Sheffield Centre for Aegean Archaeology
Aegean archaeology has had a prominent role at Sheffield for almost thirty years. This concentration led to the establishment in 1995 of the Sheffield Centre for Aegean Archaeology with the support of the University. Since then, the Centre has gone from strength to strength, and its identity was enhanced by the establishment of a Chair in Aegean Archaeology in January 2004. Never before has there been such a concentration of both staff and postgraduate researchers as there is today, and never before have we been able to offer staff, students and academic visitors alike such excellent and wide-ranging facilities for research. The Centre remains dedicated to providing an inter-disciplinary environment for research in to all aspects of the archaeology of the Aegean.
This Web page tells you more about the staff of the Centre, its aims and objectives, current research activities, and the research facilities available to its members.
If there is any further information you require-as a potential student, visiting scholar, or a participant in our seminars, workshops and annual colloquium, please just drop us a line.
Professor John Bennet
Department of Archaeology
University of Sheffield
Sheffield, S4 1ET
Tel +44 114 22 25103
Fax +44 114 27 22563