Professor Amy Bogaard

Research activities

Research awards

Shanghai Archaeology Forum Research Award for AGRICURB (ERC) and Crop stable isotope (NERC) projects (2015)


  • Agricultural productivity in past societies: Toward an empirically informed model for testing cultural evolutionary hypotheses

    Currie, TE, Bogaard, A, Cesaretti, R, Edwards, N, Francois, P, Holden, P, Hoyer, D, Korotayev, A, Manning, J, Moreno Garcia, JC, Oyebamiji, OK, Petrie, C
    et al
  • Farming, inequality and urbanization: a comparative analysis of late prehistoric northern Mesopotamia and south-west Germany

    Bogaard, AM, Styring, A, Whitlam, J, Fochesato, M, Bowles, S
    Edited by:
    Kohler, TA, Smith, ME
  • Integration of cereal cultivation and animal husbandry in the British Neolithic: the evidence of charred plant remains from timber buildings at Lismore Fields

    Jones, G, Bogaard, A
  • The archaeobotany of large-scale hermetic cereal storage at the Hittite capital of Hattusha

    Diffey, C, Neef, R, Bogaard, A
  • The Proof is in the Pudding: Crop Isotope Analysis Provides Direct Insights into Agricultural Production and Consumption

    Styring, AK, Knipper, C, Müller-Scheeßel, N, Grupe, G, Bogaard, A
  • Towards an integrated bioarchaeological perspective on the central European Neolithic: understanding the pace and rhythm of social processes through comparative discussion of the western loess belt and Alpine foreland

    Bogaard, A, Jacomet, S, Schibler, J
  • Revisiting the potential of carbonized grain to preserve biogenic 87Sr/86Sr signatures within the burial environment

    Styring, AK, Evans, JA, Nitsch, EK, Lee-Thorp, JA, Bogaard, A
  • Cooking plant foods in the northern Aegean: Microbotanical evidence from Neolithic Stavroupoli (Thessaloniki, Greece)

    García-Granero, JJ, Urem-Kotsou, D, Bogaard, A, Kotsos, S
  • Pre-agricultural plant management in the uplands of the central Zagros: the archaeobotanical evidence from Sheikh-e Abad

    Whitlam, J, Bogaard, A, Matthews, R, Matthews, W, Mohammadifar, Y, Ilkhani, H, Charles, M
  • From Traditional Farming in Morocco to Early Urban Agroecology in Northern Mesopotamia: Combining Present-day Arable Weed Surveys and Crop Isotope Analysis to Reconstruct Past Agrosystems in (Semi-)arid Regions

    Bogaard, A, Styring, A, Ater, M, Hmimsa, Y, Green, L, Stroud, E, Whitlam, J, Diffey, C, Nitsch, E, Charles, M, Jones, G, Hodgson, J
  • Material Correlates Analysis (MCA): An Innovative Way of Examining Questions in Archaeology Using Ethnographic Data

    Gantley, M, Bogaard, A, Whitehouse, H
  • A tale of two tells: dating the Çatalhöyük West Mound

    Orton, D, Anvari, J, Gibson, C, Last, J, Bogaard, A, Rosenstock, E, Biehl, PF
  • Preservation and Interpretation of δ34S Values in Charred Archaeobotanical Remains

    Bogaard, AM, Nitsch, E, Vaiglova, P, Lamb, A, Heaton, THEH, Fraser, R, Hartman, G, Moreno-Jiménez, E, López-Piñeiro, A, Peña-Abades, A, Fairbairn, A, Eriksen, J
  • Using stable isotopes and functional weed ecology to explore social differences in early urban contexts: The case of Lattara in mediterranean France

    Alagich, R, Gardeisen, A, Alonso, N, Rovira, N, Bogaard, A
  • Quantitative historical analysis uncovers a single dimension of complexity that structures global variation in human social organization.

    Turchin, P, Currie, TE, Whitehouse, H, François, P, Feeney, K, Mullins, D, Hoyer, D, Collins, C, Grohmann, S, Savage, P, Mendel-Gleason, G, Turner, E
    et al
  • More

Undergraduate teaching

Undergraduate course convenor for:

  • Honour Moderations Paper 4 - The Nature of Archaeological & Anthropological Enquiry
  • Honour Moderations - Practical classes
  • FHS option paper - From Hunting & Gathering to States & Empires in Southwest Asia
  • FHS option paper - Later Prehistory of Europe

Director of Studies for undergraduates in A&A at St Peter's College.

Postgraduate teaching

Postgraduate taught course options in: 

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