Current PhD research

Last Name First Name Thesis title Supervisors
Andronikou Natasha Archaeology of Identity: (Un) Dressing the female 'other' in Classical Greek Art

Dr Jane Rempel

Professor Maureen Carroll

Aniceti Veronica Animal husbandry in Sicily during the Islamic-Christian transition, 8th-12th Centuries

Dr Umberto Albarella

Professor Martin Carver (York)

Atkin Alison Profiling the dead: demographic characterisation of mass fatality incidents in the past and the present

Professor Dawn Hadley

Dr Elizabeth Craig-Atkins

Bromage Sam Urban Development and Social change: The Dissolution in Yorkshire and its Impact on the Early Modern Townscape, 1536-1642.

Dr Hugh Willmott (University of Sheffield)

Dr Kate Giles (University of York)

Baiges Sotos Laura Degenerative joint disease in non-human primates and its relationship to locomotor adaptation and substrate use

Dr Pia Nystrom

Dr Kevin Kuykendall

Breeden Francesca Communal Solitude: The Archaeology of the Carthusian Houses of Great Britain and Ireland, 1178-1569

Dr Hugh Willmott

Professor Emilia Jamroziak (Leeds)

Browaeys Evelyne Birds of prey in the Bronze Age Near East: their role and identification

Dr Umberto Albarella

Dr Kevin Kuykendall

Catania Angela The iconography of decorated larnakes pertaining to the late Bronze Age, originating from Crete and continental Greece

Professor John Bennet

Dr Susan Sherratt

Cook Isabel A multi-proxy investigation of Late Holocene coastal landscapes in North Wales: modelling impacts of past and future climate change

Dr Robert Johnston

Dr Gianna Ayala

Crichton-Turley Courtenay-Elle Using clay pipes and figurines to critique structure-from-motion 3D photographic modelling

Dr Hugh Willmott

Dr Steve Maddock (Computer Science)

Ford Jane Hyaenas and Neanderthals in the British middle Palaeolithic

Dr Umberto Albarella

Dr Pia Nystrom

Fouriki Stavroula

Materiality and social practice in Late Bronze Age Chania, Crete: Detecting socio-political change in ceramics of the Late Minoan IΒ-IIIB period.

Dr. Susan Sherratt

Professor Bennet

Fraser Tamsyn Investigating animal husbandry practices through the analysis of animal remains from medieval to modern times.

Dr Umberto Albarella

Andrew Lowerre (English Heritage)

Green Emma What are we missing? The importance of archaeothanatology for revealing funerary practices

Dr Elizabeth Craig-Atkins

Professor Dawn Hadley

Hatton Andrew Stowe farm: A multi-period archaeological site in its landscape

Dr Robert Johnston

Colin Merrony

Haywood Rebecca Palaeoanthropology

Dr Kevin Kuykendall

Dr Pia Nystrom

Hearne Rebecca Archaeology as therapeutic practice: a narrative investigation

Dr Robert Johnston

Professor B Stone

Heafield Barry What lay behind the turn away from large henges of the Late Neolithic towards smaller local monuments in the Early Bronze Age and what did this mean for society, ritual and belief?

Dr Robert Johnston

Hook Emma An archaeological and osteological investigation of the medieval hospital cemetery in England and Wales

Dr Elizabeth Craig-Atkins

Dr Hugh Willmott

Huggon Martin The Medieval Hospitals of England and Wales: investigating the archaeology of a forgotten institution

Dr Hugh Willmott

Professor Dawn Hadley

Kaldre Helena Prehistoric field systems in West Estonia ¿ sustainability and human-environment relations from 1200 BC - AD 1200

Dr Robert Johnston

Dr Gianna Ayala

Knowles Victoria The Marketisation of Agriculture: The archaeobotanical evidence for the development of a market economy for arable agricultural and horticultural products in Britain and Central Europe during the Roman and medieval period

Professor Paul Halstead

Professor Glynis Jones

Professor Dawn Hadley

La Trobe-Bateman Emily Snowdonia's Early Fieldscapes

Dr Robert Johnston

Dr Gianna Ayala

Lawrence Lucy Diet & Management of Ancient Cattle: the Potential of Dental Microwear

Professor Paul Halstead

Professor Glynis Jones

Lisowski Mikolaj The Identification of Jewish Patterns of Food Preparation and Consumption: a Zooarchaeological Approach to the Medieval and Early Modern Evidence from Central-Eastern Europe

Dr Umberto Albarella

Professor Paul Halstead

Lortie Louis-Olivier The metal economy of Roman South Yorkshire, 1st-2nd c. A.D.

Dr Roger Doonan

Professor Maureen Carroll

Maccarinelli Angela The social and economic role of freshwater fish in medieval England: a zooarchaeological approach.

Dr Umberto Albarella

Dr Hugh Willmott

Makarouna Nasia Animals, People & Gods: Domestic, Civic & Sacred Consumption of Livestock in Hellenistic-Late Antique Messenia, Greece

Professor Paul Halstead

Dr Jane Rempel

Marks Yvette The inception and transmission of metallurgy: A regional approach

Dr Roger Doonan

Professor Peter Day

Martin Gemma Functional attributes as a tool for understanding the process of crop domestication

Professor Glynis Jones

Professor Coline Osborne (Animal & Plant Sciences)

Massey Stacey Osteology

Dr Elizabeth Craig-Atkins

Dr Pia Nystrom

McAfee Ian Osteoarthritis and spondyloarthropathies are predominately an age related pathological condition, however, current research focusing on living patients have shown that other risk factors can cause an increased joint degradation

Dr Elizabeth Craig-Atkins

Menelaou Sergios Pottery production, consumption and distribution at Heraion on Samos, Greece during the Early Bronze Age (ca. 3200/3000-2000 BC)

Professor Peter Day

Dr Roger Doonan

Mogg Jonquil Refining locomotory style in the fossil record

Dr Kevin Kuykendall

Dr Pia Nystrom

Monaco Martina A critical examination of social stratification in prehistoric Cyprus using skeletal and funerary data Dr Elizabeth Craig-Atkins
Moore Krissy The dissertation will study the military reuse and reworking of existing archaeological features, such as prehistoric earthworks, medieval Bastiles and post-medieval farmhouses in Northumberland.

Dr Bob Johnston

Dr Gianna Ayala

Moudopoulos Athanasiou Faidon The Early Modern Zagorochoria of NW Greece: Reading History from and into a Montane Cultural Landscape Paul Halstead
John Bennet
Liz Carnegie
Nagle Caitlin A multi-proxy investigation of Late Holocene coastal landscapes in North Wales: modelling impacts of past and future climate change.

Dr Robert Johnston

Dr Gianna Ayala

Nelson Theresa Entropy Calculation to Understand Social Change

Dr Roger Doonan

Dr. Alastair Buckley

Olah Dora Marble figurines of the 3rd Millennium BC Aegean and south-west Anatolia

Dr Sue Sherratt

Dr Jane Rempel

Oleman-Grace Kinsey Palaeoanthropology: Variation and distribution in homo erectus

Dr Kevin Kuykendall

Dr Susan Sherratt

Poland Ged The identification of duck and goose remains from archaeological sites in order to discuss the role of wild and domestic taxa in Roman Britain

Dr Umberto Albarella

Dr Kevin Kuykendall

Poniros Sarah Roman migration patterns based on skeletal, archaeological, and written evidence.

Dr Elizabeth Craig-Atkins

Professor Maureen Carroll

Proulx Benoit Handmade Burnished Ware at Tiryns: Pots, People and Technological Practice in Late Mycenaean Greece.

Professor Peter Day

Dr Roger Doonan

Qian Duoduo The Bronze age Metallurgical traditions of Northern Xinjiang, China." changing to "The Bronze age Metallurgical traditions of Xinjiang, China

Dr Roger Doonan

Professor Peter Day

Rizzetto Mauro An analysis of faunal remains from the Late-Roman / Early medieval period - a comparison between husbandry practices in Britain and the Rhineland.

Dr Umberto Albarella

Professor Dawn Hadley

Scott Cait The Evolution of Audley End.

Hugh Willmott

Charlotte Newman

Sawtell Carrie Non-citizen commemoration in Classical Athens

Dr Jane Rempel

Dr Sue Sherratt

Shiner Marion Transient relations: non-adult funerary practices in 1st - 10th century AD Wales and Ireland and the origin of separate infant burial grounds.

Dr. Sue Sherratt
Dr. Jane Rempel

Sassine Lamia  Elusive Phoenicians: Perceptions of Phoenician Identity and Material Culture as Reflected in Museum Records and Displays Abstract

Dr. Katie Hemer

Dr. Jane Rempel

Strati Valasia The effects of Industrialization on the state of health and disease of a Victorian Urban Population: A case study from St. Hilda¿s Church, South Shield (Newcastle). *see uploaded proposal for details

Dr Pia Nystrom

Professor Dawn Hadley

Tecce Sofía The origins of pig domestication in prehistoric Italy.

Dr Umberto Albarella

Dr Gianna Ayala

Testolini Veronica Ceramic Technology and Social Change in Sicily from the 6th to 11th centuries CE.

Professor Peter Day

Dr Roger Doonan

Giuseppe Montana

Thompson Lenore Understanding culture contact through changing procurement, production, and consumption strategies of copper on the Northwest coast of North America

Dr Roger Doonan

Professor Peter Day

Thorpe Nicola Evaluating the Future for Grey Literature Publications: Is there a Better Way of Creating a Lasting Archaeological Resource for West Yorkshire

Dr Robert Johnston

Professor Caroline Jackson

Townend Peter An Archaeological Study of the Monastic Order of the Gilbertines

Dr Hugh Willmott

Dr Robert Johnston

Triozzi Beatrice A Biocultural study of the Vestini population of Loreto Aprutino: Diet, Health, Status, and Identity in the 6th-4th centuries B.C. in Central-Southern Italy.

Dr Pia Nystrom

Professor Maureen Carroll

Tsai Che Hsien Pottery of Ayia Irini, Phlious: Technological change, regional and Aegean context from the Shaft Grave Period to Late Helladic IIIB

Professor Peter Day

Van Cant Marit Analysis of human skeletal remains from medieval rural sites in northwest Europe

Professor Dawn Hadley

Waller-Cotterhill Charlotte One Foot in the Grave: An Experimental Examination of the Effectiveness and Development of the Anglesey Leg and an Analysis of Prosthesis during the Long Nineteenth Century.

Professor Caroline Jackson

Dr Elizabeth Craig-Atkins