Myfyriwr ymchwil, Archaeology, Ysgol Hanes, Archaeoleg a Chrefydd
Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
- BA Archaeology and Prehistory, 1st, University of Sheffield, 2005
- MSc Professional Archaeology, distinction, University of Oxford, 2006
Second supervisor: Dr Joshua Pollard (University of Southampton)
- Westlake, S. 2006 Routeways and waterways: the Neolithic-Bronze Age rock carvings of the Dingle peninsula in south-west Ireland from a landscape perspective Archaeological Journal 162: 1-30.
- Westlake, S. and Barnard, S. 2008 Free sites unlocked: facing the challenges at free and unstaffed properties Conservation Bulletin 58: 35.
- Westlake, S. and Sherman, L. 2009 Seeing is believing Journal of the Association for Heritage Interpretation 14(1):7-10.
- Westlake, S. and Alexander, M. 2009 Hadleigh Castle, Essex, earthwork analysis. English Heritage Research Department Report 32/2009.
- Westlake, S. and Alexander, M. 2009 Hadleigh Castle, Essex English Heritage Historical Review 4: 4-21.
- Hamerow, H. with Westlake, S. 2009 The Early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Wallingford. In K. S. B.,Keats-Rohan and D. R. Roffe (eds.) The Origins of the Borough of Wallingford: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives (p.13-16). BAR British Series 494. Oxford: BAR/Archaeopress.
- Westlake, S. 2009 A pyramid in England: Silbury Hill, Wiltshire Country Life 203(2): 40-42.
- Greaney, S. 2011 John Abraham Baylyâs view of Little Kits Coty House English Heritage Historical Review 5: 6-11.
- Greaney, S. 2013 Reconstruction drawings: illustrating the evidence In Mills, N. Presenting the Romans: Interpreting the Frontiers of the Roman Empire World Heritage Site (p.31-39).Woodbridge: Boydell Press.
- Greaney, S. and Last, J. 2013 Houses and settlement. In Canti, M., Campbell, G. and Greaney, S.(eds.) Stonehenge World Heritage Site Synthesis: prehistoric landscape, environment and economy. English Heritage Research Report 45/2013.
- Greaney, S. 2013 Set in Stone: How our ancestors saw Stonehenge. London: English Heritage/ Scala Publishing.
Undertaking PhD part-time, also work for English Heritage as Senior Properties Historian in Bristol. Previously involved in the Stonehenge visitor centre project (2009-2014).
The archaeology of power: understanding the emergence and development of Neolithic monument complexes in Britain and Ireland
The aim of my research is to understand the conditions under which Neolithic monument complexes emerged, and how they were maintained and renewed over time. Specifically I will be looking at the different forms of power within the societies who built these complexes, by charting how power has been articulated in evolutionary, neo-Marxist and post-processual approaches, to more recent ideas about power as inherent within non-human aspects of the world. These various theoretical approaches will be applied to the latest archaeological information and chronological data from well-known monument complexes in Wessex (including Stonehenge and Avebury), Ireland (Bend of the Boyne) and Scotland (Orkney).
Start date: October 2014
Funded by the AHRC via the South West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership.