Dr. B. Chan
Ben Chan is a prehistoric archaeologist and a lithics analyst focusing on all forms of techno-typological analyses and use-wear analysis. He has a particular interest in settlement archaeology and the archaeology of craft and subsistence practices. Ben has worked extensively on the Neolithic landscapes of Stonehenge, Avebury, and Orkney. He currently works at the University of Bristol having previously held a Marie Curie Intra-European fellowship at Leiden University.
Books by B. Chan
Artefact Biographies from Mesolithic and Neolithic Europe and Beyond
Papers in honour of Professor Annelou van Gijn
Edited by A. Verbaas, G. Langejans, A. Little and B. Chan | Forthcoming
This volume has been written in honour of Professor Annelou van Gijn in order to celebrate her distinguished career as an archaeologist and, above all, as an expert in the study of material culture. Annelou…