Eleanor Kingwell-Banham

PhD student and Research assistant on the ComPAg project
Institute of Archaeology
University College London
E-mail: e.kingwell-banham.09@ucl.ac.uk
Page: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/people/research/kingwell-banham

Fields of interest:

Macrobotanic remains, Phytoliths, Ariculture, Domestication, South Asia, Irrigation.

Recent publications

Kingwell-Banham, E., Petrie, C. A. and Fuller, D. Q
Early agriculture in South Asia. In Barker, G. and Goucher, C. (eds.), Cambridge World History. Volume 2. A World with
Agriculture, 12,000 BCE–500 CE. Cambridge University Press. (in press, planned April 2015)

Kingwell-Banham, E. and Fuller, D.Q
Brown Top Millet: Origins and Development. In Smith, C. (ed.), Encyclopaedia of Global Archaeology. Springer, New York. 2014, pp. 1021-1024

Kingwell-Banham, E. and Fuller, D.Q.
Horse Gram: Origins and Development. In Smith, C. (ed.), Encyclopaedia of Global Archaeology. Springer, New York. 2014, pp. 1021-1024

Kingwell-Banham, E. and Fuller, D.Q.
Pigeon Pea: Origins and Development. In Smith, C. (ed.), Encyclopaedia of Global Archaeology. Springer, New York. 2014, pp. 1021-1024

Kingwell-Banham, E. and Fuller, D.Q.
Shifting cultivators in South Asia: expansion, marginalisation and specialisation over the long term. Quaternary International, 2012, vol.249, pp. 84-95

Weisskopf, A., Harvey, E., Kingwell-Banham, E., Kajale, M., Mohanty, R., Fuller, D.Q.
Archaeobotanical implications of phytolith assemblages from cultivated rice systems, wild rice stands and macro-regional patterns. Journal of archaeological science, 2013

Fuller, D.Q., van Etten, J., Manning, K., Castillo, C., Kingwell-Banham, E., Weisskopf, A., Qin, L., Sato, Yo-Ichiro, Hijmans, R.J.
The contribution of rice agriculture and livestock pastoralism to prehistoric methane levels: An archaeological assessment. Holocene 2011, 21 (5), pp. 743-759

Fuller, D.Q., Sato, Y-I., Castillo, C., Qin, L., Weisskopf, A., Kingwell-Banham, E., Song, J., Ahn, S-M., van Etten, J.
Consilience of genetics and archaeobotany in the entangled history of rice. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 2010, 2 (2), pp. 115-131