Neil Erskine

Research title

Routines, Movement, and Religiosity in the Ancient Near East

Grants

AHRC funded


Conferences

  • Conference paper: Movement and the religiosity of routines in the Iron Age Negev: a Deleuzo-Guattarian approach to the archaeology of religion. BANEA. University of Wales Trinity St David. Lampeter, Wales. 6-8 January 2016.
  • Conference paper: Religiosity in the Iron Age Negev: a Deleuzo-Guattarian approach to the archaeology of religion. American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX, 16-19 November 2016
  • Conference paper: Making meaning and reinforcing roles: the consumption of manufacturing experiences as a mechanism for social reproduction. BANEA. University of Glasgow. Glasgow. 4-6 January 2017
  • Conference paper: Religiosity in Routine: Movement, Landscape, and Bridging the Data-Theory Divide. American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) Annual Meeting. Boston, MA. 15-18 November 2017
  • Conference paper: Crossing the data-theory bridge: identifying routes and interpreting experiences in Middle Bronze Age Anatolia. ICAANE. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. Munich. 2nd to 7th of April 2018

Teaching

  • Archaeology in the Modern World
  • Archaeology of Europe and the Mediterranean
  • Archaeology in Theory and Practice