The UCL Institute of Archaeology is seeking to appoint a Research Fellow to join the "From correlations to explanations: towards a new European prehistory" (COREX) project. The project will combine prehistoric human genomic, archaeological, environmental, stable isotope and climate data to better understand the processes that shaped our biological and cultural past from the time of the first farmers to the Iron Age (between 6000 to 500 BCE). The post-holder will be a member of an international team developing interdisciplinary approaches to achieve the projects aims. They will collaborate with other team members to integrate existing and newly collected large-scale archaeological data, existing ancient genomes, dietary and mobility isotope results, land cover inferred from pollen diagrams, and new eDNA results. This will provide the basis for exploring the relations between patterns in these different data classes and modelling how small-scale processes can generate large-scale patterns in genetic and cultural data.
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