Luke Michno-Neville

Postgraduate Researcher


  • BSc (University of Reading)
  • MSc (University of Reading)
  • PhD / DPhil


Luke Michno-Neville is a PhD researcher exploring how human communities lived with the blue-green landscapes of the Humberhead Levels during the Holocene. His PhD work is part of the Leverhulme Scholarship's Centre for Water Cultures cohort based in the Energy and Environment Institute at Hull.

Prior to his PhD, Luke studied a BSc in Archaeology (1st) at the University of Reading and an MSc in Environmental Archaeology (Distinction) also at Reading.

Luke also undertakes a number of teaching duties alongside his PhD including teaching first year undergraduate tutorials, demostrating in first and second year practials and field trips, and also undertaking first year personal tutor duties.

Luke has also a member of the School of Environmental Sciences PRG Committee.

Luke has been demonstrating and running tutorial sessions on the following modules:

Planet Earth

Exploring Worlds Around Us

Interpreting Environments

Environmental Change

Research interests

Palaeoecology, Archaeology, Geoarchaeology, Landscape History, Palanology, Prehistory.

Membership/Fellowship of professional body

AFHEA Teaching Certificate