Long-term world history; comparative archaeology; the evolution of societies; quantitative history; history & archaeology of ancient Greece.
About this Fellow
The archaeology of ports, commerce, urbanism and cultural change in the early Roman Mediterranean, particularly Italy and Iberia; the application of non-destructive field -techniques to archaeological sites
- Professor of Roman Archaeology and Associate Dean Research, Faculty of Humanities, University of Southampton; Research Professor, British School at Rome
Comparative world archaeology and deep history; the archaeology of the Mediterranean; Aegean prehistory; the archaeology of islands; the emergence of connectivity, particularly maritime; landscape archaeology
Stable isotope chemistry applied to dietary ecology and environments in human origins research
Evolutionary approaches to the origins and spread of agriculture; archaeobotany and biomolecular archaeology; the investigation of past cultivation practices through weed ecology and stable isotope analysis