Congratulations to: Helen McGauran, Chris Beckman and Wei Chu on the recent successful defence of their PhD theses!
Thesis title: ‘Contextual analysis of economic and social networks: the circulation of Bronze Age soft-stone artefacts in Bahrain and Cyprus’.
Supervisors: Wendy Matthews, Stuart Black and Bob Chapman.
Thesis title: ‘The Bearded man and the Pig-tailed women: Hierarchy-enacting practices in Late Chalcolithic Mesopotamia.
Supervisors: Roger Matthews and Bob Chapman.
Thesis title: ‘No stone left unturned: fluvial processes in the Pleistocene of northern Europe’.
Supervisors: Rob Hosfield and Martin Bell.
We celebrate the important contributions they have made to the School’s research output and wish them every success for the future.