University of Bristol
Archaeology and Anthropology
Research ranges from the outdoors (landscape and maritime archaeology, and anthropological fieldwork) to the indoors, with laboratory based science using radiocarbon dating, isotopic methods, and micro-imaging technology. A key strength is in the interdisciplinary study of human diversity, both biological and cultural. Our research spans a variety of time periods and global regions, from Ancient Egypt and the Classical World to the industrial heritage of the city of Bristol, from prehistoric migrations and connections across the Indian and Pacific Oceans to the transformations of economic and religious life in contemporary societies. Field research in archaeology and anthropology takes place in the U.K. (including locally at Berkeley Castle, the department's field school location) and also Ethiopia, Turkey, Jordan, Madagascar, Tanzania, Sri Lanka, France, Mongolia, Belgium, Slovenia, Hungary, Peru, and the U.S.
MPhil: An upper 2nd Class Honours degree (or international equivalent); MPhil/PhD: A pass at Master's level (or international equivalent).
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|Tyndall Avenue, Bristol||Bristol||BS8 1TH||South West|
0117 331 8443