The curatorial responsibilities of members of the Department, with a selection of recent or pending publications specifically on the Museum collections, are as follows:
- Susan Walker, Keeper (On research leave until May 2013)
- Greek and Roman collections
Currently researching the Wilshere collection of Roman gold glass and sculpture for publication. She specialises in Roman sculpture, glass and architecture, and was much involved with the design elements of the Ashmolean Redevelopment.
- Paul Collins, Acting Keeper until April 2013
- Ancient Near Eastern collections
Specialises in Mesopotamian art and archaeology with a focus on the late fourth, early third and first millennia BC. Working on the analysis and digitization of material from Kish.
- Eleanor Standley, Assistant Keeper
- Anglo-Saxon and Medieval collections
Specialises in later medieval British archaeology, with a particular interest in themes of daily life and dress accessories. She is also a lecturer in the University's School of Archaeology.
- Liam McNamara, Assistant Keeper
- Ancient Egypt and Sudan collections
Specialises in the archaeology of the late Predynastic and Early Dynastic periods. He was Lead Curator on the redevelopment of the Egypt and Nubia galleries, which reopened on 26 November 2011.
- Alison Roberts, Curator
- European and Early Prehistory collections and Department of Antiquities archives.
Working on the web publication of the British archaeological collections, and the Sir John Evans archive. She specialises in Palaeolithic and Mesolithic archaeology, lithic technology and the history of archaeology.
- Anja Ulbrich, Curator
- The A.G. Leventis Curator of the Cypriot Collection
Working on the digitisation of the Ancient Cypriot collection for publication on the Ashmolean website (Cyprus Digitisation Project). She specialises in first millennium BC Cypriot and Greek archaeology, particularly cultural contacts in the East Mediterranean, cult, sanctuary sites and sculptures.