Visiting Fellow in Archaeology
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Professional archaeologist with wide interest and involvement in multi-period archaeology of Northern England (see publications list) - using a range of fieldwork techniques and oral history - and European research interests focussing on the archaeology of the Ottoman-Austrian borderlands of Bosnia-Croatia, and modern pottery production in the Western Balkans.
Pottery research including a continuing long-term ethnoarchaeological study of pottery-making in the Western Balkans
Multi-period archaeological research in Northumberland using desk top study, survey and excavation, on subjects including historic buildings, Roman military and medieval ecclesiastical sites, and a long-term study of erosion damage at Harehaugh iron age hill-fort.
Oral History in Northumberland
Community Archaeology - including the preperation of over 40 detailed village histories for, and with teh participation of, communities in Northumberland, North Yorkshire and East Durham
TeachingGuest lecturer within the School of History, Classics and Archaeology in 'Pottery studies' and 'Managing Archaeological Projects'.
- Carlton RJ. Excavations carried out 2010 and 2012 in the south-west interior of Bremenium Roman Fort, High Rochester. Archaeologia Aeliana 0. In Preparation.
- Carlton RJ, Jones D. Barrowburn: A Medieval Fulling Mill on the River Coquet. Archaeologia Aeliana, Vol 42 2013. Submitted.
- Carlton RJ. Medieval Newgate Street, Newcastle upon Tyne: excavations in 2009. Archaeologia Aeliana 0. In Preparation.
- Carlton RJ. A review of ceramic ethnoarchaelogy in the Western Balkans. In: TRADITIONAL POTTERY MAKING FROM THE ETHNOARCHAEOLOGICAL POINT OF VIEW: Scientific Research and Safeguarding of Intangible Heritage. 2012, Belgrade: National Museum of Serbia. Submitted.
- Carlton RJ, Ryder PF. Kenton Hall: the unmasking of an early post-medieval house on the northern fringe of Newcastle upon Tyne. Durham Archaeological Journal, Vol. 20 2013. Submitted.
- Carlton RJ, Roberts I. Oral Histories of the Northumberland Uplands recorded for The Village Atlas and successor projects. Post-Medieval Archaeology 2012. Submitted.
- Carlton RJ, Williams A. TYNE DOCK: Descriptive History of The United Kingdom’s Greatest Coal Dock, based on recording work carried out prior to its infilling in 2011. Industrial Archaeology Review 2012. Submitted.
- Carlton RJ. The status and potential of traditional pottery-making in Bosnia-Hercegovina. In: TRADITIONAL POTTERY MAKING FROM THE ETHNOARCHAEOLOGICAL POINT OF VIEW: Scientific Research and Safeguarding of Intangible Heritage. 2012, Belgrade: National Museum of Serbia. Submitted.
- Carlton RJ, Walasek H. An Ethnography of Destruction: fieldwork assessing the cultural heritage in Bosnia-Herzegovina. In: Walasek, H, ed. Bosnia and the Destruction of Cultural Heritage. London: Ashgate, 2013. In Press.
- Carlton RJ. Archaeological Excavations at Harehaugh hill-fort in 2002. Archaeologia Aeliana 2013, 40. In Press.
- Carlton RJ, Walasek H. Documenting the Destruction. In: Walasek, H, ed. Bosnia and the Destruction of Cultural Heritage. London: Ashgate, 2013. In Press.
- Carlton RJ, Rushworth A. Barrasford and Gunnerton Historical Village Atlas: A Historical and Archaeological Study of Two Townships in the North Tyne. Chollerton, UK: Chollerton Press, 2010.
- Carlton RJ, Ryder PF. Excavations at the church of St Michael, Houghton-le-Spring. Durham archaeological journal : transactions of the Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland 2010, 2009/10.
- Roberts I, Carlton RJ, Rushworth A. Drove Roads of Northumberland. Stroud: The History Press, 2010.
- Carlton RJ, Rushworth A. The Krajina Project: Exploring the Ottoman-Habsburg Borderland. In: Peackock, A, ed. The Frontiers of the Ottoman World: Fortifications, trade, pilgrimage and slavery. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2009, pp.403-430.
- Carlton RJ. Excavations in the vicus of Bowes Roman Fort, 2009. Durham Archaeology 2009, 2008/9.
- Carlton RJ. The Role and Status of Women in the Pottery-Making Traditions of the Western Balkans. Cardiff, Wales: Interpreting Ceramics, 2008. Available at: http://www.interpretingceramics.com/issue010/articles/04.htm.
- Carlton RJ, Roberts I, Rushworth A. Droving in Northumberland National Park: An Historical and archaeological background. Northumberland: Northumberland National Park Authority, 2005.
- Carlton RJ. Traditional firing methods in Bosnia and Croatia: bonfires and kilns at Potravlje, Lijesevo, Visnjica and Rastoki. The Log Book 2004, 17(March), 8-16.
- Carlton RJ. Reflections on Paradise: images of a British Bosnian community. University of Newcastle upon Tyne: Museum of Antiquities, 2003.
- Carlton RJ. Paste and Fire: Some Comments on the Technology of Prehistoric pottery in the Western Balkans in the Light of Ethnoarchaeological Research. In: Fire in Archaeology: Papers from a Session Held at the European Association of Archaeologists Sixth Annual Meeting. 2003, Lisbon, Portugal: British Archaeological Reports Limited.
- Carlton RJ, Rushworth A. Low Cleughs: A bastle in its landscape. In: Frodsham, P, ed. Recent Archaeological Work in the Northumberland National Park. York: CBA Publications, 2004, pp.295-305.
- Carlton RJ. The Origins and Survival of Littlethorpe Potteries in the context of British Country Pottery-Making. Cardiff, UK: University of Cardiff, 2003. Available at: http://interpretingceramics.com/issue004/origins.htm.
- Rushworth A, Carlton RJ. Thirlwall Castle: A gentry residence in medieval Tynedale. In: Frodsham, P, ed. Recent Archaeological Work in the Northumberland National Park. York: CBA Publications, 2003, pp.272-294.
- Carlton RJ, Jackson M, Johnston R. Archaeological Fieldwork at Littlethorpe Potteries 2000-2002. Universities of Durham and Newcastle Archaeological Journal 2002, 24.
- Carlton RJ. Experimental open firing of locally sourced clays at Vadastra, south-east Romania. Experimental Pyrotechnology Group Newsletter 2002.
- Carlton RJ. Exploring the role of quenching in the production of calcite-tempered pottery in the western Balkans. The Old Potter's Almanack (Joint Newsletter of the Prehistoric Ceramic Research Group and the Ceramic Petrology Group) 2002, 10(1), 1-6.
- Carlton RJ. Harehaugh hillfort: preliminary report on fieldwork in Summer 2002. Universities of Durham and Newcastle Archaeological Journal 2002, 24.
- Carlton RJ. The Archaeology of Ethnic Cleansing: Appraising the Built Heritage of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Universities of Durham and Newcastle Archaeological Reports 2002, 24.
- Carlton RJ, Rushworth A. Thirlwall Castle: History of a Northumberland Border Stronghold. Hexham: Northumberland National Park Authority, 2001.
- Carlton RJ. 'Interpreting Ceramics’. University of Cardiff, 2000. Available at: http://interpretingceramics.com/issue001/speakers/carlton.htm.
- Carlton RJ, Rushworth A. The Croatian and Bosnian Vojna Krajina (Military Frontier). Universities of Durham and Newcastle Archaeological Reports 1999, 22.
- Carlton R. The Past and Future of Traditional Pottery-Making in Bosnia. The Studio Potter 1999, 27(1).
- Carlton R. The Pirocani Pottery-Making Tradition in the Former-Yugoslavia. The Studio Potter 1999, 27,2.
- Carlton R. An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Pottery Production on the island of Iž, North Dalmatia. In: Bintliff,J;Chapman,J;Gaffney,V;Slapšak,B, ed. Recent developments in Yugoslav archaeology. BAR International Series 431, 1988.
- Carlton RJ, Ryder PF. Archaeological Investigations carried out between 2008 and 2010 at the Parish Church of St Laurence, Warkworth. Archaeologia Aeliana, Vol. 41 2012. Submitted.
- Carlton RJ. Re-evaluating the Role of Women in West Balkan Pottery-Making Traditions. In: Jones, J, ed. Interpreting Ceramics. Cardiff: UWIC, 2012. Submitted.