Historical and Industrial Archaeology, the history, philosophy and sociology of archaeology, heritage issues and archaeology of the modern world.
Faculty Research Focus
- Historical archaeology
- Philosophy and sociology of archaeology
- Theoretical archaeology;
- Lubbock Gallery
The College will consider any research topic that interests potential PhD students; however, students will benefit from researching in areas that align with the College’s strengths. Please contact us to discuss your PhD topic.
Alternatively you may contact one of our academics below to discuss your area of interest.
- Dr Shaun Canning
- 19th century British ceramics - Dr Penny Crook
- 19th century domestic life and material culture - Dr Penny Crook
- Archaeologies of consumption - Dr Penny Crook
- Archaeology of the Modern World. Archaeology of the Modern City, Theory - Professor Tim Murray
- Artefact management - Dr Penny Crook
- Artefact studies and assemblage analysis - Dr Penny Crook
- Database management - Dr Penny Crook
- Gender and households - Professor Susan Lawrence
- Historical Archaeology - Dr Peter Davies
- History and Archaeology of Mexico - Dr Sylvia Whitmore
- Industrial archaeology - Professor Susan Lawrence
- Industrial Archaeology - Dr Peter Davies
- Material culture and artefact studies - Professor Susan Lawrence
- Material culture, class distinctions, social mobility, the gold rush, quality of life - Dr Sarah Hayes
- Urban archaeology - Professor Susan Lawrence