Mark Gardiner

Mark Gardiner is Associate Professor of Archaeology at the University of Lincoln. He has worked on analysing the structures of excavated buildings since he uncovered his first more than thirty years ago. He subsequently studied standing medieval masonry and timber-framed buildings, publishing on the interpretations of their structural history and social implications.


‘For My Descendants and Myself, a Nice and Pleasant Abode’ – Agency, Micro-history and Built Environment

ed. Mark Gardiner

This volume examines how people have been making, using and transforming buildings and built environments, and how buildings have been perceived, from the Byzantine period to modern times. It also considers a diversity of built constructions – including dwellings and public buildings, sheds and manor houses, and secular and sacral structures. READ MORE

Paperback: £35.00 | eBook: £16.00