The European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant project: “The Wall: People and Ecology in Medieval Mongolia and China” at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem under the direction of Prof. Gideon Shelach-Lavi is offering post-doc fellowships. The successful candidates will be part of a unique interdisciplinary team. The project combines archaeological, historic and paleo-climatic research. It focuses on what is, perhaps, the most enigmatic episode of ‘Great Wall’ construction in China and Mongolia: A wall system located in North China and Mongolia that covers a distance of over 3,500 km. Our team will participate in the archaeological expedition to Mongolia and China and will conduct paleo-limnological, geomorphological and pedological work, including chronology construction, stable isotopes (organic and inorganic) analysis and hydrological and isotopic modeling. This team is headed by Dr. Yonatan Goldsmith from the Institute of Earth Sciences of the Hebrew University.
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