PhD – University of Copenhagen

Anne Jörgensen Lindahl

Anne Jörgensen Lindahl

PhD fellow

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    I obtained my Bachelor's degree in Scandinavian prehistoric archaeology from Lund University, Sweden, in 2014. In 2017 I graduated from Leiden University with a Master's degree focused on micro-wear analysis of flint artefacts.

    I am currently employed as a PhD fellow at the Centre for the Study of Early Agricultural Societies (CSEAS) on the project Changing Foodways in Prehistoric southwest Asia: Reconstructing food procurement, processing and cooking during the Epipalaeolithic-Neolithic transition. 

    My research centres on micro-wear analysis of the chipped stone assemblages from the Jordanian sites of Shubayqa 1 (Early to Late Natufian, c. 14,500 - 11,500 cal. BP) and Shubayqa 6 (Late Natufian to EPPNB, c. 12,300 - 10,500 cal. BP). The main focus is to investigate the role of the chipped stone tools in various food-related activities.

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