Professor Graeme Barker FBA

Archaeology, Prehistory, Landscape Archaeology, Neanderthals and Modern Humans, Origins of Agriculture

Elected 1999

UK Fellow
1999
CBE FBA FSA FRGS
Archaeology

Current post

Disney Emeritus Professor of Archaeology and Senior Research Fellow, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge

Past appointments

The University of Sheffield Lecturer, Senior Lecturer in Prehistoric Archaeology

Jan 1970 -

Unknown Unknown Director, British School at Rome

Jan 1970 -

University of Leicester Professor of Archaeology

Jan 1970 -

University of Leicester Disney Professor of Archaeology, Head of Department of Archaeology, and Director of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge

Jan 1970 -

University of Leicester Graduate Dean and Professor of Archaeology , University of Leicester

Jan 1970 -

The University of Sheffield Pro-Vice-Chancellor

Jan 1970 -

University of Cambridge Disney Emeritus Professor of Archaeology and Senior Research Fellow, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research

Jan 1970 -

Publications

Why Cultivate? Archaeological and Anthropological Approaches to Foraging-Farming Transitions in Island Southeast Asia 2011

Prehistoric farming in Europe 1985

A Mediterranean valley: landscape archaeology and Annales history in the Biferno valley 1995

Farming the desert: the UNESCO Libyan valleys archaeological survey 1996

The Agricultural Revolution in Prehistory 2006

Archaeology and Desertification: the Wadi Faynan Landscape Survey, Southern Jordan 2007

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