Dr Daniel Calderbank
- Tutor (Archaeology)
Dr Daniel Calderbank received his PhD in Mesopotamian Archaeology from the University of Manchester in 2018. His research interests include:
- Early complex societies
- The materiality of state power
- The archaeology of the Sealand Dynasty
- Craft traditions
- Pottery production and use
- The materiality and social significance of food ways
- Cultural heritage protection and outreach
Daniel has worked on archaeological excavation and survey projects in southern Iraq, Iraqi-Kurdistan, Cyprus, and Scotland, and is currently involved with the following projects:
- Ur Region Archaeology Project (URAP). Tell Khaiber. Ceramicist.
- Sirwan Regional Project (SRP). Team Member.
- Archaeological Practice and Heritage Protection in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Team Member.
- Archaeology of Europe and the Mediterranean (Level 2) (Convenor)
- Feasting Like the Ancients: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Early Food and Drink (Honours and Masters) (Convenor)
- Theory and Interpretation in Archaeology (Honours)