Professor Henry Chapman
Henry started his career with the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England (RCHME) as a Landscape Investigator in the south-west, before taking up a post at the University of Hull as a researcher focusing on wetland archaeology. He completed a PhD whilst working at Hull, and developed a range of archaeological research projects, whilst also working commercially and for Channel 4’s Time Team. He subsequently moved to the University of Birmingham, initially within the Birmingham Archaeology field unit, leading the Visual and Spatial Technology Centre, before becoming an academic. He is currently researching the landscape archaeology of European bog bodies (LAEBB), Wildscapes (focusing on the landscape evolution of the Humberhead Levels), the re-interpretation of later prehistoric marsh-forts, and two projects in the Stonehenge landscape. He has published eight books and ninety research papers.