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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Lydia Wysocki
Dr Mark Jackson
Dr Jane Webster
Making the invisible visible: hyperlinked webcomics as alternative points of entry to the digitised Gertrude Bell archive2020
Dr Jane Webster
Collecting for the cabinet of freedom: the parliamentary history of Thomas Clarkson's chest2017
Dr Jane Webster
Creolisation2016
Dr Jane Webster
‘Success to the Dobson’: commemorative artefacts depicting 18th-century British slave ships2015
Dr Jane Webster
A Dirty Window on the Iron Age? Recent Developments in the Archaeology of Pre-Roman Celtic Religion2015
Dr Jane Webster
Louise Tolson
Material Testimonies: Landscapes, Artefacts, and the Oral Tradition2014
Dr Jane Webster
Louise Tolson
Richard Carlton
The Artefact as Interviewer: Experimenting with Oral History at the Ovenstone Miners’ Cottages Site, Northumberland2014
Professor Sam Turner
Dr Jane Webster
Dr Maria Duggan
Medieval and later settlement around Chassenon (Charente), France: fieldwork in 20122013
Professor Sam Turner
Dr Jane Webster
Dr Maria Duggan
Chassenon: développement d'un paysage historique. Rapport 2012.2012
Professor Sam Turner
Dr Jane Webster
Medieval and later settlement around Chassenon (Charente), France: fieldwork in 20112011
Professor Sam Turner
Dr Jane Webster
Rapport du projet collectif de recherche. Cassinomagus, l'agglomération et son ensemble monumental : chronologie, organisation et techniques2011
Dr Jane Webster
A distant diaspora: thinking comparatively about origins, migration and Roman slavery2010
Dr Jane Webster
Routes to slavery in the Roman World: a comparative perspective on the archaeology of forced migration2010
Professor Diana Paton
Dr Jane Webster
Remembering Slave Trade Abolitions: Reflections on 2007 in International Perspective2009
Dr Jane Webster
The Unredeemed Object: Displaying Abolitionist Artefacts in 20072009
Dr Jane Webster
Historical archaeology and the slave ship2008
Dr Jane Webster
Less beloved. Roman archaeology, slavery and the failure to compare2008
Dr Robert Young
Dr Jane Webster
Love letters, love stories and landscape archaeology: reflections on working in the North Pennines2008
Dr Jane Webster
Slave Ships and Maritime Archaeology: An Overview2008
Dr Jane Webster
Rome and the 'Barbarians'2007
Dr Jane Webster
The material culture of slave shipping2007
Dr Jane Webster
The Zong case in the context of the eighteenth-century slave trade2007
Dr Jane Webster
Archaeologies of slavery and servitude: bringing ‘New World’ perspectives to Roman Britain2005
Dr Jane Webster
Concordance I: The contents of the major groups2005
Dr Jane Webster
Green glass bottles2005
Dr Jane Webster
Historical Archaeology and the Middle Passage2005
Dr Jane Webster
Art as resistance and negotiation2003
Dr Jane Webster
Roman imperialism and provincial art2003
Dr Jane Webster
Creolizing the Roman Provinces2001
Dr Jane Webster
A New Roman Britain? Recent Developments in Romano-British Archaeology1999
Dr Jane Webster
At the End of the World: Druidic and Other Revitalization Movements in Post-Conquest Gaul and Britain1999
Dr Jane Webster
Here be dragons! Roman attitudes to Northern Britain1999
Dr Jane Webster
Resisting traditions: ceramics, identity and consumer choice in the Outer Hebrides from 1800 to the present1999
Dr Jane Webster
Ethnographic barbarity: colonial discourse and ‘Celtic warrior societies’1996
Dr Jane Webster
Roman imperialism and the 'post imperial age'1996