Olga Ivanovna Goriunova

PROFILE CONTACT INFORMATION

Olga I. Goriunova is a Senior Research Associate in the Department of Archaeology and Ethnography at Irkutsk State University. She has played a pivotal role in the Baikal Archaeology Project's Russian excavations and research as our regional coordinator. Her research focus is mortuary ritual and symbolism, diet, and subsistence of hunter-gatherers on Lake Baikal.

Email: as122@yandex.ru

Phone: 8(3952)521473

Fax: 8(3952)521473

Address:
Department of Archaeology & Ethnography
Karl Marx Street 1
Irkutsk State University, Irkutsk
664003 RUSSIA

 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Bronk Ramsey C, Schulting RJ, Goriunova OI, Bazaliiskii VI. and Weber AW. 2014. Analyzing radiocarbon reservoir offsets through stable nitrogen isotopes and Bayesian modeling: A case study using paired human and faunal remains from the Cis-Baikal region, Siberia. Radiocarbon 56(2): 789-799.

Faccia K, Buie H, Bazaliiskii VI, Goriunova OI, Boyd S, Hallgrímsson B, and Katzenberg MA. Bone Quality In Prehistoric, Cis-Baikal Forager Femora: A Micro-CT Analysis of Cortical Canal Microstructure. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Early View.

Temple DH, Bazaliiskii VI, Goriunova OI, Weber AW. 2014. Skeletal growth in Early and Middle Holocene foragers from the Cis-Baikal region of East Siberia. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 153:377-386.

Lieverse AR, Bazaliiskii VI, Goriunova OI, Weber AW. 2013. Lower limb activity in the Cis-Baikal: Entheseal changes among middle Holocene Siberian foragers. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 150(3): 421-32.

Weber AW and Goriunova OI. 2013. Hunter-gatherer migrations, mobility and social relations: A case study from the Bronze Age Baikal region, Siberia. In Human bioarchaeology: group identity and individual life histories, AW Weber and M Zvelebil (editors) Journal of Anthropological Archaeology Special Issue, Vol. 32(6):330-346.

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