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Dr Caroline Malone

<p>Dr Caroline Malone</p>

Dr Caroline Malone

Qualifications

Degrees - B.A. Hons Cambridge (1980), MA, PHD Cambridge (1986)

Reader

Email: c.malone@qub.ac.uk

Address

School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology
Queen’s University Belfast
Northern Ireland
BT7 1NN

Telephone

+44 (0) 28 90973826

Current Teaching:

GAP1008 From Cave Art to Celts: Europe in Prehistory
GAP1013 Introduction to World Archaeology
GAP2049 Archaeology and the Heritage of Rome
GAP3059 Monuments and Ritual in European Prehistory

GAP7206 Issues in Ireland and the World

PhD supervision:

: Rock art in Ulster.
Sara Boyle : Gozo prehistoric settlement
Catriona Brogan : Prehistoric Burial in Ulster
Gerard Barrett : Pottery dating

Current Administrative Roles:

Recruitment

Current Research: Past Cultural Changes

           

 

I welcome inquiries from potential research students in any of the research themes listed below:

2011- present “Frontiers of Etruria: Montelabate Project, Perugia, Italy” (with Simon Stoddart University of Cambridge). Fieldwork, excavation, student training and environmental-cultural study in zone adjacent to Gubbio (collaborative between Cambridge, Belfast, Rome and Perugia Universities). Student Training. Major focus is on later prehistoric economic and culture frontier, with innovative and “cutting edge” study of local economic-palaeoeconomic base of the Etruscans. Financial support from various Italian bodies, communes and research funds (Cambridge, Belfast). ( http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/projects/montelabate/ )

Research themes and interests:

  • Later European, British and Irish Prehistory
  • Heritage Archaeology: legislation, organisation, presentation, research, conservation, museums
  • The Origins of Agriculture, settlement, enclosure, subsistence, social complexity and colonisation
  • Landscape archaeology: society, settlement and economy, domestic reconstruction, houses
  • Monuments and the origins of architecture: megaliths, henges, enclosures, early domestic houses
  • Archaeology of Ritual and Religion: cult, deposition, luminal places, ritual collapse. Ritual context in European Prehistory
  • Death and Burial: tombs, bodies, population, grave goods
  • Material Culture of identity – pottery making and style, lithics, metalwork, personal ornaments, dress Prehistoric Art and Imagery: figurines, identity, symbols, rock art, ceramic style and making
  • History of archaeology and ideas
  • Archaeological theory – ritual theory, anthropology, time,
  • Prehistoric social organisation - complexity, chiefdoms, change
  • Landscape, palaeoeconomy, territory and memory
  • Food, feast and tribute – Rites of Passage
  • Island Archaeology, colonization, island societies (Argyll, Sicily, Malta)
  • Exchange, trade and interaction. 

   

 

Completed projects:

2006-present: Prehistoric Art and Architecture – “Explorations into the conditions of spiritual creativity in prehistoric Malta” (study of art and ritual in the context of Megalithic architecture). Funded by the Templeton Foundation. (http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/templeton/ ) “Explorations into the conditions of spiritual creativity in Prehistoric Malta.” (Director) (£100.000 award - Cambridge-Templeton Consortium – Templeton Foundation). An intensive programme examining context in Maltese prehistoric art and religion, building on my earlier study of material in context from the Gozo excavations. New work includes all the Neolithic figurative material in the National Museum of Archaeology of Malta and examination of its archaeological contexts through archive studies and site survey. Detailed digital work examined structure and ritual context, with important new results and significant anthropological understanding of prehistoric ritual practice. (2006) Studentships x 3 supported, 3 x seminars, conference presentations x 4. (2007) Cult in Context (Oxford, Oxbow) edited volume of 42 papers. + Conference 2006 (2012-13) The Art of Ritual (in prep, Cambridge, CUP) with Simon Stoddart, with contributions by 4 others.

2008-09 Malta Dating and Archive project (Director) (funded by British Academy Small Grants (£7250).

1987-94 The Gozo Project (post-excav 1994-2006) (Co-Director with Stoddart, Trump, Gouder and Bonnano) was devised to explore a “lost” Temple Period hypogeum threatened by development. The resulting excavation and survey involved student/volunteer excavators from Britain, Europe and Malta, and was organised as part-research-part training. The results have made a major contribution to Maltese prehistoric knowledge, training, conservation and popularisation of prehistory. The project was supported by the Maltese authorities (National Museum of Archaeology in Malta), numerous international and British funding bodies and sponsors (see below), scientific specialists and conservators. It has generated several post-graduate and undergraduate dissertations (2 PhDs (Clark, Townsend) several M.A. and B.A. projects) trained a new generation of professional archaeologists in Malta plus over 300 student volunteers. Outcomes have been presented in many forms of media and publication (over 24 papers, several films, museum displays and visitor centres on Malta and Gozo). Total funding about £120,000, plus sponsors. The final (525 pages) monograph published 2009: Malone, C. Stoddart, S, et. al. Mortuary Customs in prehistoric Malta: Cambridge: McDonald Institute. Popular account (in prep) for Midsea Books Malta, with S.Stoddart and I. Vella Gregory – publication 2012.
See also: http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/projects/gozo/

2002 - present Lismore Project Argyll, Scotland (Co-Director) - explored the history of human island occupation and its cultural, economic and political relationships with the local mainland and islands. Spanning millennia, sites included prehistoric cairns, brochs, forts and duns and early Christian/Medieval sites, studied through survey, limited excavation, environmental sampling, GIS, aerial photography and digital media. Collaboration between Cambridge and Glasgow Universities, Historic Scotland (and English Heritage specialists) involved the application of novel methods, dating, and landscape and boundary study Additional grants enabled a programme of structural conservation of the Tirefour Broch following recording. A PhD (Meredith) was enabled within the project and a BA dissertation. Total funding about £50,000 (Historic Scotland, grants, McDonald Institute, plus assistance from the Aggregates levy fund). Several publications (published = Monograph Meredith-Lobay, Antjquity paper) (in preparation for publication

2013 PSAS – paper; McDonald Institute Cambridge /Historic Scotland monograph 2013). (http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/lismore/ ) The results are presented in a new island museum (2007). (http://www.celm.org.uk/ )

1996-2003 Troina Project (Co-Director) - Settlements, houses, economy and material culture in European prehistory. Domestic structures and reconstructions. a multi-period survey/excavation focused on Copper Age Serraferlicchio settlement and Archaic-Classical periods. Major contribution included new chronologies, significant economic analysis (the first from Sicily for the period), material culture and extensive landscape research. The project was supported by the Oasi research institute Sicily, AHRC, British research funds, the Sicilian Archaeological Superintendenza, the University of Catania, the Comune of Troina and Regione di Sicilia. The project generated numerous BA/MA/PhD dissertations. Total funding about £150,000. Dissemination through web-site, papers, reports, conferences, GIS, electronic and other publications. The project has contributed to plans for an Archaeological Park, a future museum, educational talks and a significant rise in interest in local archaeology. Final Monograph Publication in preparation for publication 2013. See also: http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/troina/index.html and  http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/projects/troina/

1990-92 Nepi Project (Assistant Director, S.Stoddart - Director) was devised to explore the Iron Age-Roman-Medieval urban landscape of South Etruria. The project originated from the British School at Rome South Etruria Surveys. Work successfully explored a number of sites in Nepi spanning from the VIth century BC to VIIIth century AD. A PhD (Rajalla) and other scholarly research have complemented several published papers and reports. Funding from the British School at Rome and local sponsors.

1983-88 The Gubbio Project (Co-Director with Stoddart)\was devised to examine a multi-period intermontane landscape in Umbria, focused on later prehistory spanning from Palaeolithic to Later Medieval archaeology and monuments. Local and internationally supported (the British School at Rome, Soprintendenze, Museums, Comune, Provincia and Regione, specialists and conservators), the project trained 200 volunteers/ students, held exhibitions, presented data which is now displayed permanently in Gubbio and Perugia museums. The research included the application of interdisciplinary scientific methodology, and achieved important new understanding of chronology, economy and material culture for the region. Total funding about £80,000 plus substantial local help in kind. The project generated several B.A. dissertations, conference presentation, lectures, articles, papers, TV programmes and a widely cited major CUP monograph in 1994. The new Montlabate Project builds on many elements of this original work.
http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/projects/gubbio/

Esteem indicators include:

  • British Academy BASIS committee.
  • External examiner UEA and External Assessor OU. 
  • Numerous keynote and special lectures. 
  • Papers at overseas conferences. 
  • Major grant funding for research. 
  • Former Editor: Antiquity
  • External Assessor of University review (NUI Galway)
  • Election and fellowship of several academic institutes. 
  • Holder of senior administrative positions (Director of Education, Keeper, Senior Tutor etc) 
  • TV and radio appearances 
  • Author of several books, many papers

Publications:

*BOOKS IN BOLD

In preparation:

Malone, C., S.Stoddart, Ayala, G. and Fitzjohn, M (eds) In prep. The Unfrequented fringe: the settlement and landscape of Troina, Enna Sicily. 1997 - 2001. 2013. Oxford, Oxbow Books.

Malone, C., and S. Stoddart, In prep, publication 2013. The Art of Ritual in Prehistoric Malta. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Stoddart, S., C.Malone, and Redhouse, D. (eds) In prep. Politics and memory of an island community: fieldwork on Lismore Argyll 2000- 2008. 2012-13. McDonald Institute, Cambridge for Historic Scotland.

Malone, C. and S. Stoddart with Vella Gregory, I. In prep. 2012-13 . Excavating the Brochtorff-Xaghra Circle, Gozo, Midsea Books. Valletta: Midsea.

In press

Stoddart. S, . Malone, C. et al (in press 2013) Opening the Frontier. Papers of the British School at Rome.

Malone, C. and Stoddart, S. In Press. Ritual Failure and the Temple collapse of prehistoric Malta. In Ritual Failure. V. Koutrafouri. (ed.) 2012, Amsterdam, Sidestone Press.

Malone, C., In press The Neolithic in the Mediterranean. In Press 2012-13 in The Oxford Handbook of the European Neolithic, J. Harding, Fowler, C, and Hofmann, D. (Eds). Oxford. Oxford University Press.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, eds. In Press, 2012. Caves of the Living. Caves of the Dead. Experiences above and below ground in prehistoric Malta. in Journeys into the Dark Zone: A Cross Cultural Perspective on Caves as Sacred Spaces. (ed. H. Moyes). University Press of Colorado: Boulder.

Malone, C., D. Puglisi, and S. Stoddart. In press. La valorizzazione dei ritrovamenti preistorici di Troina. in. Atti del primo Congresso di Preistoria e Protostoria Siciliana di Corleone. Corleone Sicily.

Malone, C., D. Puglisi, and D. Stoddart. In press. I primi risultati del progetto archeologico di Troina. in Atti del Congresso di Aidone.

Published

C. Malone and Stoddart, S., Maltese Temple Period Ritual and Religion. In Handbook of Ritual and Religion. T. Insoll. (ed.). 2011, Oxford, Oxford University Press. 757-773.

Malone, C., Neolithic Britain and Ireland. (3rd edition, 2011 reprint) Stroud: The History Press.

Stoddart, S. and C.Malone, Hypogea: concealed caves or constructed temples? The hypogea of Malta and their significance. in Serrano, J.A.C., J.A.A.Marrero., and L. Spanedda (eds). Links between Megalithism and Hypgeism in Western Mediterranean Europe. 2010, Oxford, British Archaeological Reports, International Series 2151.

Malone, C. October. Review of Graham Connah Writing About Archaeology 2009, CUP. 2010, Times Literary Supplement.

Stoddart, S. K. F. and Malone, C. A. T. Megaliths in Malta. In: S. Tusa, C. Buccellato, and L. Biondo (eds.), Orme dei Giganti, pp. 59–70. 2009. Palermo: Regione Siciliana---Assessorato dei beni culturali, ambientali e della pubblica istruzione---Dipartimento dei beni culturali e dell'educazione permanente

Malone, C., S.Stoddart., D.Trump., Bonanno, A., Gouder, T., and A.Pace., (eds.) Mortuary Customs in prehistoric Malta: excavations at the Brochtorff-Xaghra Circle, Gozo, 1987-1994. 2009, McDonald Monographs. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. 420p

Stoddart, S.K.F. and C.A.T. Malone, (eds.) Changing beliefs in the human body in prehistoric Malta 5000-1500 BC. .Past Bodies, (ed.) D. Boric. 2008, Berghahn: Oxford. 19-28.

Malone, C., Metaphor and Maltese Art: explorations in the Temple Period. Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology. 2008, 21(1): p. 81-109.

Sturt, F., S. Stoddart, and C. Malone. Extracting the Domestic from Indigenous Sicily. in Building Communities: House, settlement and society in the Aegean and beyond: Proceedings of the Cardiff Conference. , N. Fisher, Whitley, J. and Westgate, R, (Editor, 2007). British School at Athens Studies p. 47-53.

Barrowclough, D. and C. Malone, (eds. ) Cult in Context: reconsidering Ritual in Archaeology. 2007, Oxbow: Oxford.

Malone , C. Structure, art and ritual in a Maltese Temple. In: Barrowclough, D. and Malone, C. (eds) Cult in Context. 2007, Cambridge: Oxbow. p. 23- 34.

Malone, C., S. Stoddart, and D. Barrowclough. Introduction: Cult in Context. in Cult in Context. 2007, Oxford, Oxbow. p.1-7.

Malone , C. Access and Visibility in prehistoric Malta. Recent Research and Developments in the Management of World Heritage Sites, ed. M. Pomeroy-Kellinger. Vol. 16. 2007, Oxford Archaeology Monographs, Occasional Papers Oxford. p. 15-25.

Ashley, S., C. Malone, S. Stoddart, G. Ayala, et al., eds. The resources of an upland community in the fouth millennium BC. Uplands of Sicily and Calabria. ed. M. Fitzjohn. Vol. 13. 2007, Accordia Research Centre, University of London. p. 59-80.

Dolfini, A., C. Malone, and S. Stoddart, Searching for ritual in the Bronzo Finale: the example of Gubbio, in Studi di Protostoria in onore di Renato Peroni. 2006, All'Insegna del Giglio: Firenze: p. 663-665.

Stoddart, S., C. Malone, and D. Redhouse, Data Structure Report of the Lismore Landscape project. Submitted to Historic Scotland. 2005.

Malone, C., Review of Larry Zimmerman and William Green 2003, Archaeologist’s Toolkit. Altamira Press. Antiquity, 2005. 79,(303): p. 230-32.

Stoddart, S. and C. Malone, Data Structure Report of the Lismore Landscape project. Submitted to Historic Scotland. 2004, Historic Scotland: Edinburgh.

Malone, C.A.T., The Neolithic Temples of Malta, in Ancient Europe 8000 B.C. - A.D. 1000, P. Bogucki and P.J. Crabtree, Editors. 2004, Charles Scribner's Sons: Farmington Hills. p. 450-455.

Malone, C.A.T., Late Neolithic Italy and Southern France, in Ancient Europe 8000 B.C. - A.D. 1000, P. Bogucki and P.J. Crabtree, Editors. 2004, Charles Scribner's Sons: Farmington Hills. p. 439-446.

Malone, C.A.T., Stonehenge, in Ancient Europe 8000 B.C. - A.D. 1000, P. Bogucki and P.J. Crabtree, Editors. 2004, Charles Scribner's Sons: Farmington Hills. p. 61-67.

Malone, C.A.T., Avebury, in Ancient Europe 8000 B.C. - A.D. 1000, P. Bogucki and P.J. Crabtree, Editors. 2004, Charles Scribner's Sons: Farmington Hills. p. 406-408.

Malone , C. and S. Stoddart, eds. Towards an Island of Mind. Explaining Social Change: studies in honour of Colin Renfrew, ed. J. Cherry, Scarre, C. and Shennan, S. 2004, McDonald Institute Monographs: Cambridge. 93-102.

Malone, C. and N. Bernard, Stonehenge. Digging in the Past Series. 2004, New York, Oxford University Press.

Malone, C., Review of Miles Russell, The Early Neolithic Architecture of the South Downs, 2001 together with: Miles Russell, Monuments of the British Neolithic: The roots of Architecture. 2002. Antiquity 2004, 78 (301): p. 730-32.

Malone , C. Malta, the Mediterranean and the role of Prehistoric Art. in Exploring the prehistoric Maltese Temple Culture - The EMPTC 2003 Conference. 2004, St James Cavalier Centre for Creativity, Valletta, Malta: OTS Foundation. (CD publication).

Malone, C., Neolithic Britain and Ireland. (2nd edition ed). 2004, Stroud : Tempus (The History Press). Third edition in press.

Malone, C.A.T., Megalithic cultures in Britain and their relationship to Western Europe, in Meeting on Megalithic Culture. Comparing Prehistoric ruins of the East and Europe, H. Kanaseki, Editor. 2003, UNESCO-Cultural Heritage Protection Office: Horen-Cho, Nara. p. 67-80.

Malone, C.A.T., The Italian Neolithic: a synthesis of research. Journal of World Prehistory, 2003, 17(3): p. 235-312.

Darvill, T. and C. Malone, eds. Megaliths from Antiquity. 2003, Antiquity Publications: Cambridge.

Malone, C., Review of A.S.Henshall and J.G.N.Ritchie 2002 the chambered cairns of the central Highlands: an inventory of the structures and their contents. (Edinburgh University Press). Antiquity 2002, 76(293): p. 900-1.

Redhouse, D.I., S. Stoddart, . C.Malone, Power in Context: the Lismore landscape project. Antiquity 2002, 76 (294): p. 945-6.

Malone, C., Reviews of Oswald, Barber and Dyer 2001 The Creation of Monuments: Neolithic Causewayed Enclosures in the British Isles. (English Heritage) and Barber, Field and Topping, 1999 The Flint Mines of Neolithic England. (English Heritage-RCHM) Antiquity 2002, 76(291): p. 269.

Malone, C. Archaeology and the "New" British Museum. . in Dia Internacional de los Museuos, 2002. Museuo Nacional de Arte Romano Merida: Museuo Nacional de Arte Romano Merida. Malone, C.A.T., et al., Under the volcano. Accordia Research Papers, 2001-3, 9: p. 7-21.

Stoddart, S. and C. Malone, Short report on the 2001 field survey and excavation season of the Troina project. Private circulation to sponsors. 2001. Richards, M., et al., Neolithic Diet at the Brochtorff Circle Malta. European Journal of Archaeology, 2001. 4(2): p. 253-262.

Malone, C, "Stone and Timber Circles in Britain and adjacent Countries" Review article of Burl, A. 2000 The Stone Circles of the British Isles. (Yale UP), Gibson, A.2000 Stonehenge and Timber Circles (Tempus). and Pitts, M. 2000. Hengeworld. (Century) Antiquity 2001. 75(287): p. 208-10.

Malone, C., Neolithic Britain and Ireland. 2001, Stroud: Tempus. (Ist edition)

Stoddart, S. and C. Malone, Short report on the 2000 field survey and excavation season of the Troina project. Private circulation to sponsors. 2000.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, The historical geography of ancient Sicily: implications for genetics. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 2000. 1 (Supplement): p. 29-31.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Luigi Bernabò Brea (1910-1999). American Journal of Archaeology, 2000, 104(1): p. 123-124.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, A contribution towards the understanding of Serraferlicchio. Sicilia Archeologica, 2000, 33: p. 97-103.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, A house in the Sicilian hills. Antiquity, 2000. 74 (285): p. 471-2.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, The current state of prehistoric ceramic studies in Mediterranean survey, in Extracting Meaning from ploughsoil assemblages, R. Francovich, H. Patterson, and G. Barker, Editors. 2000, Oxbow Books: Oxford. p. 95-104.

Malone, C., "Gleaning the Meaning" review article of Bradley, R. The Significance of Monuments (1998) (Routledge) and Marking the Land (1997) (Routledge). Antiquity 1999 73(280): p. 460-2.

Stoddart, S. K. F., Wysocki, M., Burgess, G., Barber, G., Duhig, C., Malone, C. A. T., and Mann, G. The articulation of disarticulation. Preliminary thoughts on the Brochtorff Circle at Xaghra (Gozo). In: J. Downes and A. Pollard (eds.), The loved body's corruption: Archaeological contributions to the study of human mortality, 1999, pp. 94–105. Glasgow: Cruithne Press

Stoddart, S. and M. C, Short report on the 1999 field survey and excavation season of the Troina project. Private circulation to sponsors. 1999.

Malone, C., Processes of colonisation in the central Mediterranean. Accordia Research Papers, 1999, 7: p. 37-57.

Stoddart, S. and M. C, Short report on the 1998 field survey and excavation season of the Troina project. Private circulation to sponsors. 1998.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, The conditions of creativity for Prehistoric Maltese Art, in The prehistory of creative thought, S. Mithen, )ed.). 1998, Routledge: London. p. 241-259.

Malone, C.A.T., God or Goddess: The Temple Art of Ancient Malta, in Ancient Goddesses: The Myths and the Evidence, L. Goodison and C. Morris, (eds.). 1998,The British Museum Press: London. p. 148-163.

Malone, C., Review of Whittle, A. 1997 Sacred mound, holy rings: Silbury Hill and the West Kennet palisade enclosures: a later Neolithic complex in north Wiltshire. Antiquity, 1998, 72 (277): p. 721-722.

Malone, C., Review of Webster, G 1996 A prehistory of Sardinia 2300 -500 BC. Sheffield Academic Press. . Antiquity 1998, 72 (275): p. 234-238.

Stoddart, S. and M. C, Short report on the 1997 field survey season of the Troina project. Private circulation to sponsors. 1997.

Stoddart, S. and C. Malone, Short report on the 1997 field survey season of the Troina project. Private circulation to sponsors. 1997.

Malone, C., Cheddar. Cresswellian Culture. Chester. Deverell Rimbury. Dowris. in Enciclopedia dell'Arte Antica. Rome.: E. d. A. c. e. orientale (ed.), Enciclopedia dell'Arte Antica classica e orientale. Secondo Supplemento. 1971--1994. 1997, Roma: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana

Stoddart, S. and C. Malone, Provisional Report of the 1996 season of the Gozo Project. Private Circulation to sponsors. 1996.

Malone, C. and Stoddart, S. Excavations on Gozo 1987-94. Malta Archaeological Review, 1996, 1, 1-5.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Representations of death - discoveries at the Xaghra Stone Circle, in Maltese Prehistoric Art 5000-2500 BC, A. Pace, (ed.). 1996, Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti-National Museum of Malta-Ministry of Culture: Valletta. p. 45-51.

Malone, C. and S. Stoddart, Il megalitismo maltese e mediterraneo nella luce del Brochtorff Circle. , in Congress of the UISPP, The Neolithic in the Near East and Europe. , R.G. Grifoni Cremonesi, J. and L'Helgouach, J. (eds.). 1996, UISPP-Abaco: Forlì. p. 109-114.

Malone, C., ed. Cult and burial in the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age central Mediterranean: A study of the potential. Approaches to the Study of Ritual. Italy and the Ancient Mediterranean. , J.B. Wilkins (ed.). Vol. Accordia Specialist Studies on the Mediterranean 2. 1996, Accordia Research Centre: London. 31-54.

Stoddart, S. and C. Malone, The Maltese nation chooses prehistoric ancestors. , in Past - Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society. 1995, Prehistoric Society: London. p.11. Malone, C.A.T., S.K.F.

Stoddart, and A. Townsend, The landscape of the island goddess ? A Maltese perspective of the central Mediterranean. Caeculus (Papers on Mediterranean Archaeology, Archaeological Institute, Groningen University), 1995. 2: p. 1-15.

Malone, C.A.T., et al., Mortuary ritual of fourth millennium BC Malta: the Zebbug tomb from the Brochtorff Circle (Gozo). Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 1995. 61: p. 303-345.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Malta in the Dawn of Civilisation. 1995, London: Malta, Ministry of Justice and the Arts.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, 1995, Revision of J. Evans. Malta in Antiquity, in Blue Guide. Malta and Gozo, T. Eadie, (ed.). A & C Black: London. p. 9-28.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, 1995. Discoveries at the Brochtorff Circle. Treasures of Malta. Magazine of the Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti, 1(2): p. 15-19.

Malone, C.and S. Stoddart. Review of Albanese Procelli, R.M. 1993. Ripostigli di Bronzi della Sicilia nel museo archeologico di Siracusa. Palermo, Accademia Nazionale di Scienze, Lettere e Arti. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 1995. 61: p. 472-3.

Malone, C. and S. Stoddart, Digging up the future. , in Nonesuch - magazine of University of Bristol. 1995, University of Bristol: Bristol. p. 40-42.

Malone, C., Review of: Skeates, R. and Whitehouse, R. (eds.) Radiocarbon Dating and Italian prehistory. (Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome 8 - Accordia Specialist Studies on Italy 3). London, British School at Rome - Accordia Research Centre. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 1995. 61: p. 474-5.

Edwards, C., C. Malone, and S. Stoddart, (eds.) 1995, Reconstructing a gateway city: the place of Nepi in the study of south-eastern Etruria. . Settlement and economy in Italy. 1500 BC - AD 1500. , (ed.). N. Christie. Oxbow Monographs 41. Oxbow: Oxford. 431-440.

Stoddart, S. and C. Malone, Provisional Report of the 1994 season of the Gozo Project. Private Circulation to sponsors. 1994.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, The summary of the model, in Territory, Time and State. The archaeological development of the Gubbio basin, C. Malone and S. Stoddart, (eds.) 1994, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. p. 127.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, The meaning and function of the middens on Monte Ingino and Monte Ansciano, in Territory, Time and State. The archaeological development of the Gubbio basin, C. Malone and S. Stoddart, Editors. 1994, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. p. 119-127.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, (eds.). Territory, Time and State. The archaeological development of the Gubbio basin. 1994, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Malone, C.A.T., J. McVicar, and S.K.F. Stoddart, Introduction, in Territory, Time and State. The archaeological development of the Gubbio basin, C.A.T. Malone and S.K.F. Stoddart, (eds.). 1994, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. p. 1-16.

Malone, C.A.T., The transition to agriculture, in Territory, Time and State. The archaeological development of the Gubbio basin, C. Malone and S. Stoddart, (eds.). 1994, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. p. 67-

Malone , C., Review of Castleden, R. 1994. The making of Stonehenge. London, Routledge. Albion 1994. 26.

Malone , C., Review of: Tykot, R.H. and Andrews, T.K. 1992. Sardinia: a footprint in the sea: studies in Sardinian Archaeology presented to Miriam Balmuth. Sheffield Academic Press. . Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 1994. 60: p. 455-6.

Trump, D., Malone, C and Stoddart, S., New light on death in prehistoric Malta: the Brochtorff Circle. , in People of the Stone Age. Hunter-Gatherers and Early Farmers. Old World Civilisations, G. Burenhult, (ed.). 1993, Harper Collins: New York. p. 100-101.

Stoddart, S. K. F., Bonanno, A., Gouder, T., Malone, C. A. T., and Trump, D. (1993). Cult in an Island Society: Prehistoric Malta in the Tarxien period. Cambridge Journal of Archaeology 1993. 3(1): p. 3-19.

Malone, C. A. T., Bonanno, A., Gouder, T., Stoddart, S. K. F., and Trump, D. The Death Cults of prehistoric Malta. Scientific American, 1993. 269(6): p. 110-117, reprinted 2005. The Death Cults of prehistoric Malta. Scientific American (Special edition---Mysteries of the Ancient Ones), 15 (1): p. 14–23

Malone, C., S. Stoddart, and R. Whitehouse. The Bronze Age of S. Italy, Sicily and Malta. in Development and decline in the Mediterranean Bronze Age. Mathers, C..and Stoddart, S.K.F, (eds.). 1993, John Collis Publications: Sheffield. p. 167-194.

Malone , C., Review of: Whitehouse, R. 1993 Underground Religion: cult and culture in prehistoric Italy. Accordia Specialist Studies on Italy 1. London, University of London. . Antiquity, 1993. 67(256): p. 686-7.

Malone , C., Review of: Ucko, P; Hunter, M; Clark, A; and David, A. Avebury reconsidered: from the 1660s to the 1990s. London, Unwin Hyman. 1991. Albion, 1993. 25(2): p. 318-9.

Malone , C., Review of: Roccagloriosa I. L'abitato: Scavo e Ricognizione topografica (1976-1986), edited by M. Gualtieri and H. Fracchia. Centre Jean Berard, Naples, 1990. American Journal of Archaeology 1993. 97(179-80).

Stoddart, S.K.F., C.A.T. Malone, and D. Trump, Post excavation report of the Gozo project. 1992, Unpublished report, Cambridge University.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, On the transition to agriculture. Current Anthropology, 1992. 33(5): p. 594-5.

Malone, C. and S. Stoddart, The Neolithic site of San Marco, Gubbio (Perugia) Umbria: survey and excavation. 1985-8. Papers of the British School at Rome, 1992. 60: p. 1-69.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Five Year Statement. 1987-1991. Joint Archaeological Project of the National Museum of Malta and the Universities of Bristol, Cambridge and Malta. 1991: Cambridge University.

Bonanno, A., Gouder, T., Malone, C. A. T., and Stoddart, S. K. F. (1990). Monuments in an island society: The Maltese context. World Archaeology, 22 (2):pp. 190–205.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Provisional report. 1990 Season. Gozo Project. 1990. Cambridge

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, The Gubbio Project, in Past (Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society). 1990. p. 4-5.

Malone, C., Official Guidebook to the monuments of Avebury. 1990, (numerous reprints), London, HBMC-English Heritage.

Stoddart, S.K.F., C.A.T. Malone, and D. Trump, Provisional report. 1989 Season. Cambridge Gozo Project. Xerox circulation to sponsors. 1989.

Malone, C., The English Heritage book of Avebury. 1989, London: Batsford. Reprinted, 1989, 2nd edition 1994.

Stoddart, S.K.F. and C.A.T. Malone, Preliminary Report. Post Excavation Work. Gubbio Project. Xerox circulation to sponsors. 1988.

Stoddart, S.K.F.M., C and Trump. D, Provisional report. 1988 Season. Cambridge Gozo Project. Xerox circulation to sponsors. 1988.

Stoddart, S.K.F., C.A.T. Malone, and D. Trump, Daily life behind the ritual of the Temple Builders, in Past (The newsletter of the Prehistoric Society) 1988, Prehistoric Society p. 4-5.

Malone, C.A.T., S.K.F. Stoddart, and D. Trump, A house for the temple builders. Recent investigations on Gozo, Malta. Antiquity, 1988. 62: p. 297-301.

Malone , C., Review of: B.G.D.Jones. Apulia 1: Neolithic Settlement in the Tavoliere. Antiquity, 1988. 62(813-4).

Stoddart, S.K.F. and C. Malone, Provisional report. 1987 Season. Gubbio Project. Xerox circulation to sponsors. 1987.

Malone, C., Alexander Keiller's Avebury 50 years ago, Exhibition and published catalogue. World Archaeological Congress, Southampton. 1987, Southampton.

Flavell, P., C.A.T. Malone, and S.K.F. Stoddart, (eds.). Nota preliminare sui nuovi scavi a Monte Ingino - La Rocca Posteriore sul Monte Ingino di Gubbio. (Campagne di scavo 1975-77).( ed.). G. Meloni. 1987, "La Nuova Italia" Editrice - Regione dell'Umbria, : Firenze - Perugia. 313-332.

Stoddart, S.K.F. and C. Malone, Provisional report. 1986 Season. Gubbio Project. Xerox circulation to sponsors. 1986.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Dialoghi di Archeologia, 1986. 2: p. 201-208. Malone, C.A.T., Exchange systems and style in the Central Mediterranean. 4500-1700 b.c.. 1986, Unpublished PhD, Cambridge University, Cambridge.

Malone , C., Neolithic Exchange Networks in the Central Mediterranean. in The World Archaeological Congress, Southampton (The Neolithic of Europe), A. Fleming, (ed.). 1986, Pre Circulated Papers. : Southampton.

Malone, C.A.T., Pots, prestige and ritual in neolithic southern Italy, in Papers in Italian Archaeology IV. Vol. ii. Prehistory, C.A.T. Malone and S.K.F. Stoddart, (eds.). 1985, British Archaeological Reports, Oxford: Cambridge. p. 118-151.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart. (eds.). Papers in Italian Archaeology IV - Vol 1 Landscape in Italian Archaeology IV. 1985. Cambridge: British Archaeological Reports.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart. (eds.). Papers in Italian Archaeology IV. Vol. 3. Patterns in Protohistory. 1985. Cambridge: British Archaeological Reports, Oxford.

Malone , C. and S. Stoddart. (eds.). Papers in Italian Prehistory IV - Vol 2 Prehistory. 1985. Cambridge: British Archaeological Reports, Oxford.

Malone , C. and S. Stoddart. (eds.). Papers in Italian Archaeology IV, Vol 4 Classical and Medieval. 1985. Cambridge: British Archaeological Reports, Oxford.

Malone, C.A.T., et al., Preliminary report of the 1984 field season at Gubbio., in Xerox circulation to sponsors. 1984. Cambridge University.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Late Bronze Age settlement nucleation in Umbria. . Antiquity, 1984. 58: p. 56-58.

Hodder, I. and C.A.T. Malone, Intensive survey of prehistoric sites in the Stilo region, Calabria. . Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 1984. 50: p. 121-50.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Preliminary Report of the 1 field season at Gubbio. Xerox circulation to sponsors. 1983. Cambridge University.

Malone , C., Rude stone monuments of Apulia. Popular Archaeology, 1981. 3(2): p. 33-7.

Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Expedition report of the Anatolian Study Group in Xerox circulation to sponsors. 1979. Cambridge University.

Antiquity Editorials

  • Malone , C., Antiquity; The first 75 years. Antiquity, 2003. 294: p. 1072-75.
  • Stoddart, S.and C. Malone . Editorial. Antiquity, 2002. 76(293): p. 599-610.
  • Stoddart, S.and C. Malone Editorial. Antiquity, 2002. 76(291): p. 287-310, 472-561.
  • Stoddart, S.and C. Malone., Editorial. Antiquity, 2002. 76(291): p. 1-14.
  • Stoddart, S. and C. Malone, Celebrating Antiquity: introduction. Antiquity, 2002. 76(294): p. 1063-5.
  • Stoddart, S. and C. Malone, Editorial. Antiquity, 2002. 294: p. 915-24.
  • Stoddart, S.and C. Malone., Editorial. Antiquity, 2001. 75(290): p. 659-74
  • Stoddart, S.and C. Malone., Editorial. Antiquity, 2001. 75(289): p. 459-486.
  • Stoddart, S.and C. Malone Editorial. Antiquity, 2001. 75(288): p. 233-46.
  • Stoddart, S. and C. Malone, Editorial. Antiquity, 2001. 75(287): p. 741-48.
  • Malone, C.A.T., S.K.F. Stoddart, and S. Kaner, Editorial. Antiquity, 2000. 74(284): p. 255-262.
  • Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Editorial. Antiquity, 2000. 74(285): p. 457-464.
  • Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Editorial. Antiquity, 2000. 74(283): p. 1-8.
  • Malone , C., Editorial. Antiquity, 2000. 74(286): p. 741-48.
  • Malone, C.A.T., S.K.F. Stoddart, and N. James, Editorial. Antiquity, 1999. 73(282): p. 723-34.
  • Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Editorial. Antiquity, 1999. 73(281): p. 485-92.
  • Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Editorial. Antiquity, 1999. 73(280): p. 251-8.
  • Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Editorial. Antiquity, 1999. 73(279): p. 1-12.
  • Malone, C.A.T., S.K.F. Stoddart, and E. Zubrow, Editorial. Antiquity, 1998. 72(277): p. 467-74.
  • Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Editorial. Antiquity, 1998. 72(278): p. 729-38.
  • Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Special Section. David Clarke's 'Archaeology: the loss of Innocence' (1973) 25 years after. Antiquity, 1998. 72(277): p. 676-7.
  • Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Editorial. Antiquity, 1998. 72(276): p. 245-52.
  • Malone, C.A.T. and S.K.F. Stoddart, Editorial. Antiquity, 1998. 72(275): p. 1-16.

External Grant Funding:

  • 1978: £1300 The British Institute of Archaeology, Ankara. (Cambridge Anatolian Study Group). (£300) 
  • 1980: £800 Worts Travelling Scholars Fund, University of Cambridge (£500) Garrod Fund (£300) 
  • 1983: £3200 British School at Rome (Gubbio) (£1000), Emslie Horniman Fund of the Royal Anthropological Institute (Gubbio) (£500), Magdalene College, Cambridge (Gubbio) (£200), Prehistoric Society (Gubbio)(£500), Society of Antiquaries (Gubbio) (£1000). Local help in kind – meals, accommodation, 
  • 1984:£11500 British Academy (Gubbio)(£1000), British School at Rome (Gubbio)(£1000), Crowther Beynon Fund of Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Cambridge (Gubbio)(£700), Emslie Horniman Fund of the Royal Anthropological Institute (Gubbio)(£500), Magdalene College, Cambridge (Gubbio) (£300), National Geographic Society Grant No. 2931-84 (Gubbio)($10,000), Society of Antiquaries (Gubbio)(£1000). Local help in kind – meals, accommodation, 
  • 1985: £4000 British Academy (Gubbio) £3000, Society of Antiquaries (Gubbio)£1000. Sponsorship Olivetti Computers (Milan and London). Local help in kind – meals, accommodation, 
  • 1986:£4000 British Academy (Gubbio) (£3000), Society of Antiquaries (Gubbio)£1000. Sponsorship Olivetti Computers (Milan and London). Local help in kind – meals, accommodation, 
  • 1987:£11000 British Academy (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump) (£1000), Society of Antiquaries (Gubbio (£1000), Smuts Commonwealth Fund, Cambridge (Malta) (£1000), Prehistoric Society (Malta) (£1000), National Geographic Society Grant No. 3487-87. $10,000 Sponsorship Olivetti Computers (Milan, London and Valletta).Local help in kind – meals, accommodation, European Economic Community Erasmus grant no. UCP-87-0025-I (in conjunction with Dr. A. Voorrips and Prof. A. Bietti) (£1000) 
  • 1988:£6000 British Academy (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump) (£1000), Society of Antiquaries (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump) (£1000), Sponsorship Olivetti Computers (Valletta), McDonald Institute Cambridge (£4000) 
  • 1989:£5500 British Academy (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump) (£1000), Society of Antiquaries (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump) (£1000), Sponsorship Olivetti Computers (Valletta), Sponsorship British Coal (N.Yorks Division), Sponsorship Air Malta – 20 flights, McDonald Institute (£3000), Prehistoric Society (£500) 
  • 1990:£6000 British Academy (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump) (£2000), Society of Antiquaries (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump) (£1000), Sponsorship Olivetti Computers (Valletta) and Air Malta -20 flights, McDonald Institute (£3000) 
  • 1991:£9000 British Academy (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump) (£2000), (Nepi, Italy), Society of Antiquaries (£1000), Royal Archaeological Institute (in association with Dr. T. Potter) (£1000), Sponsorship Olivetti Computers (Valletta) and Air Malta 10 flights, McDonald Institute (Malta)(£3000), British School at Rome (Nepi) (£2000), British Council (Travel to Lisbon to present results of Malta project) 
  • 1992:£11000 British Academy (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump)(£3000), Royal Anthropological Institute (Malta)(£3000), Prehistoric Society (Malta) (£1000), British School at Rome (Nepi) (£1000), McDonald Institute (Malta) (£3000) 
  • 1993:£7800 British Academy (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump), (£3000), Maltese Government (Malta), McDonald Institute (Malta)(£3000), Prehistoric Society (Malta) (£1000), Percy Sladen Fund (Linnean Society £800) 
  • 1994: £6600 British Academy (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump) (£2000), McDonald Institute (Malta)(£3000), Prehistoric Society (Malta) (£600), British School at Rome (Malta) (£1000) 
  • 1995: £6000 British Academy (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump) (£2500), McDonald Institute (Malta) (£3000), British School at Rome (Nepi) (£500) 
  • 1996: £16000 British Academy (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump) (£1000), Ernest Cook Trust (£12,000), McDonald Institute (Malta) (£3000) 
  • 1997:£6500 British Academy (Malta in association with Dr. D. Trump) (£3000), Smuts Fund (Malta)(£500), McDonald Institute (Troina, Sicily)(£3000). European Community DGXXII Thematic network grant 
  • 1998:£186000 McDonald Institute (Troina, Sicily £3000), Society of Antiquaries (Troina, Sicily)(£3000). DGXXII thematic network. Oasi Institute (Troina, Sicily) £180.000 over three years to support research fellowship (including college links), studentship (including college links) and excavation fieldwork. 
  • 1999: £4000 McDonald Institute (Troina, Sicily (£2000) and Malta post-excavation (£2000). AHRB grant alpha-rated but not awarded. 
  • 2000: £3000 McDonald Institute (Troina (£3000) 2001: £7000 British Academy (Troina) (£3000), British, McDonald Institute (Troina) (£4000) 
  • 2002: £6000 Historic Scotland (Lismore)(£4000), McDonald Institute (Malta) (£2000) 2003: £17500 AHRC (Troina) larger grant of £17,300 for dating programme (AMS, Luminscence) 2004: £16500 Historic Scotland (Lismore) (£13,000). McDonald Institute (Lismore)(£3500). 
  • 2005: £113500 Historic Scotland (Lismore) (£7500+10000) McDonald Institute (£5000). With Simon Stoddart – Historic Scotland – Lismore project. (co-applicant). c£ 30,000 + repair grants from Aggregates Levy Fund. McDonald Institute research Grants: £1000 for AMS dates in Malta (2005) Cambridge Templeton Consortium (£100,000 Grant no.1093: Biocomplexity) “Explorations into the conditions of spiritual creativity in Prehistoric Malta” (PI Caroline Malone).(http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/templeton/
  • 2006:£24000 Historic Scotland (Lismore) (£19,000). McDonald Institute (£5000). 
  • 2007: £22600 Historic Scotland (Lismore)(£11,500). McDonald Institute (Gubbio): (£2500). Community Environmental Renewal Scheme (CERS) Forward Scotland grant for consolidating broch on Lismore (part of wider community application by Lismore community of 25K) (£8100). 
  • 2008:£7250 British Academy Small Grant SG49220. £7250 Archive and Dating, Gozo Leverhulme Application: Tipping Points programme: Tipping scales: searching for origins and agents of change in later prehistory. £1.7m Collaborative programme, unsuccessful 
  • 2009:£45000 PhD studentship – DELNI c £50,000 
  • 2010:£45000 PhD studentship- DELNI c £50,000 
  • 2010:£11200 Montelabate fieldwork: Unicredit bank (Euro 1000) Comune di Gubbio (in kind £1000 -meals), Comune di Perugia (Euro 400) British Academy Small Grant –Gubbio Frontier project- (£6362- grant number SG100-837, Provincia di Perugia euro 1000, Perugia Euro 400, Gubbio Euro 1000, Protezione Civile beds and laundery(Euro 500+) 
  • 2011:£8000 Montelabate fieldwork: McDonald Institute Cambridge (£4000); Provincia di Perugia (Euro 3000); Gubbio (Euro 500), in kind Protezione Civile (Euro 500+) 
  • 2012:£12000+ Montelabate fieldwork: Grant applications (collaborative) Thriplow Trust £4150, awarded; Provincia di Perugia (Euro 1500 meals+ 3000 works), in kind, free accommodation from Gaslini Foundation (c£3000), Protezione Civile (Euro 500+); Applications awaiting decision: McDonald Institute Cambridge (£4150), Aboca SPA (Euro1000), Comune di Gubbio (Euro500) Comune di Perugia (£500), Camera di Commercio di Perugia (Euro1000), Confidustria Perugia (CBI) sponsors, in kind

In addition: (2001-3) principal applicant for the British Museum department of Prehistory and Europe acquisition grants amounting to £930,000 from the Arts Fund, the Heritage Lottery Fund and National Heritage Memorial Fund for acquisition of Treasure, + £100,000 internal grant for new displays). (2001-3) British Museum Fieldwork research funds -including British Museum Friends - £6,000 for research on treasure sites in Britain.

Additional Information:

  • 1986-90 Council Member - The Prehistoric Society of Great Britain 
  • 1994-98 Conservation Officer of the Prehistoric Society 1980 –present Member: The British School at Rome 
  • 1990-93 Member of the Faculty of Archaeology, History and Letters, BSR 
  • 1985-7 Museums Association (Associate) 
  • 1985-8 The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society. 
  • 1986-7 Hon.Editor, Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society Council 
  • 1985 Elected Member of Institute of Field Archaeologists. 
  • 1990-2000 Archaeological Consultant to developers, conservation+environmental planning. 
  • 1991-96 Co-ordinator of sponsored Wessex Water Lectures, and AIB lectures (Bristol). 1
  • 1992 Elected Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. 
  • 1997-2000 CBA Adult Education Tutors Committee 
  • 1998 Elected Fellow - Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. 
  • 1998-2003 Editor, co-Editor, Antiquity 
  • 2000 Member of the European Committee for the Archaeological Institute of America. Ex-Officio-Treasure Valuation Committee and Exports Committee (DCMS)
  • 2001-2 British Museum representative on the Treasure Valuation Committee
  • 2001-2 British Museum representative on the Export Licencing Committee for the export of art and antiquities. 
  • 2001-2009 Member: BASIS - The British Academy Schools and Institutes Committee. (Academy Assessor of Egypt Exploration Society, Council for British Research in the Levant and the Council for British Archaeology, JISLAC (Latin America). 
  • 2005 Elected Honorary Citizen of the City of Troina, Enna Province, Sicily. 
  • 2006-2007 Open University – External Assessor for new Archaeological degree course. 
  • 2007-2010 External Examiner for MA in Cultural Heritage, University of East Anglia. 
  • 2008-9 Head of Undergraduate Teaching, School of GAP 2009-12 Director of Education, School of Gap 2010 Queen’s University Senior Management training “Excellence” for the top 1000 
  • 2011- External Assessor QAA for School of Geography and Archaeology, NUI Galway.

Conference organisation:

  • 1984: Organiser - Third conference of Italian Archaeology, Cambridge, England.
  • 1992: Organiser and Chairman of Extra-mural Dayschool, Bristol. Ancient Italy: origins of Urban life. 
  • 1993: Organiser and Chairman of Dayschool, Bristol. Rituals of Prehistoric Malta. Co-sponsored by Royal Commonwealth Society and Prehistoric Society 
  • 1997: Organiser - Human Origins Conference, New Hall, for Continuing Education 
  • 1999: Organiser Ancient Malta, Oxford, Rewley House. 
  • 2004 Co-organiser – Malta – current research, The British School at Rome.
    Co-Organiser – Malta – Current research, The McDonald Institute, Cambridge.
    Conference-Rabat- Ministry of Gozo – co organiser.
  • 2006 Seminars and Conference “Cult in Context” Cambridge Templeton project.
  • Planned April 2013 BRAG (British Rock Art Group) annual conference, Belfast.