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Archaeological Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 11 Archaeological Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 11 Archaeological Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Neuroanatomical dualism: morphological plasticity and stability

The aim of this project is to map normal morphological covariation across the human brain and discover population level patterns of developmental and life-course phenotypic stability and plasticity. Read more

SCENARIO: Climate variability and societal responses in Pre-Columbian South America (SC2023_18)

  Research Group: SCENARIO NERC DTP
Global warming is causing significant changes in rainfall, water availability, and agricultural productivity across tropical South America, increasing poverty and leading to migration out of rural areas. Read more

Fully-funded ACCE Archaeology project: Balance and mass distribution of the head in bipeds

Lead supervisor. Dr Sam Cobb (University of York Department of Archaeology). Co-supervisors. Prof Nathan Jeffery (University of Liverpool Department of Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science) and Dr Laura Fitton (University of York Department of Archaeology). Read more

ACCE DTP Studentship - Environmental histories of grazing and the sustainability of montane ecosystems: a case study in Snowdonia, North Wales

Background. The project will investigate the environmental history of montane heath in the Carneddau mountains, North Wales. This fragile landscape is classified as being in an unfavourable condition, affected by over-grazing and climate change. Read more

Multi-method development of dental taphonomy in forensic anthropology

This studentship proposes to develop a new line of research in dental taphonomy, developing and implementing novel methods by combining both outdooor and indoor laboratory techniques to examine dental morphology, development and bacterial invasion. Read more

QUADRAT DTP: Human-Animal-Environmental Interactions at Late Medieval Religious Foundations in Ulster

The aim of the project is to apply a multi-proxy approach that combines zooarchaeological and multi-isotope analytical techniques, to provide a more nuanced understanding of the human-animal-environment interactions that enabled key religious houses to function in Late Medieval Ulster. Read more

PhD Opportunities in Arts and Humanities at Kent

The. University of Kent. is outward looking and forward-thinking, with academic staff who are leaders in their field, outstanding facilities and award-winning student support. Read more

Modern human variation as a model for locomotor evolution in ancestral hominins

The transition to terrestrial bipedalism represents a defining episode in the history of our species. Understanding how, when, and why upright bipedalism evolved in hominins requires the biomechanics of fossil organisms to be analysed. Read more
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