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PGR Alumni

 

2020

Name

Thesis Title

Sam Nicholson Going global: Palaeoclimate of Arabia and Human Evolution.
Claire Nolan

Therapeutic Landscapes of Prehistory: Exploring the Therapeutic Value and Potential of Prehistoric Landscapes in the Present Day.

Charlotte Scull Foodways of religious women in Anglo-Saxon and Medieval England.

 

2019

Name

Thesis Title

Emily Carroll Burning by numbers: Cremation and cultural transitions in Late Iron Age and Roman Britain (100BC - AD 410).
Cecilia Collins The Palaeopathology of Maxillary Sinusitis, Otitis Media and Mastoiditis in Medieval Iceland.
Zoe Knapp The Zooarchaeology of the Anglo-Saxon Christian Conversion: Lyminge, a case study.
Candace McGovern " A Women’s World: A Bioarchaeological Approach to the Romano-British Female Life Course."
Mitchell Miranda A Study in the Interrelationships of Humans and Cattle in the Early Bronze Age Near East.
Monica Palmero Fernandez Recontextualising Temple Construction and Commemorative Practices: The Case of Inanna/Astar in Early Dynastic Mesopotamia ca. 2600-2350 B.C.
Carolina Rangel de Lima Lighting Up Lusitania: The role of lighting equipment in the social, economic and ritual practices of the people of Lusitania.
Sascha Valme Puberty and Adolescent Health in Post-Medieval England (1550-1850).

 

2018

Name

 Thesis Title 

Kirsten Barr Prehistoric avian, mammalian and H sapiens footprint-tracks from intertidal sediments as evidence of human palaeoecology.
Matthew Fittock Fragile Gods: Ceramic Figurines in Roman Britain.
Guido Guarducci Nairi Lands: The Identity of the Local Communities of Eastern Anatolia, South Caucasus and Periphery during the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age. A Reassessment of the Material Culture and Socio-Economic Landscape.
Owen Humphreys Craft, Industry and Agriculture in a Roman City: The Iron Tools from London.
Sara Machin Constructing Calleva: a multidisciplinary study of the production, distribution, and consumption of ceramic building materials at the Roman town of Silchester, Hampshire.

 

2017

Name

 Thesis Title 

Marialucia Amadio Architecture and Urbanisation in Bronze Age Cyprus: local and regional innovations in materials, technology and social representation.
Matthew Austin Anglo-Saxon 'Great Hall Complexes': Elite Residences and Landscapes of Power in Early England, c. AD 550-700.
Aroa Garcia Suarez Investigating Neolithic ecology and settlement networks in the Konya Plain.
Stella Kyrillidou Settlement form and high-resolution microhistory of houses in prehistoric Greek Macedonia.
Harriet Mahood The Medieval Monastic Entrance Complex in England: Design, Function and Context.
Simon Maslin The Landscape and Ecology of the Anglo-Saxon Conversion: a multi-proxy environmental and geoarchaeological contextualisation of the high-status settlement at Lyminge, Kent.
David Mudd People and ground stone tools in the Zagros Neolithic - economic and social interpretations of the assemblage from Bestansur, Iraqi Kurdistan.
Michael Simmonds Examining the relationship between environmental change and human activities at the dryland-wetland interface during the late upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic in south east England.
Daniel Young Holocene climate change in Southern Ireland.

 

2016

Name

 Thesis Title 

Sarah Elliott Investigating early animal management in the Zagros Mountains of Iran and Iraq: Integrating field and laboratory methods for the identification and analysis of ancient faecal material.
Ingrid Iversen Living in an Early Neolithic community. Investigation of the social structure of settlement by microartefactual analysis of spatial organisation of activities at Bestansur, Central Zagros and Boncuklu, Central Anatolia.
Georgia Koromila From Archaeological Sediments to Human Practice: a comparative geoarchaeological study of open areas in the Neolithic of northern Greece.
 Stephen Myers The Greater Walbrook Valley - the River Walbrook and Roman London.
 Alice Rogers Coastal Connections: The Archaeology of the British North Sea Coastline in the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age, 4000 - 1500 BC.
 Anna Rohnbogner  Dying young - a palaeopathological analysis of child health in Roman Britain.

 

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