Chris has recently been directing the English Landscape and Identities project looking at the history of the English Landscape from 1500 BC to AD 1088 (funded by the ERC), and the European Celtic Art in Context project, exploring Celtic art and its eastern connections (funded by the Leverhulme Trust). Chris is also finishing a project on the English Collections of the Pitt Rivers Museum (funded by the ESRC).
The History of Magic From Alchemy to Witchcraft, from the Ice Age to the Present
Drawing on his decades of research, with incredible breadth and authority, Professor Chris Gosden provides a timely history of human thought and the role it has played in shaping civilization, and how we might use magic to rethink our ...
Making Mounds: Monuments in Eurasian Prehistory
GOSDEN, C, HOMMEL, P, NIMURA, C
Romankiewicz, T, Fernandez-Gotz, M, Lock, G, Buchsenschutz, O
Enclosing Space, Opening New Ground Iron Age Studies from Scotland to Mainland Europe
The ups & downs of Iron Age animal management on the Oxfordshire Ridgeway, south-central England: A multi-isotope approach