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Department of Archaeology

 

Publications

Key publications: 
[1] French C.A.I., Sulas F., Melis R.T., Di Rita F., Montis F., Taylor S., Redhouse D.I., and Serreli G. (2017). Evoluzione del paesaggio e insediamento nel bacino del Rio Posada: Indagini geoarcheologiche. In: G. Serreli, R.T. Melis, C.A.I. French, and F. Sulas (eds.), Sa massar`ia : Ecologia storica dei sistemi di lavoro contadino in Sardegna, volume I of Europa e Mediterraneo. Storia e immagini di una comunit`a internazionale 37, pp. 79–114. Cagliari: ISEM—Istituto di Storia dell'Europa Mediterranea. ISBN 9788897317333. http://digital.casalini.it/9788897317333
[2] Petrie C.A., Singh R.N., Bates J., Dixit Y., French C.A.I., Hodell D.A., Jones P.J., Lancelotti C., Lynam F., Neogi S., Pandey A.K., Parikh D., Pawar V., Redhouse D.I., and Singh D.P. (2017). Adaptation to variable environments, resilience to climate change: Investigating land, water and settlement in Indus northwest India. Current Anthropology, 58 (1):pp. 1–30. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/690112
[3] French C.A.I., Rajkovaca T., Marriner G.P., Taylor S., Redhouse D.I., and Radivojac M. (2015). New archaeological and geoarchaeological investigations of the prehistoric site of Zecovi, near Prijedor, Bosnia i Herzegovina. Godisnjak/Jahrbuch, 44:pp. 5–47. http://www.anubih.ba/godisnjak/god44/Godisnjak44-1.pdf
[4] Samson A.V.M., Cooper J., Nieves M.A., Wrapson L.J., Redhouse D.I., Vieten R.M., De Jes'us Rullan O., Garc'ia L'opez De Victoria T., Palermo G'omez A., Serrano Puigdoller V., Torres Ortiz D., and Vega De Jes'us A. (2015). Indigenous Cave Use, Isla de Mona, Puerto Rico. In: L. Del Olmo (ed.), Puerto Rico 2013: Proceedings of the 25th International Congress for Caribbean Archaeology, pp. 414–444. International Association for Caribbean Archaeology, San Juan, Puerto Rico: Instituto de Cultura Puertorrique na; Centro de Estudios Avanzados de Puerto Rico y el Caribe; Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de R'io Piedras. https://www.academia.edu/8939043/
[5] Malone C.A.T., Stoddart S.K.F., Ceccarelli L., Cenciaioli L., Duff P., McCormick F., Morales J., Armstrong S., Bates J., Bennett J., Cameron J., Cifani G., Cohen S., Foley T., Fulminante F., Hill H., Mattacchioni L., Neil S., Rosatelli A., Redhouse D.I., and Volhard-Dearman S. (2014). Beyond feasting: Consumption and lifestyle amongst the invisible Etruscans. In: K.V. Boyle, R.J. Rabett, and C.O. Hunt (eds.), Living in the landscape: Essays in honour of Graeme Barker, McDonald Institute Monographs, pp. 257–266. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
[6] Stoddart S.K.F. and Redhouse D.I. (2014). The Umbrians: An archaeological perspective. In: M. Aberson, M.C. Biella, M. di Fazio, and M. Wullschleger (eds.), Entre arch'eologie et histoire: Dialogues sur divers peuples de l'Italie pr'eromaine, volume 1 of Etudes genevoises sur l'Antiquit'e, pp. 107–124. Bern: Peter Lang. http://dx.doi.org/10.3726/978-3-0352-0284-7
[7] Barrett J.H., Farr L.R., Redhouse D.I., Richer S., Zimmerman J., Sharpe L., Ovenden S.M., Moore J., Poller T., Milek K.B., Simpson I.A., Smith M., Gourley B., and O'Connor T. (2012). Quoygrew and its landscape context. In: J.H. Barrett (ed.), Being an islander: Production and identity at Quoygrew, AD 900–1600, pp. 25–46. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
[8] Oliveira H.R., Campana M.G., Jones H., Hunt H.V., Leigh F., Redhouse D.I., Lister D.L., and Jones M.K. (2012). Tetraploid wheat landraces in the Mediterranean basin: Taxonomy, evolution and genetic diversity. PLoS ONE, 7 (5):p. e37063. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0037063
[9] Singh R.N., Petrie C.A., French C.A.I., Bates J., Pandey A.K., Parikh D., Lancelotti C., and Redhouse D.I. (2012). Survey and excavations at Dabli vas Chugta, Hanumangarh District, Rajasthan. Purātattva: Journal of the Indian Archaeological Society, 42:pp. 133–147
[10] Stoddart S.K.F., Barone P.M., Bennett J., Ceccarelli L., Cifani G., Clackson J., della Giovampaola I., Ferrara C., Fulminante F., Licence T., Malone C.A.T., Matacchioni L., Mullen A., Nomi F., Pettinelli E., Redhouse D.I., and Whitehead N. (2012a). Opening the frontier: The Gubbio–Perugia frontier in the course of history. Papers of the British School at Rome, 80:pp. 257–294. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0068246212000128
[11] Stoddart S.K.F., Ceccarelli L., and Redhouse D.I. (2012b). Before the frontier: Gubbio and its landscape before the state. In: N. Negroni Catacchio (ed.), L'Etruria dal Paleolitico al Primo Ferro. Lo stato delle ricerche. Atti del decimo incontro Preistoria e Protostoria dell'Etruria. Settembre 2010, pp. 677–687. Milano: Centro Studi di Preistoria e Archeologia
[12] Redhouse D.I. and Stoddart S.K.F. (2011). Mapping Etruscan state formation. In: D. Haggis and N. Terrenato (eds.), State formation in Italy and Greece: Questioning the Neoevolutionist paradigm, pp. 161–178. Oxford: Oxbow Books
[13] Stoddart S.K.F., Barber G., Duhig C., Mann G., O'Connell T., Lai L., Redhouse D.I., Tykot R.H., and Malone C.A.T. (2009). The human and animal remains. In: C.A.T. Malone, S.K.F. Stoddart, A. Bonanno, D.H. Trump, T. Gouder, and A. Pace (eds.), Mortuary customs in prehistoric Malta, pp. 315–340. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
[14] Ashley S., Bending J., Cook G., Corrado A., Malone C.A.T., Pettitt P., Puglisi D., Redhouse D.I., and Stoddart S.K.F. (2007). The resources of an upland community in the Fourth Millennium BC. In: M.P. Fitzjohn (ed.), Uplands of ancient Sicily and Calabria, Accordia Specialist Studies on Italy 13, pp. 59–80. London: Accordia Research Institute
[15] Redhouse D.I., Anderson M., Cockerell T., Gilmour S., Housley R., Malone C.A.T., and Stoddart S.K.F. (2002). Power in context: The Lismore landscape project. Antiquity, 76 (294):pp. 945–6. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0003598X00091699

Teaching and Supervisions

Teaching: 

I am involved with teaching and training in IT, archaeological surveying and GIS for undergraduate and graduate students, post-docs and UTOs.

Research supervision: 

I am responsible for providing support and guidance in areas including database development, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) analysis and field survey.
 

Job Titles

Computer Officer

General Info

Not available for consultancy

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Room 101, North Building (between the Haddon Library and the North Lecture Room)
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01223 (7)68250