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Peter Jordan's ArchSci2020 PhDs

Aripekka Junno (2016-2020) – Promoter – Peter Jordan / Sven Isaaksson (University of Stockholm) – PhD title: ArchSci2020: Human-Animal Relations in the Okhotsk Culture of Northeast Asia

Madison Llewellin (2016-2020) – Promoter – Peter Jordan / Sven Isaaksson (University of Stockholm)   – PhD title: ArchSci2020: Direct AMS dating of early pottery in Northern Eurasia

Xenia Weber (2016-2020) – Promoter – Peter Jordan / Morten Tange Olsen (Natural History Museum of Denmark) – PhD title: ArchSci2020: Ancient DNA insights into long-term human exploitation of Atlantic walrus  

Jack Dury (2016-2020) – Promoter – Peter Jordan / Gunilla Ericksson (University of Stockholm) – PhD title: ArchSci2020: Correcting for radiocarbon reservoir effects in prehistoric human and faunal skeletal remains in Northern Eurasia  

Özge Demirci (2016-2020) – Promoter – Daan Raemaekers / Peter Jordan / Oliver Craig (BioArch, University of York) – PhD title: ArchSci2020: Diversity and function of early hunter-gatherer pottery in NW Europe

Manon Bondetti (2016-2020) – Promoter – Peter Jordan / Oliver Craig (BioArch, University of York) – PhD title: ArchSci2020: Understanding the ‘Aquatic Neolithic’ of the North European Boreal Forest

This project has received funding from the European Union's EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020 under Marie Curie Actions Grant Agreement No 676154


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