Research Students

Topics available for PhD SupervisionI am happy to supervise PhD Students in the following areas:

•    the Iron Age in Britain and Europe;
•    early coinage and currency in the old world
•    the Iron Age/Roman transition in western Europe
•    later prehistoric settlement and landscape
•    Iron Age and Roman material culture and deposition

 Learn more about studying for a PhD with us


Current and recent PhD students

Meredith Laing, Children as producers in later prehistory(AHRC M3C)

Elisa Vecchi Archaeology of Iron Age Liguria (AHRC M3C, based at Nottingham University, lead supervisor Mark Pearce)

Phil Hughes Reuse of past places and artefacts in Roman Britain (AHRC M3C)

Rachel Wilkinson, Iron Age metalwork hoards (AHRC CDA with British Museum, co-supervisors Roger Bland, Neil Wilkin, Julia Farley)

Sarah Scheffler, Romanisation of North Italy (AHRC M3C)

Natasha Harlow, Iron Age & Roman East Anglia (AHRC M3C, based at Nottingham University, lead Supervisor Will Bowden) 

Andy Lamb, The later Iron Age in central southern Britain

Tammy Macenka, Burial in Iron Age Yorkshire

Sarah Percival, Iron Age Pottery from Northern East Anglia.

Frank Hargrave, Late Iron Age shrines and temples in Britain.

Marta Fanello, Later Iron Age Coinage in Britain (PhD 2016)

Marcella Raiconi, Greek and Etruscan contacts with indigenous communities in the western Mediterranean (PhD 2016)

Adam Daubney, The Portable Antiquities Scheme in Lincolnshire (PhD 2016)

Anna Lewis, Iron Age and early Roman chariot fittings from western and central Britain (AHRC CDA with National Museum of Wales, co-supervisor Adam Gwilt) (PhD 2015)

Anna Booth, The penannular brooch in Britain (AHRC CDA with British Museum, co-supervisor Roger Bland) (PhD 2015)

Sophie Adams, Late Hallstatt and early to middle La Tène brooches in Britain (AHRC CDA with British Museum; co-supervisor Jody Joy) (PhD 2014)

Kate Parks, Crop husbandry in the East of England in the Iron Age and Roman period (Advisor) (PhD 2013)

Melissa Edgar, Later Iron Age brooches in northern France (PhD 2013)

Julia Farley, At the Edge of Empire: Iron Age and early Roman metalwork in the East Midlands (Phd 2012)

Andy Tullett, Social transformations from the Middle Bronze Age to Middle Iron Age in Central Southern England' (PhD 2011).

Stephen Sherlock, Later Prehistoric Settlement in North East England (PhD 2011)

Derek Hamilton, Use of radiocarbon and Bayesian modelling to (re)write later Iron Age settlement histories in east-central Britain (AHRC CDA with English Heritage, co-supervisor Alex Bayliss) (PhD 2011)

Martin Sterry, House, Land and Place: a re-evaluation of Central Adriatic Communities: 6th-1st centuries B.C (PhD 2010)

Judith Rosten, Personal adornment and the expression of identity in Roman Britain (PhD, 2009)

Duncan Campbell, Cultural exchange in Hellenistic Greece (PhD 2008)

Laura Cripps, The Iron Age in south-west England (PhD 2007)

Former PhD students hold posts at universities in the UK and USA, including Bournemouth, Durham, Glasgow, Leicester, Liverpool and Nottingham; with national organisations such as English Heritage, Historic Scotland, the British Museum, National Museum of Wales, the Portable Antiquities Scheme and at leading field units.


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