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Jordi Rosell

I am professor of Zooarchaeology and Prehistory of Africa at the  Master’s Degree in Quaternary Archaeology and Human Evolution from the Rovira i Virgili University. I work with Eudald Carbonell, Juan Luís Arsuaga and José María Bermúdez de Castro at the Atapuerca sites (Burgos, Spain) and, yet again with Eudald Carbonell in the Abric Romaní site, in Barcelona (Spain). At this moment, I’m co-director of the archaeological sites of the Toll-Teixoneres Caves, in Barcelona, Spain. I also work as a research member of the IPHES, in the Zooarchaeological department.

My current research is focused on occupational models during the earliest prehistory in Europe and all subjects related to this. One of the most exciting topics of this research is hominid-carnivore interactions and the influence that carnivores could’ve had over human behaviour and human evolution.

Written by jordirosellardevol

March 17, 2011 at 12:13 pm

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