Staff and their research interests
All members of the Course Team have wide-ranging experience and interests in Britain’s archaeology and heritage:
Dr Helen Loney – Research and teaching interests in Memory and Landscape, Upland prehistoric and Roman period British landscapes, motor memory and development of ancient technology, Punic period pottery production in western Sardinia.
Dr Heather Barrett - Specialist research interest in the management of urban conservation areas in Britain. Further research and teaching interests in urban heritage marketing, urban morphology and urban images.
Dr Andrew Hoaen - Research and teaching interests in archaeopalynology, landscape investigation and field techniques.
Dr Jodie Lewis – Research and teaching interests in British Prehistory (Mesolithic-Bronze Age), Landscape Archaeology, archaeological theory, artefact studies and field techniques.
Dr Derek McDougall – Teaching and research interests in glacial geomorphology, mountain environments and Quaternary Britain. Curriculum Leader for Archaeology and Landscape Studies.
Dr David Mullin – Research and teaching interests in archaeological theory, border studies, the Neolithic and Bronze Age, particularly in western Britain, British prehistoric ceramics and field techniques.
Dr David Storey – Research interests in Heritage, Tourism and Place Promotion.
Dr Bob Ruffle – Research interests in post medieval pottery production and use in Worcestershire.
Dr Fleur Visser - Specialist research interest in flooding and river processes, remote sensing and GIS.