New books just published 2022

Congratulations to our colleagues Prof. Graeme Warren and Dr Annalisa Christie on the publication of their new books!

Prof. Warren's book, Hunter-Gatherer Ireland: Making Connections in an Island World (Oxbow 2022), is a new synthesis of the Irish Mesolithic and summarises 20 years of research into the period. It provides an account of the lives of hunter-gatherers in the deep-time Irish past which foregrounds the connections between people and the things, beings and spirits with which they shared their world. It emphasises the decisions made by hunter-gatherers in the deep time Irish past. Each chapter starts with a detailed account of an individual artefact, feature or excavation. Order here or from your local bookshop!

Dr Christie's book Achaeological Investigations of the Maldives in the Medieval Islamic Period is co-authored with Prof. Anne Haour (University of East Anglia) and is published by Routledge. This book presents the outcomes of the Leverhulme-funded Cowrie shells: An early global commodity project, and has been described by Prof. Michael Feener (Kyoto Univeristy Centre for Southeast Asian Studies & Director of the Maritime Asia Heritage Survey) as a "landmark volume", which "should become the new standard reference for anyone interested in the history of Indian Ocean networks, economic history and Islamic studies". Order here or from your local bookshop!