Paul Garwood


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I welcome research proposals relating to any of my areas of research interest, especially funerary archaeology, ritual, landscape, and material culture, and I’m happy to discuss potential topics at any time. My recent postgraduate supervision includes:

Prehistoric landscapes of the South Pennines (PhD, completion 2015)
Food Vessels in Early Bronze Age Britain (AHRC-funded; PhD, completion 2012)
Lithic technologies in the Neolithic of northern Italy (PhD, completion 2012)
Space and architecture in the British Neolithic (PhD, completion 2011)
Grooved Ware in the Thames Valley landscape (M Phil, completion 2011)
Prehistoric settlement in the Welsh Marches (PhD, completion 2011)
Neolithic tor enclosures in south-west Britain (AHRC-funded; PhD, awarded 2010)
Regional narratives of the Early Bronze Age (AHRC-funded; M Phil, awarded 2009)
Round barrows in the Wylye valley, Wiltshire (M Phil, awarded 2009)
Animal remains from early Neolithic mortuary sites (M Phil, awarded 2008)
Timber halls of the British Early Neolithic (M Phil, awarded 2006)
Middle Bronze Age ‘houses’ in Britain and Ireland (M Phil, awarded 2005)


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