To gain an understanding of human development, one needs to detail the interactions between mankind and both its physical and perceived environment. Graduate training and research already emphasizes interdisciplinary research involving both Arts and Humanities and Natural Sciences on this topic at Christian-Albrechts-Universität (CAU). This is exemplified by numerous graduate projects in Natural Sciences that have been, and are, tackling archaeological problems, while, at the same time, cultural studies and archaeology provide important clues and directions for scientific analysis.


New Collaborative Research Centre at Kiel University with an Archaeological Viewpoint on Transformations

DFG grants 12 million Euros for research on human-environmental interactions in prehistoric and archaic societies

What Ötzi’s stomach bacteria disclose about European migration

A Kiel research team is involved in the detection of pathogens from the glacier mummy

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