I am a Palaeolithic archaeologist with particular research interests in bone tools and vegetal crafting (including basketry, matting, netting, textiles, etc.).
Bone / Antler
I am an experimental archaeologist recently graduated from the University of Exeter, and about to embark on a PhD. I am interested in human-bird relations and the material culture of feathers that have informed and shaped human worlds.
I am a foundation degree student studying my level 5 in History, Heritage and Archaeology at Strode College. Just embarking on an experimental archaeology assignment.
My research combines Modernist art history and theory to evaluate the effects of prehistory on 20th Century ideas about animals and utopia, and to mourn the Sixth Mass Extinction as an unnatural cataclysm.
I am a PhD candidate at the Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution (ARCHE) at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. My research focuses on the use of organic tools (i.e., osseous and wooden tools) in Aboriginal Australia and Palaeolithic Europe
I started in 1997 to work at Ekehagens Forntidsby, where I got in contact with flintknapping. Worked there for 8 years as schoolinstructor, prehistory technologies as flintknapping. I worked with Uppsala, Lund and Malmö universities with different Flint/stone experiments.
My research and experimentation activity started in summer 2008 with the first pit-firings and the first mono-chamber kiln (Bronze Age).
Gabriela Sartori Mingatos (São Paulo – Brazil – 1986), studied History at Nove de Julho University and Social Sciences at Federal University of São Paulo. She obtained her Master’s Degree at the National Museum.