Senior lecturer in archaeology, UCL

Kris is a senior lecturer in archaeology at UCL. He is currently undertaking a large-scale survey of the Roman city of Verulamium, as well as writing-up his previous project at Noviodunum in Romania. He is also director of the Welwyn Archaeological Society and is a member of Council of the Royal Numismatic Society. Kris recently edited "Archaeology in Hertfordshire: Recent Research" which was published in September 2015.

Kris works with archaeological societies in Hertfordshire and neighboring counties undertaking geophysical surveys as a development out of the Sensing the Iron Age and Roman Past project.

Areas of interest include:

Geophysical survey in archaeology
Archaeological methods, especially in field archaeology, including field survey, photography, and excavation.
Iron age and Roman archaeology and numismatics particularly in the UK and Romania.
Multivariate Statistical methods.
The archaeology and history of Hertfordshire.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior lecturer in archaeology, UCL

Education

  • 1996 
    PhD, UCL
  • 1989 
    MSc, University of Southampton
  • 1987 
    BA, University of Durham