdom Egypt to Late Roman Bulgaria
  • Anna Spyrou: Animal procurement and processing in the Middle Epipalaeolithic of the Southern Levant : Zooarchaeological and ethnographic implications of animal nutrient storage and implications for social organization in the Eastern Jordanian steppe
  • Ying Zhang: Animal procurement in the Middle Neolithic of the Yangtze River Basin: Integrating the fish remains into a case-study from Tianluoshan

Heritage Studies

  • Veysel Apaydin: The presentation of the Past: pitfalls and potentials –  Education and archaelogy, heritage and local communities in Turkey - the case study of Catalhoyuk and Ani
  • Duygu Camurcuoglu: The wall paintings of Catalhoyuk (Turkey): Materials, technologies and artists
  • Victoria Donnellan: The role of collections of classical antiquities in UK regional museums
  • Renata Peters: Conservation as a champion for South American indigenous minorites' aspirations
  • Anna Maria Rossi: Making Archaeology Abroad. A postcolonial perspective in Malta
  • Niki Savvides: Balancing access and preservation at archaeological sites: The case of Herculaneum
  • Colin Sterling: Rethinking Heritage and Photography: Comparative Case Studies from Cyprus and Cambodia
  • Alia Wallace: Integrating presentation into holistic site management: a case-study from the Vesuvian region of Italy

World Archaeology 

  • Scheherazade Amin: The Archaeology of the Sesse Islands and their Contribution to the Understanding of Great Lakes Ceramics
  • Yvette Balbaligo: Ceramics and social practices at Ille Cave, Philippines
  • Diana Briscoe: The stamped wheel-turned pottery of fourth century Britain and its relationship to the stamped hand-made pottery of the Post-Roman period in Britain
  • Sushleela Crease: Rethinking ritual traditions: interpreting structured desposition in watery contexts in Late Pre-Roman Iron Age and RoTan Britain
  • Micol Di Teodoro: Labour Organisation in Middle Kingdom Egypt
  • Alex Mulhall: Animals and socio-economy in late Bronze to Iron Age Greece: a zooarchaeological perspective from Lefkandi, Euboea
  • Anna Panagiotou: A comparative approach to the decorated pottery of the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean

Degrees Awarded 2014

Archaeological Science

  • Eugenio Bortolini: An evolutionary and quantitive analysis of construction variation in prehistoric monumental burials of eastern Arabia
  • Kayan Ting: Ceramics of change and continuity: Productio, distribution, and economy of Elite Ceramics in the Maya Lowlands during the Classic to Postclassic Transition

Heritage Studies 

  • Trudie Cole: The value of archaeological education for primary school pupils Heritage
  • Elpida Dragasi: An investigation into the effectiveness of Greek legislation and policy in the protection of Cultural Heritage with particular reference to the 3028/2002 law
  • Peter Gould: Putting the past to work: Archaeology, community institions and economic development
  • Gaygysyz Jorayev: A comparative study of the role of heritage in Post-Soviet Central Asian nation-building

World Archaeology

  • Tessa Dickinson: A materials and landscape-based approach to royal mortuary architecture in early third millennium BC Egypt
  • Paolo Guarino: Aspects of complexity in Arslantepe
  • Simon Martin: The Classic Maya Polity: An Epigraphic Approach to Reconstructing a Pre-Hispanic Political System
  • Ahmed Mekawy Ouda: Weret-hekau "great of magic" in the religious landscape of ancient Egypt
  • Margarita Nazou: Defining the regional characteristics of Final Neolithic and Early Bronze Age pottery in Attica
  • Massimiliano Pinarello: An Archaeological Discussion of Writing Practise: Deconstruction of the Ancient Egyptian Scribe
  • Tessa Robinson:The cultural and social significance of knots amongst the Ancient Maya
  • Alessandra Salvin: House and household in Third Millennium Mesopotamian Society: Archaeological perspectives
  • Meredith Wiggins: Roman households: Space, status and identity

Degrees Awarded 2013

Archaeological Science

  • Cristina Castillo: The archaeobotany of Khao Sam Kaeo: Assessing the agriculture resource base and human occupation of a Late Prehistoric site on the Thai-Malay Peninsula
  • Enrico Crema: Spatial and temporal models of Jomon Settlement
  • Edwinus Lyaya: The geo-archaeometallurgy of ironworking in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania
  • Virginia McRostie: Formative with or without agriculture. A revaluation based on isotopic and microfossil evidences from the Western slope of the Atacama Puna, Northern Chile
  • Thomas Thondlana: Metal workers and smelting precincts: an archaeometallurgical investigation of copper production in the Northern Lowveld, South Africa, c. AD 700-1900
  • Wenli Zhou: The technology and organisation of zinc production in Chongqing, China during the Ming and Qing dynasties

Heritage Studies

  • Paul Burtenshaw: The Economic Captial of Archaeology: Measurement and Management for Preservation
  • Adi Keinan: Archaeological inventories, GIS and Conflicting Cultures in the Occipied West Ban
  • Effrosyni Nomikou A museological approach to numismatic exhibitions.An exhibition-makion ethnography in the Ashmolean Museum
  • Eleni Vomvyla Voicing the stories of the excluded: Albanian familes' history and heritage making at the crossroads of new and old homes
  • Johanna Zetterstrom Sharp Encounters of Culture, Heritage and Development in Sierra Leone
  • Brian Shottenkirk: Improvise, Adapt and Overcome. The Individual and Material Transformation in Conflict: The Great War (1914-18)

World Archaeology

  • Brigitte Balanda: Development of royal funerary traditions along the Middle Nile Valley during the Napatan Period
  • Sue Brunning: The 'Living' sword in Anglo-Saxon England and Scandinavia c.500-1100: An Interdisciplinary Study
  • Lesley Bushnell: The socio-economic implications of the distrubition of juglets in the eastern Mediterranean during the Middle and Late Bronze Ages
  • Nikolas Gestrich: The Archaeology of Social Organisation at Tongo Maare Diabal, Mali (c. AD 1000)
  • Robert Homsher: Constructing Urbanism: relating the construction of the Middle Bronze Age city to the process of urbanisation
  • Francesco Iacono: Opening the Sea Gates of Europe: Interaction in the Southern Adriatic Sea during Late Bronze Age
  • Elpida Kosmidou: Arms and armour in Greek coinage, c. 500-150 BC. Military, historical, socio-political and symbolic aspects
  • Kristin Leith: Expressions of Gender in the Middle and Late Broze Age Mortuary Data of the Aegean
  • Martin Locker: Landscapes of Pilgrimage in Medieval England
  • Jay Rees: Settlement Patterns in Roman Galicia from 27 BC - AD 409
  • Michael Shapland: Towers of Lordship: Tower-Nave churches in society and landscape of Early Medieval England

Degrees Awarded 2012

Archaeological Science

  • Roseleen Bains: The social significance of Neolithic stone bead technologies at Çatalhöyük, Turkey
  • Maria Dikomitou: Ceramic production, distribution and social interaction: an analytical approach to the study of Early and Middle Bronze Age pottery from Cyprus
  • Scott Haddow: Assessing biological relationships in an Early Christian Cemetery in the Dakleh Oasis, Egypt, using dental morphology and mortuary data
  • Alice Hunt: And I called them Assyrians: an archaeological and archaeometric analysis of Neo-Assyrian palace ware
  • Xiuzhen (Janice) Li: Standardisation and labour organisation in the Bronze Weapons of the Terracotta Warriors from the Qin Dynasty, China
  • Leilani Lucas: Exploring archaeobotanical contributions in Prehistoric Cyprus
  • Miljana Radivojevic: On the origins of metallurgy in Europe: metal production in the Vinca culture
  • Min Yin: The earliest high-fired glazed ceramics in China: scientific studies of the proto-porcelains from Zhejiang during the Shang and Zhou periods (c. 1700-221 BC)

Heritage Studies

  • Chiara Bonacchi: Communicating Archaeology: from trends to policy. Public perceptions and experience in the changing media environment
  • Dimitra Christidou: Does 'pointing at' in museum exhibitions make a point? Research of visitors' embodied responses and their use in measuring participation and meaning-making
  • Mike Galer: Shaping 'Cultural' identity and ethnicity: Roman Auxilia serving the Northern military zone of Britannia and a critical examination of their representation in museums
  • Paul Harrison: Profane Egyptologists: lineage, legacy and cultural incorporation
  • Hilary Orange: Cornish mining landscapes: public perceptions of industrial archaeology in post-industrial society
  • Anastasia Sakellariadi: Archaeology for the people? Greek Archaeology and its Public, if there is one: an Analysis of the Sociopolitical and Economic Role of Archaeology in Greece from the Foundation of the Modern Greek State (1830) to the Present
  • Jane Sarre: Communities of memory: an analysis of the influence of participation and trust on the visual culture of diversity in city history galleries

World Archaeology

  • Stefano Biagetti: Ethnoarchaeology of pastoralism in arid lands: a particularistic approach
  • Ken Marks: Archaeology of Anglo-Jewry 1656-1880
  • Elisa Perego: The construction of personhood in Veneto between the Late Bronze Age and the early Roman period
  • Rebecca Rennell: Exploring places and landscapes of everyday experience in the Outer Hebridean Iron Age: a study of theory, method and application in experiential archaeology
  • Mary Shepperson: The use and meaning of light in Ancient Mesopotamian cities

Degrees Awarded 2011

Archaeological Science

  • Lorna Angulano: Roman silver production at Rio Tinto: the case study of Corta Lago
  • Bastian Asmus: 12th Century copper production in the Harz Mountains, Northern Germany
  • Brenna Hassett: Changing World, Changing Lives: Enamel Hypoplasia and Child Health in Post Medieval London
  • Elizabeth Henton: Herd management and the social role of herding at Neolithic Çatalhöyük: an investigation using oxygen isotope and dental microwear evidence in sheep
  • Louise Iles: Technology, Society and 'Tradition': reconstructing the iron industries in Bunyoro-Kitara
  • Charlene Murphy: Pompeii, A changing city: The archaeobotanical analysis of Regio VI Insula I, Pompeii Italy
  • Alice Paterakis: The formation of acetate corrosion on Bronze Art and Antiquities: recommendations for conservation, storage and exhibition
  • Carolyn Rando:  Human behavior and the temporomandibular joint
  • Isabel Rivera-Collazo: Between land and Sea in Puerto Rico: climate, coastal landscapes and human occupations in the Mid-Holocene Caribbean
  • Ruth Scheidhauer: Cultural heritage interpretation and policy in Kaesong: The possibilities for Inter-Korean rapprochement through shared cultural heritage
  • Melina Smirniou: Investigation of Late Bronze Age primary glass production in Egypt and the Eastern Mediterranean
  • Jixiang Song: The Agricultural economy during the Longshan period: An archaeobotanical perspective from Shandong and Shanxi
  • Nancy Tang: Visible root dentine translucency and its correlation to chronological age at death in archaeological human remains
  • Velissaria Vanna: How different was life in a Hellenistic town to 20th century Greek urban life? A biological approach
  • Phillipa Walton: An applied numismatic analysis of the PAS Roman coin data
  • Hua Wang: Animal subsistence of the Yangshao period in the Wei River Valley, with a focus on Wayaogou Site in Shaanxi province

Heritage Studies

  • Lesley Action: A perspective of urban agriculture: the allotment movement in North East Greater London 1900-2010
  • James Doeser: Archaeology and the State: an analysis of English Public Policy
  • Vassiliki Kyriakopoulou: Popular interpretation of Bronze Age sites in Greece
  • Phillipa Laurenson: Conservation and management of time-based media works of Art
  • Isabel Medina Gonzalez: Nineteenth-century three-dimensional representations of Mesoamerica: exhibitions of Mesoamerican cultures in Britain, the United States, France and Mexico, 1800-1900
  • Kimberley Te Winkle: Monuments and Voices: cultural resource management in Tibetan Sichuan
  • Amara Thornton: British Archaeologists, Social Networks and the Emergence of a Profession: The Social History of British Archaeology in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East 1870-1939

World Archaeology

  • Despina Angelakou: Hellenistic relief sculpture from northern Greece
  • Gareth Brereton: The social life of human remains: burial rites and the accummulation of capital during the transition from Neolithic to urban societies in the Near East
  • Joanne Cutler: Production systems & social dynamics: a cross-media approach to "Minoanisation" in the Southern Aegean in the Second Millennium BC
  • Sophy Downes: The aesthetics of Empire in Athens and Persia
  • Jonathan Eagles: The reign, culture and legacy of Stephen cel Mare, voivode of Moldova: a study of ethnosymbolism in the Romanian societies
  • Angus Graham: Ports and Harbours in Pharaonic Egypt: an investigation into their location, physical nature and the activities and people therein
  • Carolyn Graves-Brown: The ideological significance of flint in Dynastic Egypt
  • Elisabeth Pamberg: The socio-cultural context of the production, distribution and use of African red slip ware, AD 100 - 700
  • Susan Poole: Gender roles and relations in the Aegean Bronze Age interpreted from the gestures, postures and inter-relational placement depicted in the imagery of frescoes, glyptics and three-dimensional artefacts
  • Anna Razeto: Imperial structures and urban forms: a comparative study of capital cities in the Roman and Han Empires
  • Dorella Romanou: Co-residental group composition and the spatial design of residences: an investigation using the ethnographic and archaeological records
  • Jennifer Wexler: Copper and Bronze Age rock-cut tombs in Western Sicily: a Landscape approach

Degrees Awarded 2010

Archaeological Science

  • Maria Cardoso: The Gesso layers on Portuguese Baroque altarpieces
  • Kate Emery: A re-examination of variability in handaxe form in the British Palaeolithic
  • Christine Henshaw: Early Islamic ceramic and glaze technology at Akhsiket, Uzbekistan
  • Virpi Holmqvist: Ceramics in transition: a comparative analytical study of late Byzantine- early Islamic pottery in southern Transjordan and the Negev
  • Jane Humphris: An archaeometallurgical investigation of iron smelting traditions in Southern Rwanda
  • Eric McCann: The ceramics of Faras, Qustul, Ballana and Qasr Ibrim: a re-appraisal of pottery production and consumption in Lower Nubia during the Meroitic period
  • Alison Weisskopf: Vegetation, agriculture and social change in Late Neolithic China: a phytolith study

Heritage Studies

  • Georgios Alexopoulos: Mount Athos: contemporary cultural heritage management on the Holy Mountain monasteries
  • Bonnie Hewson: Performing Arts Archives in Britain: an Exploration of Purpose, Use and Value

World Archaeology

  • John Giblin: Pre-Colonial archaeology in Rwanda: continuity and variation in the Iron Age
  • Birger Helgestad: Power negotiations and distributions of knowledge: glyptic iconographies and visual media strategies in late fourth millenium BC western Asia
  • Quetta Kaye: Material culture of drug use/social dynamics of power in the prehistoric Caribbean
  • Steve Markofsky: Illuminating the Black Sands: survey and settlement in the Bronze Age Murghab Delta, Turkmenistan
  • Ann Merriman: Quantification of ancient Egyptian funerary boat models
  • Hae Woon Park: The structuration of complexity in Ancient Korea: the Rise of Ancient States in the Nakdong River Basin from the 2nd BC to the 6th Century AD
  • Gary Robinson: The Spatial and Social Production of the Later Prehistoric Landscape of the Isles of Scilly
  • Maria Dolores Tobias: Ritual change at the end of the Maya Classic Period: a study of incense burners from the Southern Lowlands

Degrees Awarded 2009

Archaeological Science

  • Meriel McClatchie: Arable agriculture and social organisation: a study of crops and farming systems in Bronze Age Ireland
  • Aude Mongiatti: Assaying and smelting noble metals in sixteenth century Austria: a comparative analytical study
  • Peter Popkin: The society and economy of Iron Age Transjordan: a contextual zooarchaeological analysis
  • Oliver Pryce: Copper production and technological reproduction in the Khao Wong Prachan Valley of central Thailand
  • Andrew Shapland: Over the horizon: human-animal relations in Bronze Age Crete
  • Isabel Villasenor-Alonso: Lowland Maya Lime Plaster Technology: a Diachronic Approach

Heritage Studies

  • Marilena Alivizatou: At the limits? Intangible heritage and the new museum: an ethnography of comparative museology in the UK, France, New Zealand, Vanuatu and USA
  • Akira Matsuda: Engaging with archaeology: a study of the relationship between local people and the excavation of the so-called “Villa of Augustus” in Somma Vesuviana, Italy
  • Sarah McCarthy: Excavating Fictions: perceptions and awareness of archaeology and the implications for archaeological resource management and use
  • Gabriel Moshenska: Archaeology and memory of the Second World War

World Archaeology

  • Fiona Haughey: Prehistory within a "difficult" landscape: the Mesolithic and Neolithic of the urban tidal Thames
  • Christophe Helmke: Ancient Maya Cave Usage: inferences from archaeological analyses of ceramic consumption and discard patterns in the Roaring Creek Valley, Belize
  • Sada Mire: Contextualizing religion, landscape and sacred fertility in the Horn of Africa: the ideological significance of the site of Aw-Barkhadle in Somaliland
  • Tobias Richter: Marginal Landscapes? The Azraq Oasis and the cultural landscapes of the final Pleistocene Levant
  • Peter Schauer: Cultural evolution in the Age of Athens: drift and selection in Greek Pottery
  • Monika Steinel: A case study of the German Archaeologist Herbert Jankuhn (1905 - 1990)
  • Geoffrey Tassie: The Social and Ritual Contextualisation of Ancient Egyptian hair and hairstyles from Protodynastic to Old Kingdom

Degrees Awarded 2008

Archaeological Science

  • Anna Clement: Tooth Wear Patterns in Neanderthals and Early Modern Humans
  • Claire Cohen: Silver production in Porco-Potosi, Boliva
  • Fatma Marii: Glass, glass cakes and tesserae from the Petra Church in Petra, Jordan
  • Ben Samphire: Minds in Prehistory: conceptual issues in the archaeology and evolution of mind

Heritage Studies

  • Zaki Aslan: The Design of Protective Structures for the Conservation and Presentation of Archaeological Sites
  • Hannah Cordts von Löwis of Menar: The role of the ancient past in the creation/formation of national identities: middle school history education in Bavarian and Saxony between 1945 and 2000
  • Kalliopi Fouseki: Conflict resolution in the management of the In Situ Museums
  • Tatiana Koussoulou: Photodegradation inhibitors for the protection of historic silks in the museum environment
  • Konstantina Liwieratos: The competitive advantage strategy in cultural heritage management
  • Catherine Pearson: Curators, Culture and Conflict: the effects of the Second World War on Museums in Britain, 1926-1965
  • Ioannis Poulios: Living sites: the past in the present - the monastic centre of Meteora, Greece
  • Caroline Sandes: The conservation and presentation of fragmentary archaeological features in modern urban contexts: post-war redevelopment in London, Berlin and Beirut
  • Jacqueline Zak: Boundaries and 'trading zones' between conservation and archaeology

World Archaeology

  • Cesar Astuhuaman: The organisation of the Inca Provinces within the Highlands of Piura, Northern Peru
  • Sarah Byrne: Practice and Memory: A Social Interpretation of Uneapa Island's stone features in a long-term context
  • Kuang-Jen Chang: Social use and value of trade ceramics: an analysis of mortuary practices in Calatagan, Southwest Luzon, the Phillipines
  • Louise Cooke: Approaches to the conservation and management of earthen architecture in archaeological contexts 
  • Sarah De Nardi: Revisiting the sacred landscapes of Northeast Italy between the 8th century BC and the 2nd Century BC
  • Rachel Fentem: 'Orientalia' in the Aegean: dynamics, reception and impact from the Early Bronze Age to the Archaic period
  • Jennifer John: Postclassic iconography at Lamanai, Belize, Central America
  • Anthi Kaldelis: Roman amphorae in Cyprus: integrating trade and exchange in the Mediterranean
  • Helen Leaf: English Medieval bone flutes c. 450 - c. 1550 AD
  • Duncan McAndrew: Catalyst and constraints of castle building in Suffolk, c. 1066 - 1200 AD
  • Wendy Monkhouse: Forms of ancient Egyptian knowledge: studies in transmission
  • Sam Nixon: The archaeology of Essouk-Tadmekka: new data and a new methodology for the study of medieval trans-Saharan trading centres of West Africa

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