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Shaky foundations: Romantic nationalism and the development of the 'Irish model' of Neolithic settlement
(Oxbow Books, 2020)
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Herstory: Exploring the material life of Gundrada de Warenne
(V & R Unipress GmbH and Bonn University Press, 2021-01)
Scholarly work on castles draws on multiple sources from history, archaeology, art and architectural history to literary and religious studies. This places it inaunique position to be able to bring different threads together ...
The culture of castles in Tudor England and Wales, by Audrey M. Thorstad
(The English Historical Review, 2021-06-11)
This book should be read by everyone who has an interest in castle studies and the social history of Tudor England more generally. It is a well-researched volume and the first interdisciplinary study devoted to Tudor ...
Gender and archaeology
(Oxford University Press, 2022-02-21)
In archaeology, gender is not a simple man-woman binary classification. It is the performance and embodiment of an identity that intersects with age, sex, race, sexuality, and class. One is not born, but rather becomes, a ...