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MemberEmma Dwyer

…Hon. Research Fellow, School of Archaeology & Ancient History, University of Leicester

Hon. Secretary of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology

Full Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (MCIfA)

Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)

Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London (FSA), member of the Society for Historical Archaeology, and Oral History Society….
…PhD in Historical Archaeology, University of Leicester, 2015

MA in Historical Archaeology, University of Bristol, 2003

BA (Hons) in Archaeology, University of Durham, 2002…
…As a member of PublicArchaeology2015. 2017. ‘Archaeology of Austerity: A Line Across London’. In LivingMaps Review No. 3.

2011. The impact of the railways in the East End 1835-2010: historical archaeology from the London Overground East London line. Museum of London Archaeology.

With A Birchenough, N Elsden and H Lewis, 2009 (rev, 2nd ed 2010). Tracks through time: archaeology and history from the East London Line Pro…

I develop research projects and studentships with collaborative partners in Higher Education and the wider archaeology sector for MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology), the only archaeology unit that is a UKRI Independent Research Organisation. I was previously Business Development Executive (Heritage) at the University of Leicester, developing collaborative research, consultancy, CPD (Continuing Professional Development) and contract research projects between organisations in the heritage sector and academic staff in the Schools of Archaeology & Ancient History, History, Arts, and Museum Studies. These knowledge exchange activities ensure that teaching and research into heritage and the historic environment continues to inform, and be informed by, professional practice. I undertook my PhD at Leicester’s Centre for Historical Archaeology, in the School of Archaeology & Ancient History, where I contributed to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in Historical Archaeology. Before coming to Leicester I was Senior Archaeologist in the Built Heritage department at MOLA and previously worked for archaeology units across Britain. I am a full Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (MCIfA), Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) and Hon. Secretary of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology.

MemberRob Collins

…Lecturer, Archaeology…
…WallCAP – Hadrian’s Wall Community Archaeology Project…

2008            PhD, Dept. of Archaeology, University of York

2001             MA Medieval Archaeology (with Distinction), Dept. of Archaeology, University of York
2000            BA Anthropology (cum laude), Dept. of Anthropology, SUNY Geneseo…
…Architecture on the Frontiers: Armies and their Architecture in Late Antiquity, Oxford: Oxbow
Haarer, F, Collins, R, Fitzpatrick-Matthews, K, Moorhead, S, Petts, D. & Walton, P. (eds.) 2014. AD 410: The History and Archaeology of Late and Post-Roman Britain, London: Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies Monograph
Collins, R. & McIntosh, F. (eds.) 2014. Life in the Limes: Studies of the people and objects of the Roman fro…

Rob is a lecturer in Archaeology in the School of History, Classics & Archaeology at Newcastle. Prior to joining Newcastle University, Rob was a Finds Liaison Officer for the Portable Antiquities Scheme.

MemberVanessa Muros

…I received a BA in Archaeology from Boston University and an MA in Archaeology from University College London. I then completed an MSc conservation at University College London focusing on the conservation of archaeological and ethnographic objects. I’m currently working towards my PhD at the Laboratory of Archaeometry, Univ. of the Peloponnese….

I am archaeological conservator specializing in the conservation of inorganic materials, mainly metals and glass.  My research interests are in the deterioration of archaeological materials and technical studies of archaeological objects. I am currently completing a PhD focusing on the technology and trade of Late Bronze Age glass in the Eastern Mediterranean and Aegean with a focus on material from sites on the periphery or outside palatial Mycenaean Greece. I also work as a conservator on several archaeological excavations and am currently working on projects in Greece and Peru.

MemberErin Averett

…B.A., Latin and Classical Archaeology, University of Georgia (1998)

M.A., Art History and Archaeology, University of Missouri (2000)

Ph.D., Art History and Archaeology, University of Missouri (2007)…
…Edited Books

Averett, E.W., Gordon, J.M., and D.B. Counts, eds. 2016. Mobilizing the Past for a Digital Future: The Potential of Digital Archaeology. Grand Forks: The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota.

Articles and Book Chapters

Averett E.W. Forthcoming. “Iron Age Terracotta Figurines in Cyprus,” in Iron Age II Figurines in the Southern Levant, edited by E. D. Darby and I.J. de Hulster. Leiden: Brill.

Ave…

Erin Walcek Averett is Associate Professor of Archaeology at Creighton University and Assistant Director of the Athienou Archaeological Project on Cyprus. She earned her Ph.D. in Classical Archaeology at the University of Missouri in the Department of Art History and Archaeology in 2007.  She specializes in early Greek art and archaeology and the archaeology of Cyprus, focusing on terracotta figurines in the Geometric and Archaic periods in the Eastern Mediterranean. Dr. Averett has traveled and excavated throughout the Mediterranean and was a fellow of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens in Greece from 2002-2004.  Other areas of interest include Greek and Cypriot religion, points of contact between the Near East and the Aegean, gender in the ancient world, and digital archaeology.  She also serves as Adjunct Curator of Antiquities at the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, NE.

MemberAadil Zubair

…Exposed Fragments, Buried Features: Evaluating the Surface Archaeology of Ahar. Ancient Asia.7

From the Known to the Unknown: Reappraising the Archaeological Landscape of the
Kali Nadi- Ganges Interfluve. Journal of History and Social Sciences. VI.

Ceramic Ethno-Archaeology: A Case Study of Kashmir. Proceedings of Indian
History Congress, Kolkata, pp. 1050-1061…

I am interested in studying the archaeological cultures of Northern India (Upper Gangetic Plains), especially ceramics. Apart from that my areas of interest include Landscape and Settlement Archaeology, Ethnoarchaeology, Geospatial studies and Heritage Management.

MemberScott Chaussee

…Chartered Institute for Archaeologists

Council of British Archaeology

Medieval Archaeology

International Society for Archaeological Prospection

Sussex Archaeology Society…
…[current] PhD Candidate, Institute of Archaeology, University College London, UK

MA Social Archaeology, University of Southampton, UK

BA Anthropology, University of Kansas, USA (Rock Chalk)

 

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My PhD thesis explores the development of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Sussex from Roman civitas to historically attested polity. Crucially, my work works on a multi-scalar basis to interrogate regionality in the material culture record and question the assumption that an early medieval ‘kingdom’ is archaeologically visible at all. I am currently an archaeologist with Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) in the Basingstoke office and am a practicing archaeological geophysicist.

MemberAli MOUSAVI

…Lecturer in Iranian archaeology…
…I studied history, art history, prehistory, and archaeology at the University of Lyon, France. I obtained my doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley….

My interests range from the history of archaeology, cultural heritage preservation, and museum studies to the art and archaeology of ancient Iranian empires, from the Achaemenids to the Sasanians. I am currently involved in the exploration of the World Heritage site of Pasargadae, the first dynastic site of the Persian empire in the sixth century B.C.

MemberKirsty Millican

…Affiliate Researcher, Archaeology…
…: As Scotland’s Historic Land-use Assessment project reaches completion what have we learned? In A. Traviglia (ed) Across Space and Time. Selected Papers from the 41st Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference (Perth, WA, 25-28 March 2013 ).

Graves McEwan, D. and Millican, K. 2012 In search of the middle ground: quantitative spatial techniques and experiential theory in archaeology. Journal of Archaeo…

I completed my PhD from the University of Glasgow titled ‘Contextualising the Cropmark Record: The timber monuments of Neolithic Scotland’ in 2009. From 2009-10 I held a short-term lectureship at the University of of Aberdeen and I am currently a Designations Officer at Historic Environment Scotland and Affiliate Researcher (Archaeology) at the University of Glasgow. I am co-director of the Lochbrow Landscape Project, an archaeological survey project investigating the sites and landscapes at and around Lochbrow in Dumfries and Galloway. My research interests include the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age of Scotland, timber monumentality and the use of wood to build monuments, aerial archaeology and the interpretation of cropmarks, relationships between humans and the environment in prehistory, landscape archaeology and the integration of experiential and GIS approaches. My publications cover themes of Neolithic Scotland, cropmark archaeology, experiential and landscape archaeology.

MemberJonathan Weiland

Jon’s research uses traditional classics scholarship, bioarchaeology and digital research methods, to investigate the darker aspects of the ancient world, topics like poverty, disease, slavery and violence.  His master’s thesis explored how malaria affected the landscapes of Roman Italy.  His dissertation focuses on the archaeology of what some refer to as the “Invisible Romans,” the people with the lowest socio-economic status in Italy, such as slaves and peasants.  His other projects include developing effective low-cost 3D modeling techniques for documenting archaeological evidence and using GIS to model ancient travel and exchange. Jon has worked for the Midwest Archaeological Center of the National Park Service, the Archaeological Mapping Lab at the University of Pennsylvania’s Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, and in Archaeological Collections at the Arizona State Museum.  He has participated in archaeological investigations in Italy, Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Mexico, Peru, and at several locations in the United States. In his free time Jon enjoys travel, photography, rambling conversation, excessively long walks and binge watching good TV.