Dr Michelle W. de Gruchy
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ph.D. Durham University, 2017
M.A. Archaeology of the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East, University College London, 2008
Hon.B.A. (Honours) Archaeology, minor Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto, 2006
I am a postdoctoral research assistant on the Climate, Landscape, Settlement and Society (CLaSS) Project: Exploring Human-Environmental Interaction in the Ancient Near East.
Department of Archaeology
- Landscapes of Complex Society Research Group
Department of Geography
- Fragile Crescent, The: Settlement Change during the Urban Transition
- Landscape Archaeology
- Late Prehistoric Middle East
- Quantitative Route Analysis
- de Gruchy, Michelle, Caswell, Edward & Edwards, James (2017). Velocity-Based Terrain Coefficients for Time-Based Models of Human Movement. Internet Archaeology (45).
- de Gruchy, Michelle, Deckers, Katleen & Riehl, Simone (2016). A diachronic reconstruction of the Northern Mesopotamian landscape (4th to 2nd millennia BCE) from three separate sources of evidence. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 8: 250-267.
- de Gruchy, M. (2015). Beyond Replication: The Quantification of Route Models in the North Jazira, Iraq. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 23(2): 427-447.
- Cunliffe, E., de Gruchy, M. & Stammitti, E. (2012). How to Build a Dam and Save Cultural Heritage. International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era 1(supplement 1): 221-226.
- Cunliffe, E., de Gruchy, M. & Stammitti, E. (2012). Dam(ned) Archaeology. International Water Power & Dam Construction