Prehistoric archaeology; wetlands, environmental change and human responses, landscapes of the North Sea Plain, the European beaver, anthropomorphic wooden figurines, the heritage management of wetlands.
About this Fellow
Archaeology and Art, Colonial and World Archaeology, Prehistory of Britain, Eurasian Prehistory
- Professor of European Archaeology, University of Oxford
- Professor of Archaeology, and Curator, Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford, University of Oxford, 1994 - 2006
- , Other Foreign Institutions, 1986
- Professor of European Archaeology, University of Oxford, University of Oxford, 2006
Human evolution: the evolutionary ecology of extinct hominins; the evolution of human behaviour and culture; prehistory and archaeology of early human populations; evolutionary theory in archaeology and anthropology.
The society, culture and landscape of early medieval England, especially the Church and parochial organisation; historical and archaeological sources and approaches
Medieval and social archaeology, particularly gender and religion; burial, magic and religious communities, including nunneries, monasteries, hospitals, Norwich Cathedral and Glastonbury Abbey