MADELYNN von BAEYER
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by Jennifer Munro

Madelynn is an archaeobotanist who uses botanical macrofossils to examine the reciprocal relationship between humans and plants. Particularly interesting to her is how environmental conditions and climate change impact agricultural systems and how changes in the human/environment relationship can foster cultural resilience in both ancient and modern populations. She works in the Eastern Mediterranean and Central Asia. Staring in Spring 2023 Dr. von Baeyer joins the University of Haifa as a Lecturer. She recently completed her stay as a Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Geoanthropology (formerly the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History) and the Harvard University Herbaria. Prior to that, she studied macrofossils from Turkey as part of her PhD project at the University of Connecticut.

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About jennie
I'm the irritating person who's always there with a camera - wanting an interview, asking silly questions and getting in the way of the serious archaeology. I'm an author, a publisher (Fernro Publishing), an ex-advertising agency owner and Creative Director, a mother and a grandmother. I only do things I really want to do now - building Tel Akko's website with you was one of them.

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