Paul Garwood

Colleges, School and Institutes

Willingness to take PhD students


PhD projects

Paul Garwood uses archaeological and anthropological perspectives to explore prehistoric social life and cultural expression, focusing on Neolithic and Bronze Age Britain and north-west Europe. His principal areas of research are:

The archaeology and anthropology of funerary practices
The archaeology and anthropology of ritual
Landscape, monumental architecture and cosmography
Chronology and cultural and social change
Temporal and spatial structuring of prehistoric social life
Identity and personhood
Time and history in prehistory

He welcomes research proposals relating to any of his areas of research interest, especially funerary archaeology, ritual, landscape, and material culture, and is happy to discuss potential topics at any time.