Selected Project Collaborations 2013-16
2016 Environment & Economy in Ancient Campania: My new international multidisciplinaary project to rewrite the history of Campania from 500 AD to AD 500, using organic data as the basis for economic modelling. The project had its first workshop: 'Environment to economy in Ancient Campania: moderating and modeling the data', in March 2016. Further details on ResearchGate.
2015 British-Tunisian Utica Excavation Project (Directors: E. Fentress (Rome), J. Quinn and A. Wilson (Oxford).
Charcoal analyst (ongoing).
2014-15 Palatine Excavation, Rome (Director: Prof'ssa C. Panella, La Sapienza) 4th-3rd c BC.
Environmental co-ordinator, charcoal analyst (ongoing).
2014 Pre-Construct Southwark site (London) (Courtesy Victoria Ridgeway). Supervising the analysis of charcoal
from this excavated site for my Londinium project.
2013-14 Morgantina (Sicily) (Director, A. Walthall, U Texas). A new phase of research began at this Greek
archaic/Roman excavation in June 2013, including comprehensive environmental data collection. Set up recovery
and microphotography protocols. Supervised field collection.
I thank the following excavators for providing charcoal data for my project on the Fuel and Wood Economies of Rome and Romano Britain in the Imperial Period, which is now in the final stages of publication:
The Gabii Project (N. Terrenato, University of Michigan)
Sant'Omobono Project (N. Terrenato, University of Michigan)
Portus Project (A joint collaboration between the universities of Southampton, and Cambridge and the British
School of Rome and the Dipartimento dei Beni Culturali, Roma) (S. Keay, Southampton)
The Palatine Excavation, Rome (C. Panella, La Sapienza)
(under) Santa Maria Antiqua (H. Hurst University of Cambridge)
Castelporziano (A. Claridge, Royal Holloway, University of London)
Ostia Antica (L.M. White, University of Texas)
(under) PIazza Navona, and the Vigna Barberini (M. Dewailly, F. Villedieu, CNRS, Rome)
Villamagna, Lazio (E. Fentress, C Goodson, M. Maiuro)
Kingsley (Osbourne Farm) Alice Holt Kilns, (G. Anelay, West Sussex Archaeology, UK)
Silchester Town Life Project (M. Fulford, University of Reading)