Dr Neil Erskine
- University Lecturer (Archaeology)
- Tutor in Archaeology (School of Humanities)
My research interests focus on approaches to socialisation and experience in the deep past. I am especially interested in the development of theoretical frameworks suited to interpreting how ancient individuals interacted with and thought about their world, particularly its cultic aspects. I carry out fieldwork in Israel (Tell Azekah) and Iraq (Khani Masi) and my research explores the Bronze and Iron Ages in these regions as well as Syria and Anatolia.
Archaeology in the Modern World
Twenty Things that Changed the World