The University of Sheffield
Department of Archaeology

Professor Dawn HadleyDawn Hadley

Professor of Medieval Archaeology; Director of Graduate Studies

Faculty Director of Graduate Studies

BA (Hons) History; PhD

Email address: D.M.Hadley@Sheffield.ac.uk

Telephone: 0114 222 2920

Room 210, Northgate House

Biography

I trained as an historian in the School of History at the University of Birmingham, and having taught medieval history at the Universities of Birmingham and Leeds, I came to Sheffield in 1996 to teach Anglo-Saxon and medieval archaeology.

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Selected publications

2011 ‘Later Anglo-Saxon burial’, in The Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology, ed. H. Hamerow, D. Hinton and S. Crawford (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 288-314

2011 ‘Ethnicity and acculturation’, in Social History of England 900-1200, ed. In J. Crick and E. van Houts (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 235-46

2010 ‘Engendering the grave in later Anglo-Saxon England’, in Proceedings of the Chacmool Conference, 2004, ed. G. McCafferty, S. Terendy, and M. Smekal (Calgary: University of Calgary Press), 121-32

2010 ‘Burying the socially and physically distinctive in and beyond the Anglo-Saxon churchyard’, in Burial in later Anglo-Saxon England, ed. J. Buckberry and A. Cherryson (Oxford: Oxbow), 101-13

2009 ‘Burial, belief and identity in later Anglo-Saxon England’, in Fifty Years of Medieval Archaeology, ed. R. Gilchrist and A. Reynolds (London: Society for Medieval Archaeology), 465-88

2009 ‘Viking raids and conquest’, in Blackwell Companion to British History, Volume 1 The Early Middle Ages, Britain and Ireland c 500-1100, ed. P. Stafford (London: Blackwell), 195-211

2009 ‘Scandinavian settlement’, in Blackwell Companion to British History, Volume 1 The Early Middle Ages, Britain and Ireland c 500-1100, ed. P. Stafford (London: Blackwell), 212-30

2008 ‘Warriors, Heroes and Companions: negotiating masculinity in Viking-Age England’, Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 15, 270-84

2008 ‘Ethnicity and identity in context: the material culture of Scandinavian settlement in England in the 9th and 10th centuries’, in Identité et ethnicité : concepts, débats historiographiques, exemples (Ve-XIIe siècles), ed. V. Gazeau and P. Bauduin (Caen: CRAHM), 167-83

2007 ‘An Anglo-Saxon execution cemetery at Walkington Wold, Yorkshire’, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 26(3), 209-39 (with J.L. Buckberry)

2007 ‘The garden gives up its secret: the developing relationship between rural settlements and cemeteries, c.800-1100’, Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 14, 193-204

2006 The Vikings in England: settlement, society and culture (Manchester: Manchester University Press)

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