Vincent Gaffney

Anniversary Chair in Landscape Archaeology, University of Bradford

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Professor Vincent Gaffney is Anniversary Chair in Landscape Archaeology at the University of Bradford. Current research projects include the ERC-funded Advanced Grant project Lost Frontiers, and the LBI_ArchPro Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes project. He has worked extensively across Europe, America and Africa. Gaffney has received many awards for his work including the European Archaeological Heritage Prize, the Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher Education (1996 and 2022). In 2018 he was awarded an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Awards for services to scientific research.

BOOKS BY THIS CONTRIBUTOR

Europe's Lost Frontiers: Volume 1

ed. Vincent Gaffney

Europe’s Lost Frontiers was the largest directed archaeological research project in Europe, investigating the inundated landscapes of the Early Holocene North Sea – often referred to as ‘Doggerland’. The first in a series of monographs presenting the results of the project, this book provides the context of the study and method statements. READ MORE

Paperback: £45.00

Croatia at the Crossroads: A consideration of archaeological and historical connectivity

ed. Vincent Gaffney

Papers focus on Croatia’s particular interconnectedness in terms of social and cultural relationships with the wider region as the starting point for exploring issues across a broad chronological range, from human origins to modernity. READ MORE

Paperback: £40.00 | eBook: £16.00

Mapping Doggerland: The Mesolithic Landscapes of the Southern North Sea

ed. Vincent Gaffney

Mapping Doggerland documents the methodology and results of an innovative project to investigate a large area of the Southern North Sea, submerged during the last Glacial Maximum between 10,000 and 7500 bp. READ MORE

Paperback: £28.00 | eBook: £16.00

Heritage Management at Fort Hood, Texas: experiments in historic landscape characterisation

Vincent Gaffney

Carried out as an international collaboration between the Fort Hood Cultural Resource Management Team and the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity (University of Birmingham, UK), this project provides a novel application of historic landscape characterisation (HLC) methodologies at the base. READ MORE

Paperback: £19.99 | eBook: £16.00