Department of Classics and Archaeology

Research Projects

Current research projects

Research is a vital aspect of the Department of Classics and Archaeology. Our staff are involved in a number of research projects across a wide range of areas and specialties.

Diver underwater in ruins of Pavlopetri with reconstructed pot
 

Using the table below you can filter research projects by:

  • project name
  • member of staff
  • region
 

You can also find out more about previous research, including recently completed projects, by visiting our past projects page

Table of current research projects
Project Principal investigator Region Research themes
Audiences of the graphic novel Three Lynn Fotheringham Worldwide Identities and Empires
Methodologies of Interpretation
Box Office Bears (BOB): animal baiting in early modern England
Hannah O'Regan UK Heritage from local to global
Identities and Empires
Building capacity for sustainable archaeological science and heritage in Turkey Holly Miller Turkey Heritage from global to local
Methodologies of Interpretation
Burials at Caistor St Edmund William Bowden and Hannah O'Regan UK Environment, bodies and health
Butrint project William Bowden Albania Environment, bodies and health
Heritage from local to global
Identities and Empires
Caistor Roman town William Bowden UK Heritage from local to global
Identities and Empires
China ports: history, heritage and development Jon Henderson
Julian Henderson
China Heritage from local to global
Decline of the bear: tracing the extinction of Britain’s largest carnivore Hannah O'Regan UK Environment, bodies and health
Development of Islamic glass technology Julian Henderson Syria, Jordan and Bahrain Heritage from local to global
Methodologies of Interpretation
Divine saving in Greek and Chinese Polytheism Theodora Jim Greece and China  Identities and Empires
Society and mobility  
Dog Hole cave, Haverback Hannah O'Regan UK  Environment, bodies and health
Ethnicity beyond the Rubicon Fabio Saccoccio Italy Identities and Empires
Society and mobility 
Methodologies of Interpretation
Excavation of the early prehistoic copper mine at Monte Loreto Mark Pearce Italy  
Fall of the House of Constantine George Woudhuysen Europe

Identities and Empires
Methodologies of Interpretation

Glass beads from Viking burials on Gotland Julian Henderson Gotland, Sweden

Methodologies of Interpretation

Glass from the Late Bronze Age ziggurat of Chogha Zanbil Julian Henderson Chogha Zanbil, Iran

Heritage from local to global
Methodologies of Interpretation

Historical ice cores Chris Loveluck   Environment, bodies and health
Identities and Empires
Society and mobility

Hittite glass from Kaman and Buklukale, Anatolia

Julian Henderson Central Anatolia

Heritage from local to global

Landscape, environment and ancient industry in Islamic al-Raqqa Julian Henderson Syria Heritage from local to global
LatinNow Alex Mullen Europe Heritage from local to global
Identities and Empires 
Society and mobility
Maritime Silk Road glass project Julian Henderson Cham Island, Vietnam

Heritage from local to global
Identities and Empires 
Methodologies of Interpretation

Migration narratives: an archaeological perspective Hannah O'Regan UK Society and mobility
Must Farm Julian Henderson Peterborough, UK Heritage from local to global
Methodologies of Interpretation
Norwich houses and households, c.1350-1700 Chris King UK Heritage from local to global
Of fire, ice and people Chris Loveluck   Environment, bodies and health
Identities and Empires
Society and mobility
Rethinking Mycenaean death: A view from Laconia Chrysanthi Gallou Greece  
Sensing divinity Mark Bradley Europe  
Silk Road project Julian Henderson Eurasia

Heritage from local to global
Identities and Empires 
Methodologies of Interpretation

Tattershall Castle: Building a history Chris King UK Heritage from local to global
Tiny archaeologies Chrysanthi Gallou Greece Identities and Empires 
Translating the Scholia Vetera to the Iliad into English Oliver Thomas Greece

Methodologies of Interpretation

Virtual Venta: Developing immersive experience at Caistor Roman Town William Bowden UK Heritage from local to global
Methodologies of Interpretation

 

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Past projects

Find out more about previous research, including recently completed projects.

Old photos in brown wooden chest

Centres and networks

Find out more about projects undertaken by centres and networks within the Department

 

 

Past projects

To find out more about previous research, including recently completed projects, visit our past projects page

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