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The CECD is an AHRC funded research group dedicated to examining the evolutionary underpinnings of human cultural behaviour, past and present. more>

   
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Research Fellows Profile
Dr Felix Riede
Assistant Professor (adjunkt), Department of Prehistoric Archaeology, Institute of Anthropology, Archaeology and Linguistics

Aarhus University
Moesgård
Højbjerg
DK-8270
Tel: +45 8942 4559 (office)
Mobile: +45 2310 7382 (mobile)
Email: f.riede@hum.au.dk

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Funding
(formerly) British Academy Post-doctoral Fellowship and McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
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Research and Teaching interests
- niche construction
- the Late Glacial & Mesolithic of Northern Europe, esp. Scandinavia
- phylogenetic methods
- gene-culture co-evolution
- stone tool analysis
- prehistoric volcanism & its impact on past societies
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Educational Background
Ph.D. - Cambridge (2007)
M.Phil. - Cambridge (2003)
B.A. - Durham (2002)
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Associated Links:
http://www.nicheconstruction.com
http://person.au.dk/da/farkfr@hum
http://www.semioticon.com
http://britac.ac.uk
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/staff/profiles/riede

Associated AHRC CECD Projects (Phase 2):
Project A009
Constructing the Human Niche at the End of the Last Ice Age: An Integrated Quantitative Approach to the Pioneer Late Pleistocene Human Re-colonisation of Europe