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Professor Eleni Asouti MSc, Ph.D.

Professor of Archaeology Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology

Teaching

Undergraduate, taught postgraduate (Masters) and research (PhD and postdoctoral) opportunities are available in the following areas: anthracology, archaeobotany (co-supervised with Dr Ceren Kabukcu), the human palaeoecology of Southwest Asia, and the transition from foraging to farming in the Old World. Additional teaching areas involve the anthropology of human economic practices, and the comparative analysis of changing human economic behaviours through time.

Modules for 2022-23

ACE MA AND MSC DISSERTATION

Module code: ALGY600

Role: Teaching

DESIGNING AND COMMUNICATING RESEARCH

Module code: ALGY731

Role: Teaching

ECONOMIC ARCHAEOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY

Module code: ALGY362

Role: Module Co-ordinator

PLANTS AND PEOPLE IN THE PAST: AN INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOBOTANY

Module code: ALGY220

Role: Module Co-ordinator

PRINCIPLES OF ARCHAEOLOGY

Module code: ALGY101

Role: Teaching

RESEARCH SKILLS FOR ACE M-LEVEL STUDENTS

Module code: ALGY601

Role: Teaching

THE ORIGINS OF HUMANITY

Module code: ALGY105

Role: Teaching

THE PRACTICE OF ARCHAEOLOGY

Module code: ALGY102

Role: Module Co-ordinator

WOOD IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND PALAEOECOLOGY: WOOD AND CHARCOAL ANALYSIS

Module code: ALGY668

Role: Module Co-ordinator