Andrew J. Welton is a PhD Candidate in early medieval history at the University of Florida and a CLIR Mellon Doctoral Fellow. His research interests include the society and culture of Anglo-Saxon England, the influence of technological innovation on wider social transformations in the early middle ages, material culture and ‘thing theory,’ landscape archaeology, Late Antique religion, and burial practices. His dissertation is titled, ‘Enslaving Iron: The Spear in Early Anglo-Saxon Society.’

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