Gisela Grupe is Professor of Anthropology and Environmental History at Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität Munich. Besides that she is director of the Staatssammlung für Anthropologie and Paläoanatomie Munich. Her research focuses on isotopic landscapes for bioarchaeological studies, particularly the relationship between humans, animals and their environment in the Old World during the Late Quarternary, as reflected by stable isotopes in human and animal remains from archaeological sites.
- 15.5.2014TalkBioarchaeological research in the Bronze to Iron Age cemetery Maikhan Tolgoi, Central Mongolia: state of research and future prospectsPart of: On the Road — Bioarchaeological and Cultural Scientific Aspects of Non-Sedentary CommunitiesSpeaker
- TalkMissing in Action During the 30 Years’ War: Provenance of Soldiers from the Wittstock Battlefield, October 4, 1636. An Investigation of Stable Strontium and Oxygen IsotopesPart of: Migrations in Prehistory and Early History: Stable Isotopes and Population Genetics – New Answers to Old Questions?Speaker
- 24.3.2010 - 26.3.2010ConferenceMigrations in Prehistory and Early History: Stable Isotopes and Population Genetics – New Answers to Old Questions?Speaker