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Biography I have been a Research Associate at Durham University for several years, publishing legacy sites, teaching and undertaking research on a range of archaeological periods. More recently (2019-2022) I was Deputy and Reviews Editor for the Journal Antiquity. I am an experienced field archaeologist having worked for commercial units and undertaken research fieldwork.
My research experience has been diverse spanning a broad range of periods from the Mesolithic to post-Medieval, and covering a vast geographical area from Atlantic Scotland to the Near East. I have published research on the archaeology and material culture of the Byzantine & Late Antique worlds, identity and phenomenology in Roman Britain, Landscape archaeology of Bronze Age and Iron Age Scotland and the archaeology of Post-Medieval architecture in the UK.
Research Interests Archaeology of Landscape
Byzantine Archaeology
Classical Archaeology
Identity in Roman Britain
Historiography and the Perception of Monumentality
Late Bronze Age - Early Iron Age Scotland
Manipulation of Light in Ecclesiastical Architecture
Mesolithic in the North Atlantic
Phenomenology and Experience of Architecture and Landscape
The Geography of Ownership and Development of Archaeological Knowledge on Hadrian's Wall