The English landscape has been described as the richest historical record we possess. Society has developed in geographical pockets, as reflected in our attitudes, beliefs, social structures, industries...Read more
3D methods of digitally documenting objects, sites, and landscapes offer significant potential to archaeology and heritage management. Digital data can be a way of archiving heritage (the need...Read more
This two year part-time MSc course is concerned with understanding human impacts on past landscapes through the theory and methods of landscape archaeology. The course is intended for those with a degree...Read more
Explore topical issues ranging from human-environment interaction to rock art in the landscape, with unparallelled access to rich natural resources for landscape study in the Yorkshire Moors, Dales and Wolds. ...Read more
The MA in Garden and Landscape History introduces students to key historical approaches, sources and methods relevant to the study of gardens and landscapes throughout history. You will learn how to acquire...Read more
Oxford is a research-intensive university, and the subject of Archaeology is currently ranked as No.1 in the world by the QS World Rankings.
Dr David Griffiths, Reader in Archaeology at Oxford...Read more