Gavin Lucas – Prófessor

 

Gavin Lucas

Staða: Prófessor

Netfang: gavin@hi.is

Um Gavin:

Gavin studied for his BA at the Institute of Archaeology, London and his PhD at Cambridge; before becoming a letcurer at the University, he worked in contract archaeology, mainly in Cambridge.

Rannsóknir:

Gavin‘s field of research interests lie in archaeological theory and the archaeology of the modern world (c. 1600-present day). He is currently involved in the analysis of material from excavations at Skálholt (2002-7) and the preparation of a book on the project. He is also involved in an international project on modern ruins (www.ruinmemories.org) where he is investigated the abandoned fishing village on Viðey.

Kennsla:

Aðferðafræði 2; Kennileg fornleifafræði; Thirteen Things; Vettvangsnámskeið

Útgefið efni:

(selected list only)

Lucas, G., 2010. Time and the archaeological archive. Rethinking History, 14(3), 343-59. Lucas, G. 2010. The Tensions of Modernity: Skálholt in the 17th and 18th centuries. Journal of North Atlantic Archaeology, Special Volume 1: 75-88

Lucas, G., 2010. Triangulating Absence: exploring the fault-lines between archaeology and anthropology, in Archaeology and Anthropology. Understanding similarity, exploring difference, eds. D. Garrow & T. Yarrow Oxford: Oxbow Books, 28-39.

Lucas, G., 2010. Fieldwork and Collecting, in Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies, eds. D. Hicks & M. C. Beaudry Oxford: Oxford University Press, 227-43.

Lucas, G. 2010. The Ceramic Revolution in Iceland 1850-1950, in J. Symonds (ed.) Table Settings: the Material Culture and Social Context of Dining, AD 1700-1900, Oxford: Oxbow Books, 125-132

Lucas, G. 2010. Class Identity and Postcolonialism, in J. Lydon & U. Rizvi (eds.) Handbook of Postcolonial Archaeology, Walnut Creek, Left Coast Press. 349-357.

Lucas, G. (ed.) 2009. Hofstaðir. Excavations of a Viking Age Feasting Hall in North-eastern Iceland. Reykjavík: Institute of Archaeology.

Lucas, G. 2008. ‘Pálstóftir: A Viking Age Shieling in Iceland’, Norwegian Archaeological Review 41(1): 85-100

Lucas, G. & T.H. McGovern, 2008. ‘Bloody Slaughter. Ritual Decapitation and Display at the Viking Settlement of Hofstaðir, Iceland’ European Journal of Archaeology 10(1): 7-30

Lucas, G. 2007 ´Víkingaaldarbyggðin á Hofstöðum í Mývatnssveit’ Árbók hins íslenzka fornleifafélags 2004-2005: 101-118 Lucas, G. 2007 ‘Pálstóftir. Sel frá víkingaöld við Kárahnjúka’ Múlaþing 34: 110-119

Mjöll Snæsdóttir & Gavin Lucas 2007 ‘Kostur Skálholts’ Árnessingur VIII: 75-103 Lucas, G. 2006. ‘Historical Archaeology and Time’, in The Cambridge Companion to Historical Archaeology, eds. Dan Hicks and Mary Beaudry, CUP, pp.34-47

Mjöll Snæsdóttir, Gavin Lucas and Orri Vésteinsson, 2006. ‘Fornleifar og rannsóknir í Skálholti’, in Saga biskupsstólanna, eds. Gunnar Kristjánsson and Óskar Guðmundsson, Bókaútgáfan Hólar, pp. 675-697 Lucas, G. M. (2005) The Archaeology of Time. Routledge.

Lucas, G. M (2004) ‘Íslensk fornleifafræði í norður-evrópsku samhengi’, Ritið 2: 11-28. Lucas, G. M. (2004) An Archaeology of Colonial Identity. Power and Material Culture in the Dwars Valley, South Africa, 1688-1910.

Kluwer. Lucas, G. M. (2004) ‘Modern Disturbances. On the Ambiguities of Archaeology’ Modernism/modernity 11 Lucas, G. M. (2003) ‘Reading Pottery. Literature and Transfer-printed pottery in the early Nineteenth Century’, International Journal of Historical Archaeology 7

Lucas G. M. (2002) ‘Disposability and Dispossession in the Twentieth Century’ Journal of Material Culture 7: 5-22

Lucas, G. M. (2001) ‘Destruction and the Rhetoric of Excavation. Norwegian Archaeological Review 34: 35-46.

Buchli, V. & Lucas, G. M (eds.) (2001) Archaeologies of the Contemporary Past. Routledge.

Lucas, G. M. (2001) Critical Approaches to Fieldwork. Historical and Contemporary Archaeological Practice. Routledge.

Buchli, V. & Lucas, G.M. (2000) ‘Childhood and Modernity’, in The Archaeology of Childhood, ed. J. Sofaer-Deverenski. Routledge.

Lucas G.M. (1999) ‘The Archaeology of the Workhouse’, in The Familiar Past? Archaeologies of Britain 1550-1995, eds. Tarlow & West Routledge.