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Lecturer in archaeology, University of New England

Nathan's research interests include palaeo-environmental history especially in the Near East and Mediterranean. Within this broad scope, he is primarily interested in the history of woodland management, the archaeology of human-environment interactions, the analysis of climate change and human impact, development of techniques and methodologies related to palaeo-environment reconstruction, the archaeology of landscape trade and exchange, socio-political and socio-economic development.


  • –present
    Honorary Researcher, The University of Queensland