Naomi Allman, MPhil in Heritage Studies
How museums display the concepts of sex and sexuality (in classical archaeology collections)
Leah Brainerd, PhD in Archaeology
Exploring environmental conditions at the Jomon-Yayoi transition, analysing climatic, soil and pollen data to reconstruct landcover during the period, as well as modelling the suitability and productivity of rice and millet agriculture throughout Japan and its relation to demography during this transition.
Giulia Clamer, MPhil in Heritage Studies
Russia and Post-Soviet countries, post-conflict heritage, Central Asia, Russian art and avant-garde, diaspora communities, politics and heritage.
Emilia Franklin, PhD in Biological Anthropology
Considering how epidemic disease influences demographic profiles, focusing on the assessment of survivorship and mortality profiles from skeletal assemblages from “plague pits”, medieval cemeteries from before the Black Death, and medieval parish cemeteries spanning the second plague pandemic.
Aman Kang, PhD in Archaeology
Zooarchaeology by Mass Spectrometry (ZooMS): utilising new methods to unravel Neanderthal and AMH cognition from worked bone.