Current Ph.D. Students

NamePh.D TopicSupervisor(s)
Natasha AndronikouArchaeology of Identity: (Un)Dressing the Female 'Other' in Classical Greek ArtJane Rempel
Clare Burke DaviesCeramics and the Technologies of Consumption in Early Bronze Age Tsoungiza, PeloponnesePeter Day and Roger Doonan
Angela CataniaThe Iconography of Decorated Larnakes pertaining to the Late Bronze Age, originating from Crete and Continental GreeceJohn Bennet and Sue Sherratt
Lucy LawrenceDiet and Management of Ancient Cattle: The Potential of MicrodentalwarePaul Halstead and Glynis Jones
Nasia MakarounaAnimals, People & Gods: Domestic, Civic & Sacred Consumption of Livestock in Hellenistic-Late Antique Messenia, GreecePaul Halstead and Jane Rempel
Sergios MenelaouPottery Production, Consumption and Distribution at Heraion on Samos, Greece during the Early Bronze Age (ca. 3200-3000 BC)Peter Day and Roger Doonan
Dora OlahMarble figurines of the 3rd Millennium BC Aegean and south-west AnatoliaSue Sherratt and Jane Rempel
Benoit ProulxHandmade Burnished Ware at Tiryns: Pots, People and Technological Practice in Late Mycenaean GreeceProfessor Peter Day and Dr Roger Doonan
Carrie SawtellNon-Citizen Commemoration, including Votive, Civic and Funerary, in the City of Athens between the 6th and 3rd centuries BCJane Rempel
Che Hsien TsaiPottery of Ayia Irini, Phlious: Technological change, regional and Aegean context from the Shaft Grave Period to Late Helladic IIIBProfessor Peter Day
Laure van GrootelInteraction and identity in the Late Neolithic Cyclades: the production, exchange and consumption of ceramic vessels at Saliago (5300-4500 BC)Peter Day

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