Stephen Shennan is a professor of theoretical archaeology, and was director of the Institute of Archaeology at the University College London from 2005-2014. Shennan focuses on cultural evolution and Darwinian archaeology, applying theories from evolutionary ecology and cladistics to archaeology. In July 2006, Shenann was elected Fellow of the British Academy.
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- Genes, Memes and Human History: Darwinian Archaeology and Cultural Evolution. 2002. Thames & Hudson.
- Quantifying Archaeology. 1997. Edinburgh University Press