Universität Bonn

Institut für Archäologie und Kulturanthropologie DE

Rebecca O'Sullivan PhD


Vor- und Frühgeschichtliche Archäologie
Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Brühler Strasse 7, D-53119 Bonn
Tel. +49 (0)228 73-6378
Fax +49 (0)228 73-7466
E-Mail: rebecca.osullivan@uni-bonn.de

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Regions and time periods: China, Korea, Japan, Siberia, Mongolia, 2nd millennium BCE, 1st millennium BCE, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Palaeometal

Topics: large-scale exchange networks, cross-border connections, nationalism in archaeology, archaeology in popular media, archaeogaming

  • 2021–2023 -> Humboldt Foundation Research Fellowship, Universität Bonn (Germany). Host: PD Dr Ursula Brosseder
  • 2019–2021 -> International Postdoctoral Exchange Fellowship (Talent-Introduction Program), Jilin University (PR China). Host: Prof Shao Huiqiu
  • 2018 -> DPhil Archaeology, University of Oxford (UK), “Landscape and Connections: Petroglyphs of the Altai in the 2nd and 1st Millennium BCE”
  • 2013 -> MSc Archaeology, University of Liverpool (UK), “A Biological Distance Study of a High to Late Middle Age Period (1000–1550 CE) Cemetery in Cheshire, England: Poulton Chapel Cemetery”
  • 2012 -> MA(Hons) Chinese Studies, University of Edinburgh (UK)
  • O’Sullivan, R. 2022. National trauma, powerlessness, and female protagonists in East Asian historical survival horror. In J. Draycott (ed) Women in Historical and Archaeological Video Games, 225–242. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Oldenbourg. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110724257-009
  • 苏蓓、邵会秋,《新疆阿勒泰地区青铜时代和铁器时代的岩画综述》,《Journal of Rock Art (JRA)》,2022年一卷一期,第39~52页。
  • O’Sullivan, R. and Shao, H.-Q. 2022. The Bronze and Iron Age Rock Art of Altay Prefecture, Xinjiang: A Synthesis. Rock Art Research: The Journal of the Australian Rock Art Research Association 39(1): 83–96.
  • Hsu, Y.-K., Klein, S., O’Sullivan, R., Zhushchikhovskaya, I.S., Popov, A.N., Klyuev, N.A., Nikitin, Y.G., Sidorenko, E.V. 2021. Provenance and distribution networks of the earliest bronze in the Maritime Territory (Primorye), Russian Far East. The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology: 1–21. https://doi.org/10.1080/15564894.2021.1958110
  • O’Sullivan, R. 2021. Replication in Rock Art Past and Present: a Case Study of Bronze and Iron Age Rock Art in the Altai, Eastern Eurasia. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 28: 387–412. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10816-020-09460-z [online 2020]
  • Hsu, Y.-K., O’Sullivan, R., and Li, H. 2021. Sources of Western Zhou lead: a new understanding of Chinese Bronze Age supply networks. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 13(2). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12520-021-01279-3
  • O’Sullivan, R. 2020. East Asia: Rock Art. In C. Smith (ed), Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. 2nd Edition. Springer International Publishing, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-30018-0_3131
  • Li, H. and O’Sullivan, R. 2020. Diachronic change in the Shang dynasty ritual package. Archaeological Research in Asia 23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ara.2020.100210
  • O’Sullivan, R. and Hommel, P. 2020. Fantastic beasts and where to find them: Composite animals in the context of Eurasian Early Iron Age art. In C. Nimura, H. Chittock, P. Hommel, and C. Gosden (eds), Art in the Eurasian Iron Age: Context, Connections and Scale, 53–69. Oxbow.
  • O’Sullivan, R. 2020. Movement across a ‘mountain barrier’: Mapping accessibility with rock-art and GIS in the Altai Mountains, Eastern Eurasia. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 27: 101979. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2019.101979
  • O’Sullivan, R., Marini, C., and Binnberg, J., eds. 2017. Archaeological Approaches to Breaking Boundaries: Interaction, Integration and Division. Proceedings of the Graduate Archaeology at Oxford Conferences 2015–16. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.

Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA), World Archaeological Congress (WAC)

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