Dr Iain Banks

  • Senior Lecturer in in History/Battlefield Archaeology (History)

telephone: 01413302420
email: Iain.Banks@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Dr Iain Banks is the Executive Director of the Centre for Battlefield Archaeology. He has worked on battlefield projects across the UK, Europe and Africa, both as a geophysicist and excavator. He plays an active part in the teaching of the MLitt in Battlefield and Conflict Archaeology at the University of Glasgow. His main interests in the subject are the Prehistory and Anthropology of Warfare and Warfare in the Twentieth Century.

Publications

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Number of items: 10.

2014

Banks, I. (2014) Digging in the dark: the underground war on the Western Front in WWI. Journal of Conflict Archaeology, 9(3). pp. 156-178. (doi:10.1179/1574077314Z.00000000038)

Banks, I., and Pollard, T. (2014) Beyond recall: searching for the remains of a British secret weapon of World War I. Journal of Conflict Archaeology, 9(3). pp. 119-155. (doi:10.1179/1574077314Z.00000000037)

2012

Banks, I. (2012) Geophysics and the great escape. Leading Edge, 31(8). pp. 916-920. (doi:10.1190/tle31080916.1)

2011

Banks, I., and Pollard, T. (2011) Protecting a bloodstained history: battlefield conservation in Scotland. Journal of Conflict Archaeology, 6(2). pp. 124-145. (doi:10.1179/157407811X13027741134148)

2010

Pollard, T., and Banks, I. (2010) Now the wars are over: The past, present and future of Scottish battlefields. International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 14(3). pp. 414-441. (doi:10.1007/s10761-010-0117-7)

Banks, I. (2010) Control or repression: contrasting a Prisoner of War Camp and a Work Camp from World War Two. In: Archaeologies of Confinement: Bodies and Things Confined. Springer Science+Business Media, Inc: New York, USA. (In Press)

2009

Banks, I., Duffy, P.R.J., and MacGregor, G. (2009) Archaeology of landscape change in South-West Scotland, 6000 bc – ad 1400: excavations at William Grant and Sons distillery, Girvan. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports, 32. pp. 1-45.

Banks, I. (2009) Battlefield archaeology. The Archaeologist, 74. pp. 10-11.

2008

Pollard, T. and Banks, I., (Eds.) (2008) Bastions and barbed wire. Koninklijke Brill NV: Leiden, The Netherlands. ISBN 9789004173606

Pollard, T., and Banks, I. (2008) Archaeological investigation of military sites on Inchkeith Island. Journal of Conflict Archaeology, 4(1-2). pp. 109-136. (doi:10.1163/157407808X382782)

This list was generated on Mon Mar 2 10:22:54 2015 GMT.
Number of items: 10.

Articles

Banks, I. (2014) Digging in the dark: the underground war on the Western Front in WWI. Journal of Conflict Archaeology, 9(3). pp. 156-178. (doi:10.1179/1574077314Z.00000000038)

Banks, I., and Pollard, T. (2014) Beyond recall: searching for the remains of a British secret weapon of World War I. Journal of Conflict Archaeology, 9(3). pp. 119-155. (doi:10.1179/1574077314Z.00000000037)

Banks, I. (2012) Geophysics and the great escape. Leading Edge, 31(8). pp. 916-920. (doi:10.1190/tle31080916.1)

Banks, I., and Pollard, T. (2011) Protecting a bloodstained history: battlefield conservation in Scotland. Journal of Conflict Archaeology, 6(2). pp. 124-145. (doi:10.1179/157407811X13027741134148)

Pollard, T., and Banks, I. (2010) Now the wars are over: The past, present and future of Scottish battlefields. International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 14(3). pp. 414-441. (doi:10.1007/s10761-010-0117-7)

Banks, I., Duffy, P.R.J., and MacGregor, G. (2009) Archaeology of landscape change in South-West Scotland, 6000 bc – ad 1400: excavations at William Grant and Sons distillery, Girvan. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports, 32. pp. 1-45.

Banks, I. (2009) Battlefield archaeology. The Archaeologist, 74. pp. 10-11.

Pollard, T., and Banks, I. (2008) Archaeological investigation of military sites on Inchkeith Island. Journal of Conflict Archaeology, 4(1-2). pp. 109-136. (doi:10.1163/157407808X382782)

Book Sections

Banks, I. (2010) Control or repression: contrasting a Prisoner of War Camp and a Work Camp from World War Two. In: Archaeologies of Confinement: Bodies and Things Confined. Springer Science+Business Media, Inc: New York, USA. (In Press)

Edited Books

Pollard, T. and Banks, I., (Eds.) (2008) Bastions and barbed wire. Koninklijke Brill NV: Leiden, The Netherlands. ISBN 9789004173606

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