New archaeological investigation of human ecology in the Puna of Junín, Peruvian Andes

2019 Faculty Initiatives Fund, College of Social Science, Michigan State University.

Chronology, seasonality, and inter-zonal connections in a Terminal Pleistocene-Early Holocene settlement system, southern Peru

Grant #1659015 "Social Adaptation in a Highly Varied Spatial Environment"

Assessing the long-term human habitability of the Peruvian Andes with paired archaeological and lake records

Northern Illinois University Research and Artistry Opportunity Grant

Bioarchaeological investigation of human colonization and adaptation in the high-elevation Peruvian Andes

Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Pontifical Catholic University of Lima, DFG Center Words Bones Genes Tools, Northern Illinois University

Created by Emily Milton and Kurt Rademaker 2018

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