Professor Philip J. Piper

Professor Philip J. Piper

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


Phone: 612 50526

Location: Room 210, Upper Floor, Banks Building (#44), Linnaeus Way


PhD Archaeology (University of York)

Researcher profile:

Zooarchaeology and Palaeoecology, Transition from hunting to animal management in Mainland and Island Southeast Asia, Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Subsistence Strategies, Prehistoric island colonization and adaptation, the application of zooarchaeology and palaeoecology to issues of contemporary bioloigcal conservation. 

The Neolithic Transition in central and southern Vietnam

The Mindoro Prehistoric Research Project, Philippines

Grants are drawn from ARIES.

Tracking the development of agricultural lifestyles in island Southeast Asia through modern and prehistoric rodent communities. (Secondary Investigator)

Landscape, resources and human migration during the Southeast Asian Neolithic (Secondary Investigator)

Identifying the transition from hunting to animal management in mainland and Island Southeast Asia: Origins, impacts and proxies for human migration (Primary Investigator)

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