Dirk Brandherm

Dr

  • Room 02.009 - 42 Fitzwilliam Street

    United Kingdom

Accepting PhD Students

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Open to PhD applications in the fields of (1) Chalcolithic, Bronze and Iron Age archaeology of Europe and the Mediterranean, (2) World Prehistory, (3) Dating and Chronology, (4) Artefact Studies and (5) Archaeometry of inorganic materials.

1995 …2021

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Much of my current research is concerned with exploring the dynamics of societal change in later prehistory, particularly in the Chalcolithic and in the Bronze and Iron Ages of Western Europe and the Mediterranean. Through the use of scientific dating techniques I also work on refining the chronologies that inform our understanding of the processes underpinning these dynamics. Another focus of my work is artefact studies, including the scientific analysis of archaeomaterials (primarily metal and ceramics).

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