|Research Fellows Profile
Dr Claudia Glatz
AHRC CECD, Institute of Archaeology, University College London
31-34 Gordon Square
|Research and Teaching interests
| Emergence of early states and empires
Evolutionary approaches to complex societies
The politics of craft production
Border and frontier dynamics
Bronze and Iron Ages in the Near East and East Mediterranean
| BA Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, UCL, 2001
MA Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, UCL, 2002
PhD Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, UCL, 2007
Associated AHRC CECD Projects (Phase 2):
Associated Publications - AHRC CECD - phase 2:
Bearing the marks of control? Reassessing Potmarks in Late Bronze Age Anatolia.American Journal of Archaeology.
|•||C. Glatz, A. Kandler and J. Steele (2011).|
Pottery production in the Hittite capital: Cultural selection and drift in the bowl repertoire.E. Cochrane & A. Gardner. Evolutionary and Interpretive Archaeologies: a discussion. Left Coast Press.
|•||Glatz, C., Matthews, R. and Schachner, A (2009).|
Chapter four: A landscape of conflict and control: Paphlagonia during the second millennium BC.Matthews, R. & Glatz, C. (eds.). At Empires' Edge: Project Paphlagonia Regional Survey in North-Central Turkey. British Institute at Ankara: London.
|•||Matthews, R.and Glatz, C (2009).|
Chapter eight: People and places in Paphlagonia: Trends and patterns in settlement through time.Matthews, R. & Glatz, C. (eds.). At Empires' Edge: Project Paphlagonia Regional Survey in North-Central Turkey. British Institute at Ankara: London.
|•||Glatz, C. and Matthews, R (2005).|
Anthropology of a frontier zone: Hittite-Kaska relations in Late Bronze Age north-central Anatolia.Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research. Vol 339. 47-65.