Biogeologie

Giuseppe Briatico

PhD Candidate

Hölderlinstr. 12
72074 Tübingen
Germany
 +49(0)7071-29-78930
giuseppe.briaticospam prevention@mnf.uni-tuebingen.de
giuseppe.briaticospam prevention@uniroma1.it

Fields of Interest

  • African Prehistory
  • Human evolution
  • Interaction between humans and Pleistocene animals
  • Stable isotopes analyses for diet, environment, and climate in the past

Education

2018-present: Ph.D. student in Archaeology. Sapienza University of Rome (Italy) and Eberhard Karls Universität of Tübingen (Germany).
2015-2018: MA in Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology. Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.
2011-2015: BA in Archaeology. Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.

Fieldwork Experience

2019: Melka Kunture site (Early & Middle Pleistocene - Ethiopia, Africa)

2018: Melka Kunture site (Early & Middle Pleistocene - Ethiopia, Africa)

2017: Melka Kunture site (Early & Middle Pleistocene - Ethiopia, Africa)

2016: Riparo Blanc (Upper Paleolithic & Mesolithic - Lazio, Italy)

2014: Grotta di Pozzo site (Upper Paleolithic - Abruzzo, Italy)

2013: Grotta di Pozzo site (Upper Paleolithic - Abruzzo, Italy)

Honours and awards

2019: Research grant by CFEE (Centre français des études éthiopiennes, Addis Abeba - Ethiopia (25.000 ETB - around 800 euros) 2018-2021: Three-years scholarship for Ph.D. position by Sapienza University of Rome (15.000 euros per year)

Oral presentations

14th February 2020, Seminario della Scuola di Dottorato in Archeologia - Sapienza University of Rome (Italy) Archaeology and stable isotopes: case studies from Melka Kunture (Ethiopia) and Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania) (Early and Middle Pleistocene).
28th November 2019, Paleobiology Seminar - University of Tübingen (Germany) Stable isotopes analyses on tooth enamel and paleosoils from Melka Kunture (Ethiopia) and Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania) (Early and Middle Pleistocene). Studying the diet, the climate, and the environment in East Africa.
28th November 2019, CFEE seminars - Centre français des études éthiopiennes (Addis Abeba, Ethiopia) Archaeology and stable isotopes: studying the diet, the climate, and the environment. Case studies from Melka Kunture (Ethiopia) and Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania) (Early and Middle Pleistocene).
 

Posters

30 - 31 January 2019, Seminario della Scuola di Dottorato in Archeologia - Sapienza University of Rome (Italy) Stable isotopes analyses (13C, 18O) as tool for paleoenvironmental and paleoclimatic reconstruction in East Africa. Case studies from Melka Kunture (Ethiopia) and Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania) (Early and Middle Pleistocene).