Dr Daniel Calderbank

  • British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Archaeology)

Research interests

Dr Daniel Calderbank is a British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow.

Project Title - Life at the Margins of Power: the reach of Mesopotamian states in the 2ndmillennium BCE

His postdoctoral research draws on ceramic assemblages from across Mesopotamia to empirically assess the ways in which ancient states materially reproduced themselves. The ultimate aim of this project is to transform our current conceptual models of early complex societies.

Daniel received his PhD in Mesopotamian Archaeology from the University of Manchester in 2018. His central 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:

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Publications

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2020

Calderbank, D. (2020) Gulf connections at Tell Khaiber. Interpreting standardised pottery styles in the Sealand period. In: Otto, A., Herles, M., Kaniuth, K., Korn, L. and Heidenreich, A. (eds.) Proceedings of the International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East. Harrassowitz, pp. 31-42. ISBN 9783447113670

2019

Glatz, C. et al. (2019) Babylonian encounters in the Upper Diyala Valley: contextualizing the results of regional survey and the 2016-2017 excavations at Khani Masi. American Journal of Archaeology, 123(3), pp. 439-471. (doi: 10.3764/aja.123.3.0439)

2018

Calderbank, D. (2018) Ancient states and infrastructural power: Europe, Asia, and America. European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire, 25(6), pp. 1081-1083. (doi: 10.1080/13507486.2018.1434046)[Book Review]

2017

Campbell, S., Moon, J., Killick, R., Calderbank, D. , Robson, E., Shepperson, M. and Slater, F. (2017) Tell Khaiber: An administrative centre of the Sealand period. Iraq, 79, pp. 21-46. (doi: 10.1017/irq.2017.1)

Calderbank, D. and Moon, J. (2017) A ceramic assemblage of the early literate periods from Sumer. In: Heffron, Y., Stone, A. and Worthington, M. (eds.) At the Dawn of History: Ancient Near Eastern Studies in Honour of J. N. Postgate. Eisenbrauns, pp. 73-84. ISBN 9781575064710

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Number of items: 5.

Articles

Glatz, C. et al. (2019) Babylonian encounters in the Upper Diyala Valley: contextualizing the results of regional survey and the 2016-2017 excavations at Khani Masi. American Journal of Archaeology, 123(3), pp. 439-471. (doi: 10.3764/aja.123.3.0439)

Campbell, S., Moon, J., Killick, R., Calderbank, D. , Robson, E., Shepperson, M. and Slater, F. (2017) Tell Khaiber: An administrative centre of the Sealand period. Iraq, 79, pp. 21-46. (doi: 10.1017/irq.2017.1)

Book Sections

Calderbank, D. (2020) Gulf connections at Tell Khaiber. Interpreting standardised pottery styles in the Sealand period. In: Otto, A., Herles, M., Kaniuth, K., Korn, L. and Heidenreich, A. (eds.) Proceedings of the International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East. Harrassowitz, pp. 31-42. ISBN 9783447113670

Calderbank, D. and Moon, J. (2017) A ceramic assemblage of the early literate periods from Sumer. In: Heffron, Y., Stone, A. and Worthington, M. (eds.) At the Dawn of History: Ancient Near Eastern Studies in Honour of J. N. Postgate. Eisenbrauns, pp. 73-84. ISBN 9781575064710

Book Reviews

Calderbank, D. (2018) Ancient states and infrastructural power: Europe, Asia, and America. European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire, 25(6), pp. 1081-1083. (doi: 10.1080/13507486.2018.1434046)[Book Review]

This list was generated on Thu May 28 17:40:09 2020 BST.