James Conolly

Associate Professor
Canada Research Chair

Office: DNA C225
Lab: DNA C228 Landscape Archaeology Lab
Telephone: (705) 748-1011 x7868
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BA (Toronto) MA, PhD (University College London)

Current Research

Environmental and landscape archaeology; lithic technology;
geographical information systems and science; spatial and analytical
statistics; computer modelling of population dynamics and cultural


James Conolly joined the department in 2004 as Trent's Canada Research Chair in Archaeology. He holds degrees in anthropology from the University of Toronto (BA) and in archaeology from the University of London (MA, PhD). Prior to coming to Trent he taught for several years at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London, England. His main areas of interest are environmental and landscape archaeology, particularly as applied to hunter-fisher-forager societies and the origins and spread of agriculture, both in the Eastern Mediterranean and in the Great Lakes area of North America.

Recent publications

Please  go to his Personal Research Page