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Human-animal Relationships in Archaeology: Worldviews of Hunter-gatherers in Northern Europe. Introductory Report

By Maja Pasarić, Graeme Warren

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The project Human-Animal Relationships in Archaeology: Worldviews of hunter gatherers in Northern Europe (HARA) is a newly commenced postdoctoral research project at the School of Archaeology UCD. Dr Maja Pasaric who has been awarded a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship for her project started at UCD in September 2016. The project is based in School of Archaeology and its Centre for Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture and is mentored by Dr Graeme Warren, UCD School of Archaeology. HARA project focuses on how animal remains, especially artefacts made of animal remains, and animal iconography, reflect and construct human-animal relations

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Marcy Wilhelm-South

Purdue University

Date 2016
Pages 5
URL http://hdl.handle.net/10197/8420
Language English
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  1. Animal roles
  2. Archaeology
  3. Human-animal relationships
  4. open access
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