Staff Profile:Dr Gundula Müldner
- Dr Gundula Mueldner
- Job Title:
- Associate Professor
- BSc Programme Director
- Part-time student Tutor
- Areas of Interest:
- Stable isotope analysis of bone for dietary reconstruction
- Nutritional anthropology
- Research groups / Centres:
Gundula Müldner is a bioarchaeologist who specialises in stable isotope analysis of bone for the reconstruction of human and animal diets. She has a background in biological anthropology and early historical archaeology and her research interests include dietary changes related to cultural and socio-economic transitions in the last 2000 years, as well as questions of diet, health and social identity in the past.
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Müldner, G. and M. P. Richards (2006). Diet in medieval England: the evidence from stable isotopes. In: C. Woolgar, D. Serjeantson & T. Waldron, eds., Food in medieval England: history and archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press,228-238.
Müldner, G. and M. P. Richards (2005). Fast or Feast: Reconstructing Diet in Later Medieval England by Stable Isotope Analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science 32: 39-48.
- MA MSc PhD (Bradford)