Dr Steve Mills
I am currently co-supervising the following PhD students:
Adele Burnett - Roman Forts in their Landscapes started 2012
Heather Crowley - The impact of the crusades on rural settlement: village structures and obligations in the Levant started 2011
Rhiannon Philp - Changing tides : Understanding the context of prehistoric sea level changes in South Wales started 2014
Sian Thomas - The South West Peninsula and the Roman World: A New Interpretation of Social Identity during the 1st to 4th centuries AD started 2013 (AHRC funded)
Scott Williams - Visualising a complex landscape: evaluating digital technologies in the reinterpretation of late period north Saqqara started 2014
Catherine Preston was awarded a PhD in 2010 - Modern visualization techniques applied to the historical development of the South Wales coalfield
Caroline Pudney was awarded a PhD in 2012 - The Severn Wonders: communication and community in the Severn Estuary in the Iron Age and Roman Periods.
Christopher Timmins was awarded a PhD in 2011 - Form and location of Iron Age enclosures in Wales
I also provide support and training in IT (particularly in the application of GIS) for postgraduate taught and research students from across the School.