The Connected Past: Challenges to Network Studies in Archaeology and History: OUT NOW

So excited to have a copy of our new book, The Connected Past: Challenges to Network Studies in Archaeology and History, freshly delivered from Oxford University Press!It’s available to buy from the 3rd March. We’ll be blogging about it in various places, including on Tom’s blog, The Connected Past’s official website and for OUP. It’s […]

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Special Issue of the Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory

I and my Connected Past colleagues, Tom Brughmans, Fiona Coward, and Barbara Mills, have recently edited a special issue of the Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory.┬áThis fantastic issue is entitled: The Connected Past: critical and innovative approaches to networks in archaeology (vol. 22, issue 1, March 2015), and includes papers by Lewis Borck et […]

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Lions and Crows

Two images from the last 24 hours: on the television last night, a lioness licking her dead cub, trampled by water buffalo. This morning, a black Eleanor Rigby crow, picking up rice from a church where a wedding has been.

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A new job in Denmark

I’m absolutely delighted to be writing this from Aarhus, Denmark, where I have recently moved with my family to take up a position as Assistant Professor of Classical Archaeology in the Department of Classical Archaeology at the University here. For the next three years, I’ll be working on my next research project, The Gods in […]

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