Erik Otárola-Castillo

I am an archaeologist, human evolutionary biologist and biometrician. My research revolves around the question: “What do people eat and why?” To answer it, I study the diversity, ecology, evolution and co-evolution of behavioral phenotypes in prehistoric and modern foraging populations (human and non-human primates). Currently, I am interested in evaluating the effects that climatic…

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Jesse Wolfhagen

2022-2024 Alumn I am a Bayesian archaeologist whose research couches animal domestication into broader ecological relationships between human communities and local plant and animal populations. I study this through animal bones recovered from archaeological sites and isotopic analyses of these bones to model how populations and their behaviors changed in response to human hunting and…

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