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Dr Borja Legarra Herrero
106
31-34 Gordon Square
31-34 Gordon Square
London
England
WC1H 0PY
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Appointment
  • Senior Teaching Fellow in Comparative Mediterranean Prehistory
  • Institute of Archaeology Gordon Square
  • Institute of Archaeology
  • Faculty of S&HS
Research Summary

  • Socio-political change in the Mediterranean, 5th - 1st Millennia BC (Neolithic to Early Iron Age, Mediterranean): An exploration of the highly dynamic period in which major changes in socio-political structure occurred in several areas around the Mediterranean basin This research weighs broad themes typical from Mediterranean archaeology, such as exploitation strategies and trade and exchange, against the particular local ecologies of several regions around the basin in order to explain socio-cultural dynamics.
  • State formation on Bronze Age Crete (Early and Middle Bronze Age): Crete presents one of the most peculiar cases of early state formation in the world and eludes easy explanation. The comprehensive study of long-term changes in burial practices on the island enables innovative research frameworks that help to explain ideological and cognitive changes in Cretan populations and also gives us new insights in the understanding of early complex societies in general.
  • The later prehistory of South East Spain

Teaching Summary

Course Co-ordinatorARCL0005 Introduction to Greek Archaeology
Course Co-ordinator: ARCL0028 The Prehistoric Mediterranean
Course Co-ordinatorARCL0068 The Late Bronze Age Aegean in the Mediterranean World
Course Co-ordinatorARCL0066 The Emergence of Bronze Age Aegean Civilisation 
Course Co-ordinator: ARCL0135 Aegean Prehistory: major themes and current debates
Course Co-ordinatorARCL0141 Mediterranean Prehistory

Academic Background
2006   Doctor of Philosophy University College London
2002   Master of Arts University College London
2000   Bachelor of Arts Universidad de Deusto
1998   Bachelor of Arts Universidad de Deusto
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