The Poseidon Adventure to Yuzhnyi Olenii Ostrov In late August Rick Schulting attended a workshop held in Petrozavodsk on the shores of Lake Onega in Karelia, NW Russia. The focus of the meeting was recent work carried out on archaeological remains from the island of Yuzhnyi Olenii Ostrov and [...]
The Baikal Archaeology Project (BAP) is an international and multi-disciplinary team of scholars investigating Middle Holocene hunter-gatherer culture dynamics in two Russian regions: Baikal in Siberia (8,300–3,500 years ago) and Karelia in European Russia (8,700–8,000 years ago).
Project headquarters are based in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alberta.
Our research is primarily supported by the Partnership Grants program of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, as well as through generous contributions from the sponsors and collaborating institutions listed below.
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Dr. Andreas Duering is a Research Associate at the School of Archaeology, University of Oxford and Forensic Anthropologist at the IfoSA Forensic Institute, Munich/Berlin. His research focuses on (agent-based) demographic modelling software to study past populations and their cemeteries. He…