Projects from Dr. Dorota Wojtczak

  • Post-doctoral projects (main investigator):
    • 1.04.2015 - 1.03.2017 Levantine Early Hominid behaviour pattern from the techno-typological and traceological studies of lithic assemblages. SNSF funded project ; Cultures et Environnements. Préhistoire, Antiquité, Moyen Âge CEPAM - UMR 7264 CNRS / Université Nice Sophia Antipolis Préhistoire et Ethnoarchéologie : systèmes techniques, espaces sociaux, transferts (CEPAM - UMR 7264 CNRS / Université Nice Sophia Antipolis) in cooperation with Integrative Prehistoric and Archaeological Science (IPAS), University of Basel.
    • 1.04.2013 - 31.03.2014 Microwear analysis of the lithic assemblages associated with Lower Palaeolithic Homo Erectus remains in Nadaouiyeh Aïn Askar (Syria) and with Neolithic lake dwelling of Arbon Bleiche 3 (Switzerland). SNSF funded project ; CEPAM - UMR 7264 CNRS / Université Nice Sophia Antipolis in cooperation with IPAS, University of Basel.
    • 1.09.2012 - 31.03.2013 Scratching the surface: use-wear studies in archaeology. Freiwillige Akademische Gesellschaft (FAG) funded project, University of Basel, IPAS in cooperation with CEPAM - UMR 7264 CNRS / Université Nice Sophia Antipolis.
  • Projects:
    • 2018 - present: Research associate in the project: An Interdisciplinary study of the faunal remains from Abri Unterkobel (Oberriet SG) - Reconstruction of the prehistoric economy, faunal changes, environmental history and human impact within a rock-shelter site in Eastern Switzerland (CR12I3_159658 (PI: Dr. Martin Schindler, Kantonsarchäologie St. Gallen, Co-PI: J. Schibler).  Responsibility: the use-wear analysis of stone and bone artefacts.
    • 2017 - present: traceological studies on stone artefacts from Hayonim Cave, Palaeolithic layers E-F. Cooperation with Dr. V. Roots from Traceolab at the University of Liège, Belgium.
    • 2016 - present : Research associate in the Project : ‘Le site de la Roche-Cotard à Langeais (Indre-et-Loire) ; Enjeux de la connaissance et de la datation d'un site moustérien à productions à caractère symbolique’. Projet Collectif de Recherches (PI : Jean-Claude Marquet), France.
    • 2014 - present : Research associate: “Palaeolithic in Jordan.” Project supported by Swiss-Lichtenstein Foundation for Archaeological Research Abroad and University of Basel.
    • Since 2004 - present: Research associate in Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) funded project: “Le Paéolithique d’El-Kowm”.

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