We welcome applications for postgraduate study - taught and research. Nottingham's Archaeology Department is very actively engaged in research and its staff cover a wide range of interests. Further information about the courses and the department can be gained via the Department website.
Research fields include prehistoric, Greek, Roman and post-Roman archaeology in Britain and abroad, with specialisms in Italy, North Africa, the Danube area, the Balkans, Greece and Syria. Supervision is also offered in archaeological materials science and in bioarchaeology (archaeobotany and zooarchaeology).
The Department welcomes enquiries and applications regarding its research degrees.
Staff research interests include:
- Archaeobotany; early farming in Europe and the Near East; Neolithic of Central Europe
- Zooarchaeology; animals in Roman and Medieval society
- Ethnoarchaeology; anthropology; prehistoric technology
- Prehistoric Italy; early metallurgy
- Mediterranean prehistory; Aegean Bronze Age; Greek Dark Age; Sardinia; mathematical and statistical applications in archaeology
- Later prehistory of Europe; Atlantic communities in the first millennium BC; lake dwellings; underwater archaeology
- Archaeology of Western Asia, with a particular focus on Iran and the Persian Gulf
- Roman archaeology of the Mediterranean, Balkans and Britain; epigraphy
- Migration period and later medieval Europe; medieval buildings
- Early medieval Celtic art and archaeology
- Early medieval and medieval landscapes in north-western Europe
- Archaeomaterials; the scientific analysis of glass from prehistory to post-medieval.
To find out more information, please refer to the Department of Archaeology web pages.