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Name Serena Love
Position Honorary Research Fellow
Institutional Affiliation University of Queensland
Latitude -27.495596
Longitude 153.011674
Research Interests

ancient Egypt, Old Kingdom, pyramids, scared landscapes
Prehistoric archaeology, ancient architecture, mudbrick houses
Aboriginal archaeology, Australian archaeology

Websites https://social-science.uq.edu.au/profile/360/serena-love; http://www.everick.com.au/serena-love--senior-archaeologist.aspx

In press. Assmussen, B and S. Love. Collecting Ancient Egypt: Ancient Egyptian objects in the Queensland Museum. Brisbane: University of Queensland Press.
In review. Love, S., E. Hubbard, F. Klimscha and D. Rosenberg. Investigating Middle Chalcolithic Mud Brick Production at Tel Tsaf, Israel, Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. Submitted December 2017.
Love, S. 2017. Field Methods for the Analysis of Mudbrick Architecture. Journal of Field Archaeology 42: 351-363.
Love, S. 2016. Archaeology, Architecture and the Senses: Exploring the sensory contribution of building materials, in Mikkel Bille & Tim Flohr Sørensen (eds.) Elements of Architecture: Assembling Archaeology, Atmosphere and the Performance of Building Space. London: Routledge. Pp. 213-230.
Barański, M., A. García Suárez, A. Klimowicz, S. Love, K. Pawłowska. 2015. The Architecture of Neolithic Çatalhöyük as a Process: Complexity in apparent simplicity”, in Assembling Çatalhöyük, Ian Hodder & Arkadiusz Marciniak, Eds. Maney Publishing. Pp. 111-126.
Weisler, M. and S. Love. 2015. Geoarchaeology, in James D. Wright (ed.) International Encyclopaedia of the Social and Behavioral Science, Second edition. Oxford: Elsevier. Pp. 53-57.
Rosenberg, D. F. Klimscha, P. Graham, C. Hill, L. Weissbrod, I. Katlav, S. Love, S. Pinsky, E. Hubbard. 2014. Back to Tsaf: A preliminary report on the 2013 season of the renewed project at Tel Tsaf. Journal of Israeli Prehistoric Society 44: 148-179.
Love, S. 2013. Architecture as Material Culture: Building form and materiality in the Pre-Pottery Neolithic of Anatolia and Levant. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 32: 746-758.
Butzer, K, E. Butzer and S. Love. 2013. Urban Geoarchaeology and Environmental History at the Lost City of the Pyramids, Giza: Review and discussion. Journal of Archaeological Science 40: 3340-3366.
Love, S. 2013. The Performance of Building and Technological Choices Made Visible in Mudbrick Architecture. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 23: 263-282.
Love, S. 2013. An Archaeology of Mudbrick Houses from Çatalhöyük, in I. Hodder (ed.), Substantive Technologies at Çatalhöyük: Reports from the 2000-08 seasons. Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute. Pp. 81-96.
Love, S. 2012. The Geoarchaeology of Mudbricks Architecture: A methodological study from Çatalhöyük, Turkey. Geoarchaeology 27: 140-156.
Love, S. 2007. Materializations of Memory: Remembering and forgetting the Old Kingdom pyramid kings, in J-C Goyon and C. Cardin (eds) Proceedings from the Ninth International Congress of Egyptologists. Leuven: Peeters. Pp. 1169-1180.
Love, S. 2006. Stones, Ancestors and Pyramids: Investigating the symbolic landscape of Memphis, in M. Verner and M. Barta (eds) Old Kingdom Art and Archaeology. Prague: Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Pp. 209-220.
Piquette, K. and S. Love, eds. 2005. Current Research in Egyptology 2003. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
Love, S. 2003. What is in a Name? Questioning the Name and Location of Memphis, Egypt. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology 14: 70-84.
Love, S. 2001. Fieldwork Report: Abusir Drill Core Survey, Egypt. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology 12: 110-113.
Love, S. 2000. A Peripatetic Old Kingdom Capital: A Fourth Dynasty Model from Giza. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology 11: 61-76.

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