Subjects/methods: Zooarchaeology

Zooarchaeology involves the study of animal remains from archaeological sites and seeks to understand all aspects of human-animal interactions in the past, ranging from hunting strategies and carcass processing to animal husbandry and the processes of domestication and selective breeding. Sheffield has a long history of research in zooarchaeology and is home to one of the largest and most active zooarchaeology research teams in the UK.

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Umberto Albarella

Paul Halstead

Other Staff

Hannah Russ

Sarah Viner

Research Training Programmes

MSc Osteoarchaeology

MSc Environmental Archaeology and Palaeoeconomy

Research Centres and Laboratories

Zooarchaeology Laboratory