Emanuela Cristiani

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L-ANT/01 ( Preistoria e protostoria )
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1. INFORMAZIONI PERSONALI

Indirizzo: Universitàdi Roma La Sapienza | Dipartimento di Scienze Odontostomatologiche e Maxillo Facciali | Via Caserta 6, 00161 | E-mail: emanuela.cristiani@uniroma1.it |  Tel: +39 06 49918157

2. ISTRUZIONE E FORMAZIONE

Ph.D.in Archeologia, Dip. di Scienze dell’Antichità, Univ. di Roma “La Sapienza” (2005–2010).
M.A. in Archeologia, Dip. di Scienze dell’Antichità, Univ. di Roma “La Sapienza” (2001–2004).
B.A.in Archeologia, Dip. di Scienze dell’Antichità, Univ. di Roma “La Sapienza” (1998–2001).

3. ESPERIENZA PROFESSIONALE

(Novembre 2016 - Oggi)Professore Associato, Univ. di Roma “La Sapienza” (SSD L-Ant/01 – Preistoria e Protostoria).
 
(2015-2016) ERC Starting Grant - Senior Research Associate,McDonald institute for Archaeological Research, Univ. di Cambridge (UK).
 
(2014–2015) Visiting scholar,McDonald institute for Archaeological Research, Univ. di Cambridge (UK).
 
(2013)Research Associate, Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America, Columbia University.
 
(2011–2013) Marie Curie Research Fellow, Dipartimento di Archeologia, Univ. di Cambridge.
 
(2010–2011) Wenner-Gren Foundation Post-doctoral fellowship, Univ. di Roma “La Sapienza”.
 

4. BORSE DI STUDIO, PROGETTI E FINANZIAMENTI

(2015)McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research (Univ.di Cambridge): PI, progetto: “Foragers of north-west Montenegro.” (£5000).
 
(2014)University of Cambridge – ERC Starting Grant 2014: PI, progetto: “Plant foods in Palaeolithic and Mesolithic societies of SE Europe and Italy” (Acronimo: HIDDEN FOODS; Funding ID: 639286). € 1,499,855.50.
 
(2013)Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America – Columbia University, Post-doctoral Fellowship: PI, progetto: “Ornaments Body ornaments in the Upper Paleolithic and Mesolithic of Italy.” US $27,500.
 
(2013)McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research (Univ. di Cambridge): PI, progetto: “Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Foragers of north-west Montenegro.” £5000.
 
(2012)McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research (Univ. di Cambridge): PI, progetto: “Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Foragers of Montenegro.” £7350.
 
(2011-2013)Marie Curie, IEF Intra-European Fellowship: PI, progetto: “Meso-Neo Technology. Technology of the Last Foragers and First Farmers in the Balkans.” € 210,092.
 
(2010)Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Post-doctoral Fellowship: PI, progetto: “In pursuit of Meso-Neolithic taskscapes in the Danube Gorges: Techno-functional analyses of osseous tools, ornaments and knapped stone implements.”$20,000.
 
(2011)Natural Environment Research Council (NERC): co-PI con Dr. Dušan Borić, progetto NRCF per datazioni AMS:Dating the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in the Alps”per 13 datazioni AMS. £4,485.
 
(2007-2008)Projects fellowships Universitá di Trento, progetto: “Technological and functional analysis of artefacts between Mesolithic and Early Neolithic at Riparo Gaban (Trento, Italy)”. €19,300.
 

5. PRINCIPALI MATERIE/ABILITA’ PROFESSIONALI

Adattamenti umani dellaPreistoria antica (Paleolitico e Mesolitico) in  Italia e nei Balcani;
 
Abitudini alimentariattraverso lo studio di microfossili preservati nel tartaro antico;
 
Studio della tecnologia preistorica in osso e pietratramite l’analisi delle tracce d’uso e di residui archeologici;
 
Modificazioni antropiche e non antropiche su superfici ossee inclusi resti ossei umani (e.g. manipolazioni post-deposizionali, tafonomia, ecc.);
 
Prime forme di simbolismo e sistemi di ornamentazione;
 
Utilizzo di microscopia ottica e digitale (e.g. SEM, stereomicroscopio, microscopio biologico e metallografico a luce riflessa e polarizzata).
 

6. PUBBLICAZIONI

1.    Borgia V., Cristiani E. (in press) Palaeolithic Italy. Advanced studies on early human adaptations in the Appennine Peninsula. Sidestone Press, Leiden
Refereed journal articles (ultimi 4 anni):
 
1.       Zupancic A., Nunziante-Cesaro S., Blasco R., Rosell J., Cristiani E., Venditti F., Lemorini C., Barkai R. & Gopher A. (2016) Early evidence of stone tool use in bone working activities at Qesem Cave, Israel, Scientific Reports 6:37686  DOI: 10.1038/srep37686
2.       CristianiE., Radini A., Edinborough M., Boric D., (2016)Dental calculus reveal Mesolithic foragers in the Balkans consumed domesticated plant foods, PNAS 113, 37: 10298-10303. Doi: 10.1073/pnas.1603477113
3.       CristianiE., Radini A., Boric D., Mutri G., Filipovic D., Allué E., Bonsall C., Boroneant A., Dalmeri G., Fontana F., Lo Vetro D., Martini F., Negrino F., Peresani M., Riel-Salvatore J., Sarti L., Vujevic D. & Vukojicic  S. (2016) The ‘Hidden Foods’ project: new research into the role of plant foods in Palaeolithic and Mesolithic societies of South-east Europe and Italy, Antiquity Project Gallery, http://antiquity.ac.uk/projgall/572
4.       Peresani M., Cristiani E., and Romandini M. (2016), The Uluzzian technology of Grotta di Fumane and its implication for reconstructing cultural dynamics in the Middle – Upper Palaeolithic transition of Western Eurasia,Journal of Human Evolution 91: 36-56.
5.       CristianiE. and Borić D., (2016), Social networks and connectivity among the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic foragers of the Balkans and Italy. In: Krauß R. and Floss H. (eds.) Southeast Europe before Neolithisation. UniversityofTübingen, Germany, pp. 73-112. 
6.       Cristiani E., Dimitrijević V., Vitezović S. (2016), Fishing with lure hooks at the Late Neolithic site of Vinča-Belo Brdo, Serbia.Journal of Archaeological Science65: 134-147.
7.       CristianiE. and Borić D. (2016), Mesolithic harpoons from Odmut, Montenegro: Chronological, Contextual, Technological and Use-Wear Analyses. Quaternary International. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2015.11.010.
8.       Bertolini M., Cristiani E., Modolo M., Visentini P., and Romandini M. (2015), Late Epigravettian and Mesolithic foragers of the eastern Alpine region. Animal exploitation and ornamental strategies at Riparo Biarzo (Northern Italy). Quaternary international, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2015.09.083
9.       CristianiE., Farbstein R., and Miracle P. (2014), Late Pleistocene and early Holocene personal ornaments from the Eastern Adriatic: The evidence from Vela Spila (Croatia), Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 36: 21-31.
10.    Cristiani E., Živaljević I., and  Borić D. (2014), Residue analysis and ornament suspension techniques in prehistory: Cyprinid pharyngeal teeth beads from Late Mesolithic burials at Vlasac (Serbia), Journal of Archaeological Science 46: 292-310.
11.    Borić D., French C.A.I., Stefanović S., Dimitrijević V., Cristiani E., Gurova M., Antonović D., Allué E.A., and Filipović D. (2014), The Mesolithic life and death at Vlasac (Serbia). Journal of Field Archaeology 39: 1-28.
12.    Romandini M., Cristiani E., and Peresani M. (2014), A retouched bone shaft from the Late Mousterian at Fumane cave (Italy). Technological, experimental and micro-wear analysis, Comptes Rendus Palevol 792:1-10
13.    Bertola S., Broglio E., Cristiani E., De Stefani M., Gurioli F., Negrino F., Romandini M., and Vanhaeren M. (2013), La diffusione del primo Aurignaziano a Sud dell’Arco Alpino, Preistoria Alpina 47: 17-30.
14.    CristianiE. (2014), Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Foragers of Montenegro. Archaeology at Cambridge, 2012–2013: 41. 
15.    CristianiE. (2013), Ornamental traditions of the Late Pleistocene and the Early Holocene foragers in the eastern Alps: The case of Riparo Biarzo, Gortania 34: 89-102.
16.    Cristiani E.(2012), Prehistoric foragers of Montenegro.Archaeology at Cambridge. Annual report (2011-2012): 27.
17.    Borić D., Dimitrijevic V., White D., Lane C., French C., and Cristiani E. (2012), Early Modern Human settling of the ‘Danube corridor’: The Middle to Upper Palaeolithic site of Tabula Traiana Cave in the Danube Gorges (Serbia), Antiquity (Project Gallery). http://antiquity.ac.uk/projgall/boric334/
18.    CristianiE. and Borić D. (2012), 8500-year-old Late Mesolithic garment embroidery from Vlasac (Serbia): Technological, use-wear and residue analyses, Journal Archaeological Science 39: 3450-3489.
19.    CristianiE., Lemorini C., and Dalmeri G. (2012), Ground stone tools production and use in the Late Upper Palaeolithic: the evidence from Riparo Dalmeri (Venetial Preals, Italy), Journal of Field Archaeology 37: 34-50.
20.    Benedetti L., Cristiani E., Dal Ri C., Frisia S., Gialanella S., and Pedrotti A. (2012), La Venere del Gaban progetto di analisi archeometriche, Preistoria Alpina 46: 251-253
 
Capitoli in volumi editi (ultimi 4 anni):
 
1.       CristianiE. (2016) Appendix A: Microscopic Analysis and Interpretation of Cutmarks, Incisions, and Scraping Marks on Human Skeletal Remains from Lepenski Vir. In: Borić D. Deathways at Lepenski Vir. Pattern in mortuary practice. Serbian Archaeological Society, Belgrade: pp. 477-492.
2.       Ucelli-Gnesutta P.andCristiani E. (2014), Analisi tipologica e funzionale delle punte à cran epigravettiane della Grotta delle Settecannelle (Viterbo).In: Negroni-Catacchio N. (ed.)Atti dell’XI incontro di Studi Preistoria e Protostoria in Etruria: pp. 595-614, Centro Studi di Preistoria e Archeologia, Milano.
3.       CristianiE., Gialanella S., Pedrotti A. (2014), The use of microliths in the eastern Alpine region between the Late Mesolithic and Early Neolithic. Use-wear and residue analysis of trapezes from Riparo Gaban. In C. Lemorini C. and S. Nunziante Cesaro (eds.) An Integration of the Use-Wear and Residue Analysis for the Identification of the Function of Archaeological Stone Tools: pp. 91-111. BAR International Series 2649, Oxford.
4.       Cura S., Cura P., Grimaldi S.,Cristiani E. (2014), Experimentation and morphotechnological analyses of the Middle Pleistocene lithic assemblage of Ribeira da Ponte da Pedra site (Central Portugal). In: Cura S., Gerezer J., Gurova M., Santander B., Oosterbeek and Cristóvão (eds.) technology and experimentation in archaeology: pp.5-16.BAR International Series 2657, Oxford.
 

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