Dr Ash Lenton

Dr Ash Lenton

Position: Lecturer in Archaeology
School and/or Centres: Archaeology

Email: Ash.Lenton@anu.edu.au

Phone: 612 52523

Location: Room 115A, Lower Floor, Banks Building (#44), Linnaeus Way

Qualification:

Ph.D (2013) University of Reading. Dept. Of Archaeology. Title: ‘Structuring Ethnicity: Ethnic Identities & Diasporic Communities in the Architecture of Later Medieval Córdoba.’ P.G. Cert. (2007) Kellogg College, Oxford University. Architectural History. M.A. (2004) University of York. Archaeological Heritage Management. B.A.(Hons.) (2001) University of Sheffield. Archaeology. H.N.D. (1994) Nottingham Trent University. Building Surveying.

Ash Lenton is a Research Fellow in Historical Archaeology & an Archaeological Surveyor. His Ph.D was interdisciplinary and focused on the ethnic and diasporic identities of ethno-religious communities in medieval Spain.

Ash is currently engaged on the Triabunna Barracks, Ribchester Revisited and Nienburg Wolpe Research Projects. As part of these projects he convenes Field School courses in Historical Archaeology. Also, he teaches undergraduate classes in Roman and Medieval archaeology, and Master Classes in the Archaeological Science.

Colonial Encounters; Social History; Industrial Archaeology; Technology & Identity; Ethnoarchaeology; Medieval Architecture; Post-Medieval & Colonial Architecture; Archaeological Theory.

Publications

Lenton, D.A. Forthcoming. The History and Archaeology of Blundell’s Cottage, Canberra.

Lenton, D.A. 2018. "Ethnic Buildways: Phenomenology in the Architectural Grammar of Later Medieval Córdoba (Spain)" in Liz Thomas and Jill Campbell (eds.) Buildings in Society: International Studies in the Historic Era, pp 63-78. Oxford, Archaeopress.

Lenton, D.A. 2015. ‘Domestic & Social Practice in Later Medieval Córdoba, Spain', in Bourton, M., Hawkes, J. & Herman, M. (eds.) The Art, Literature and Material Culture of the Medieval World. Dublin: Four Courts Press.

 

Reports

Lenton, D.A., Flexner, J.L., Frieman, C.J. & Ricardi, P. 2016. Triabunna Barracks, 3 Charles Street, Triabunna, Tasmania: Interim Report No.1. Canberra, ANU SAA.

Lenton, D.A., Caulfield, T., Legge, R. & Popple, M. 2015. Blundell’s Cottage, Parkes, Canberra: Archaeological Building Report No. BC0913. Canberra, ANU SAA.

Lenton, D.A. & Frieman, C.J. 2014. Australian Cornish Mining Heritage Site: Moonta & The Copper Triangle, SA. National Heritage Research Report. Canberra, ANU School of Archaeology & Anthropology

Lenton, D.A. & Frieman, C.J. 2014. Australian Cornish Mining Heritage Site: Burra State Heritage Area, South Australia. National Heritage Research Report. Canberra, ANU School of Archaeology & Anthropology.

Lenton, D.A. 2005. Adwalton Moor, West Yorkshire: a Civil War Battlefield. York, Mike Griffiths & Assocs.

Lenton, D. A. 2004. Hungate: Developing the Past. York, City of York.

Lenton, D.A. 2005. Adwalton Moor, West Yorkshire: a Civil War Battlefield. York, Mike Griffiths & Assocs.

Lenton, D. A. 2004. Hungate: Developing the Past. York, City of York.

 

Professional associations

The Chartered Institute of Building (Corporate Member)

The Institute for Archaeologists

The Medieval Society

The Post-Medieval Society

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