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Ann Van Baelen
Research Assistant In-Africa project
Dept. of Archaeology & Anthropology
University of Cambridge


E-mail
av431@cam.ac.uk

Profile
https://cambridge.academia.edu/
AnnVanBaelen

Research interests
My research interests focus on Prehistoric hunter-gatherer populations in the Old World and human evolution. I am particularly interested in lithic production systems, Middle Palaeolithic / Middle Stone Age settlement dynamics and the use of GIS for archaeological applications.


 
Current Projects PI(s) Funding
In Africa: The Role of East Africa in the Evolution of Human Diversity M Mirazon Lahr European Research Council
The Middle Palaeolithic occupation of St. Geertruid-De Kaap (The Netherlands) J Deeben & J-W de Kort (Netherlands Cultural Heritage Agency – RCE) Netherlands Cultural Heritage Agency – RCE
     
Recent Projects Supervisor Funding
Kesselt-Op de Schans (Limburg, Belgium) and the Lower / Middle Palaeolithic transition in Northwestern Europe P Van Peer (KU Leuven) PhD fellowship of the Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO)

 




 
 
   
   
 
         
 

 

         
 
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