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UK Fellow, Archaeology, elected in 2012

Professor Robin Dennell FBA


Current post

  • Professor Emeritus, The University of Sheffield; Visiting Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Past Appointments

  • Honorary Research Professor, University of Exeter, 2016


Southern Asia, Australia and the Search for Human Origins, ed. R.W.Dennell & M. Porr, Cambridge University Press (2014)

Living in the Landscape: Essays in Honour of Graeme Barker, ed. K. Boyle, R.J. Rabett and C. Hunt, pp. 11-34. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. (2014)

Hallam Movius, Helmut de Terra, and the Line that never was: Burma, 1938. (2014) \

The origins and persistence of Homo floresiensis on Flores: biogeographical and ecological perspectives by R.W.Dennell, Louys, J.L., O'Regan, H. and Wilkinson, D.M. Quaternary Science Reviews 96, 98-107. (2013)

Hominins, deserts, and the colonisation and settlement of continental Asia Quaternary International 2012, xxx, 1-9

The Nihewan Basin of North China in the Early Pleistocene: Continuous and flourishing, or discontinuous, infrequent and ephemeral occupation? Quaternary Internal 2012, xxx, 1-12

The Palaeolithic Settlement of Asia, Cambridge University Press (2009)

The dispersal of Homo sapiens across southern Asia: how early, how often, how complex? Quaternary Sciences Reviews 47, 15-22.

Other Archaeology Fellows

Professor Noël Duval

History, archaeology, epigraphy of Late Antiquity: imperial ideology and palaces; iconography; early Christian and Byzantine architecture; ecclesiastical architecture and fittings; Christian inscriptions; studies in the Graeco-Roman department of the Lou