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Professor Chris Fowler
Social arrangements: kinship, descent and affinity in the mortuary architecture of Early Neolithic Britain and Ireland2022
Professor Chris Fowler
A high-resolution picture of kinship practices in an Early Neolithic tomb2021
Professor Chris Fowler
Dr Michelle Gamble
Change and diversity in Neolithic mortuary practices on the Isle of Man2021
Professor Chris Fowler
Ontology in Neolithic Britain & Ireland: beyond animism2021
Professor Chris Fowler
Petrification in the Neolithic? Comparing the use of wood and stone in the architecture of Neolithic Britain and Ireland2021
Professor Chris Fowler
Neolithic Bodies, edited by Penny Bickle & Emilie Sibbesson, 2018 (Oxbow) [Book review]2020
Professor Chris Fowler
Personifying Prehistory: Relational ontologies in Bronze Age Britain and Ireland Joanna Brück, 2019 (OUP) [Book review]2020
Rachel Crellin
Professor Chris Fowler
Dr Michelle Gamble
Thinking outside the cist: interpreting a unique artefact assemblage from an Early Bronze Age burial on the Isle of Man2020
Professor Chris Fowler
Personhood, the life course and mortuary practices in Mesolithic, Neolithic and Chalcolithic Europe.2018
Professor Chris Fowler
The Beaker phenomenon and the genomic transformation of northwest Europe2018
Professor Chris Fowler
Relational typologies, assemblage theory and Early Bronze Age burials2017
Dr Clive Waddington
Professor Chris Fowler
Discussion2016
Professor Chris Fowler
Early Bronze Age mortuary practices in North-East England and South-East Scotland: Using relational typologies to trace social networks2016
Dr Clive Waddington
Professor Chris Fowler
Excavation2016
Rachel Crellin
Professor Chris Fowler
Prehistory without borders: an introduction2016
Rachel Crellin
Professor Chris Fowler
Prehistory without borders: the prehistoric archaeology of the Tyne-Forth region2016
Professor Chris Fowler
Relational Personhood Revisited2016
Professor Sam Turner
Professor Chris Fowler
The bones of the Northumbrian landscape: technologies of social change in the conversion period2016
Professor Chris Fowler
Change and continuity in Early Bronze Age mortuary rites: a case study from Northumberland2015
Professor Chris Fowler
Dr Oliver Harris
Enduring relations: exploring a paradox of new materialism2015
Professor Chris Fowler
Mortuary practices and bodily representations in north-west Europe2015
Professor Chris Fowler
Dr Jan Harding
Oxford Handbook of Neolithic Europe2015
Professor Chris Fowler
Dr Jan Harding
The Oxford Handbook of Neolithic Europe: an introduction2015
Professor Chris Fowler
Dynamic assemblages, or the past is what endures: change and the duration of relations2014
Professor Chris Fowler
Memory, Myth and Long-Term Landscape Inhabitation, edited by A M Chadwick & C Gibson [Book review]2014
Dr Michelle Gamble
Professor Chris Fowler
A re-assessment of Early Bronze Age human remains in Tyne and Wear Museums: results and implications for interpreting Early Bronze Age burials from North-East England and beyond.2013
Professor Chris Fowler
Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age burials in North-East England.2013
Professor Chris Fowler
Identities in Transformation: identities, funerary rites and the mortuary process2013
Dr Michelle Gamble
Professor Chris Fowler
Osteological Analysis of Early Bronze Age human skeletal remains in Tyne and Wear Museums.2013
Professor Chris Fowler
The Emergent Past: A Relational Realist Archaeology of Early Bronze Age Mortuary Practices2013
Professor Chris Fowler
Personhood and the Body2011
Professor Chris Fowler
From Identity and Material Culture to Personhood and Materiality2010
Professor Chris Fowler
Pattern and diversity in the Early Neolithic mortuary practices of Britain and Ireland: contextualising the treatment of the dead2010
Professor Chris Fowler
Relational personhood as a subject of anthropology and archaeology: comparative and complementary analyses2010
Professor Chris Fowler
Comment on 'Funerals as Feasts: Why Are They So Important?' by Brian Hayden2009
Professor Chris Fowler
Comment on 'The regeneration of life: Neolithic structures of symbolic remembering and forgetting' (Ian Kuijt, this issue)2008
Professor Chris Fowler
Fractal bodies in the past and present2008
Professor Chris Fowler
From Cairn to Cemetery : An archaeological investigation of the chambered cairns and early Bronze Age mortuary deposits at Cairnderry and Bargrennan White Cairn, south-west Scotland2007
Professor Chris Fowler
Inside the Neolithic mind: consciousness, cosmos and the realm of the gods' - By David Lewis-Williams and David Pearce2007
Professor Chris Fowler
Landscape and personhood2007
Professor Chris Fowler
Identity politics: personhood, kinship, gender and power in Neolithic and early Bronze Age Britain2005
Professor Chris Fowler
The Archaeology of Plural and Changing Identities : Beyond Identification2004
Professor Chris Fowler
In touch with the past? Bodies, monuments and the sacred in the Manx Neolithic2004
Professor Chris Fowler
The Archaeology of Personhood: An anthropological approach2004
Professor Chris Fowler
The form and setting of Manx chambered cairns: cultural comparisons and social interpretations2004
Professor Chris Fowler
The Neolithic of the Irish Sea: Materiality and traditions of practice2004
Professor Chris Fowler
Excavations at Cairnderry chambered cairn, Dumfries and Galloway, 20032003
Professor Chris Fowler
Places of transformation: building monuments from water and stone in the Neolithic of the Irish Sea2003
Professor Chris Fowler
Rates of (ex)change: Decay and growth, memory and the transformation of the dead in early Neolithic southern Britain2003
Professor Chris Fowler
Body parts: Personhood and materiality in the Manx Neolithic2002
Professor Chris Fowler
Personhood and social relations in the British Neolithic, with a study from the Isle of Man2001
Professor Chris Fowler
The subject, the individual, and archaeological interpretation: reading Judith Butler and Luce Irigaray2000