Staff and Governance
The day-to-day running of IMEMS is the responsibility of the Core Executive Committee, comprising the Director and Associate Directors and the Administrator.
Dr Pam Graves - all publications
- Gerrard, C.M., Graves, C.P., Millard, A.R., Annis, R & Caffell, A. (2018). Lost Lives, New Voices. Unlocking the stories of the Scottish soldiers from the Battle of Dunbar 1650. Oxbow Books.
- Graves, C. P. & Heslop, D. (2013). Newcastle upon Tyne, The Eye of the North: An Archaeological Assessment. Oxbow Books.
- Graves, CP (2013). North Sea Capital.
- Graves, CP (2001). The Window Glass of the Order of St Gilbert of Sempringham: A York-Based Study. York: Council for British Archaeology.
- Graves, CP (2000). The Form and Fabric of Belief an archaeology of the lay experience of religion in medieval Norfolk and Devon. British Archaeological Reports, British Series No. 311: Oxford: Archaeopress.
- Kemp, RL & Graves, CP (1996). The church and Gilbertine priory of St. Andrew, Fishergate. York: YAT/Council for British Archaeology.
Chapter in book
- Graves, C. P. (2018). Chapter Five: “Curst Dunbar” and Durham. In Lost Lives, New Voices: Unlocking the stories of the Scottish Soldiers from the Battle of Dunbar. Gerrard, C. M., Graves, C. P., Millard, A. R., Annis, R. G. & Caffell, A. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
- Smith, C., Graves, C. P., Claydon, M. & Randerson, M. (2017). En route and in residence: Integrating documentary and archaeological evidence for the itineraries and residences of the Medieval Bishops of Durham. In Princes of the Church: Bishops and their Palaces. Rollason, D. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 285-303.
- Graves, C P (2015). Stained and painted window glass. In Glastonbury Abbey Excavations: archaeological investigations 1904-79. Gilchrist, R & Green, C London: Society of Antiquaries of London. 320-336.
- Graves, C P & Caple, C (2015). The ex-situ painted wall plaster. In Glastonbury Abbey Excavations: archaeological investigations 1904-79. Gilchrist, R & Green, C London: Society of Antiquaries of London. 337-340.
- Graves, C P & Cramp, R (2014). Medieval window glass. In The Hirsel Excavations. Cramp, R London: Society for Medieval Archaeology. 199-200.
- Graves, C.P. (2008). Architectural fragments. In Finds from the Well at St Paul-in-the-Bail, Lincoln. Mann, J. Oxford: Lincoln Archaeological Studies, Oxbow Books. 9: 20-22.
- Mann, J & Graves, CP (2008). Discussion. In Finds from the Well at St Paul-in-the-Bail, Lincoln. Mann, J Oxford: Lincoln Archaeological Studies, Oxbow Books. 9: 79-92.
- Graves, CP (2003). Civic Ritual, Townscape and Social Identity in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Newcastle upon Tyne. In Archaeologies of the British: Explorations of identity in Great Britain and its colonies 1600-1945. Lawrence, S London New York: Routledge. 31-54.
- Graves, C.P. (2002). The Development of Towns in the North. In Past, Present and Future the Archaeology of Northern England. Brooks, C., Daniels, R. & Harding, A. Durham: Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland. Research Report 5: 177-184.
- Graves, CP (2002). Window glass. In Spynie Palace and the Bishops of Moray: history, architecture and archaeology, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Monograph. J. Lewis & D. Pringle Series 21: 132-7.
- Graves, CP (1997). Social space in the English medieval parish church. In Anthony Giddens: critical assessments volume 4. Bryant, C & Jary, D London: Routledge. 262-288.
- Graves, CP (1996). The Window Glass. In Further Excavations at the Dominican Priory, Beverley, 1986-89. Foreman, M Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press. Sheffield Excavation Reports No. 1: 126-144.
- Graves, C P (2013), Mammon, Dagon, hergebruiken en opgraven: de behandeling en verspreiding van monastiek vensterglas tijdens de Reformatie op de Britse eilanden, in Van Acker,J, Lehouck, A, Dawyndt, D & Vanclooster, D eds, Jaarboek Abdijmuseum Ten Duinen: Novi Monasterii, Verloren Glans Innovatief interdisciplinair onderzoek op archeologisch vlakglas in Noordwest-Europa (10de-18de eeuw) 12: Lost Luster. Abdijmuseum Ten Duinen, Koksijde, Abdijmuseum Ten Duinen, Koksijde, 39-46.
- Graves, CP & Rollason, L (2013). The monastery of Durham and the wider world: medieval graffiti in the prior's chapel. Northern History 50(2): 186-215.
- Graves, P & Rollason, L (2010). The Medieval Prior's Chapel at Durham: its development and use. Monastic Research Bulletin 16: 24-41.
- Bailiff, IK, Blain, S, Graves, CP, Gurling, T & Semple, S (2010). Uses and recycling of brick in medieval and Tudor English buildings: insights from the application of luminescence dating and new avenues for further research. The Archaeological Journal 167: 165-196.
- Graves, CP (2009). Building a new Jerusalem the Meaning of a Group of Merchant Houses in Seventeenth-Century Newcastle upon Tyne, England. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 13(4): 385-408.
- Graves, CP (2008). From an Archaeology of Iconoclasm to an Anthropology of the Body Images, Punishment and Personhood in England, 1500-1660. Current Anthropology 49(1): 35-57.
- Graves, CP (2007). Sensing and believing: exploring worlds of difference in pre-modern England-a contribution to the debate. World Archaeology 39(4): 515-531.
- Graves, CP (2005). Canon William Greenwell and his contemporaries the history of British archaeology in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology 15(2): 45-49.
- O'Connor, A & Graves, CP (2003). Canon Greenwell (1820-1918) and his contribution to archaeological research. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology 13(2): 28-30.
- Graves, C.P., Annis, R., Caffell, A.C., Gerrard, C.M. & Millard, A.R. (2016). The Dunbar Diaspora: Background to the Battle of Dunbar, and the Aftermath of the Battle. Department of Archaeology. Durham, Durham University.
Full Executive Committee
Our Full Executive Committee is made up of the Core Executive Committee, listed above, plus a number of executive members including:
International Advisory Board
We are extremely fortunate to have be able to call on the help and guidance of colleagues from around the world who help to shape and guide our direction, strategy and international reach. Our current Advisory Board members are: