Mayke Wagner

PROFILE CONTACT

Mayke Wagner is the Head o the Beijing Branch of the Eurasia Department of the German Archaeological Institute. Her research interests include early settlement of the Qaidam Basin, Proto-Scythian burial site in the Kunlun Mountains Liushui, early metallurgy in Xinjiang, and traditional construction of the Salar Cultural Preservation in Delingha. For the project, she is working on organizing project workshops including those taking place in Berlin in November 2011.

Email: mw@eurasien.dainst.de

Phone: 03018-7711-312

Fax: 03018-7711-313

Address:
Im Dol 2-6, House II
14195 Berlin, GERMANY

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Tarasov PE, Williams JW, Kaplan JO, Österle H, Kuznetsova TV, Wagner M. 2012. Environmental change in the temperate grasslands and steppe. In: Matthews, J.A., Bartlein, P.J., Briffa, K.R., Dawson, A.G., de Vernal, A., Denham, T., Fritz, S.C., Oldfield, F. (Eds.), (Ed.), The SAGE Handbook of Environmental Change. Vol. 2, Human impacts and responses. SAGE Publications Ltd., Los Angeles, pp. 215-244.

M. Wagner, B. Wang, P. Tarasov, SM Westh-Hansen, E. Völling, J. Heller. 2009. The ornamental trousers from Sampula (Xinjiang, China): their origins and biography. Antiquity 83, 1065-1075.

M. Wagner, F. Luan Sh, P. Tarasov (eds.). 2009. Chinese Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments I. Prehistory at the Lower Reaches of the Yellow River. The Haidai region. In: Archaeology in China, Vol 2 (Mainz).

D. Hosner, A. Fleck, R. Ehrich, M. Wagner. 2009. The Chinese Archaeology Database Charda-Xplore. In: M. Wagner / F. Luan Sh / P.. Tarasov (eds.), Chinese Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments I. Prehistory at the Lower Reaches of the Yellow River: The Haidai region. Archaeology in China, Vol 2 (Mainz) 129-138.

Bakail Hokkaido archaeology project