Dr. Margaux L. C. Depaermentier

Margaux L. C. Depaermentier’s academic career began with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History and Archaeology at the Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (France), followed by a Master of Arts degree in Early Medieval and Medieval Archaeology at the Alberts-Ludwigs-Universität in Freiburg (Germany). She obtained her PhD at the University of Basel (Switzerland), where her dissertation, “Late Antique and Early Medieval Social Structure in Basel from an Archaeological and Scientific Perspective,” advanced our understanding of Late Antique and Early Medieval societies in this border region.

Her research spans several research projects covering different sociocultural areas, including Neolithic Hungary, Neolithic Spain, and the Late Antique and Early Medieval High and Upper Rhine Valley. Her research focuses on mobility, social structures, diet, and subsistence strategies, which she investigates using innovative archaeological approaches and integrating multiproxy isotope analyses.

Margaux’s career has been supported by scholarships, including a mobility grant for a six-month stay at the University of Cambridge (2022), a starting grant for her PhD preparation in Basel (2019/2020), and a scholarship for a Master’s thesis in Freiburg (2018). Her work has led to a couple of publications, presentations at international conferences and contributions to workshops. In particular, her study of mobility patterns in Neolithic Hungary earned her an award for early career scholars (“Emilie Campmas” Prize 2023).

Books by Margaux L. C. Depaermentier

Beyond heterogeneities

New perspectives on social and cultural diversity from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age in the Carpathian Basin

Edited by Kata Furholt, Margaux L. C. Depaermentier, Michael Kempf & Martin Furholt | Forthcoming

This volume presents various facets of recent archaeological investigations into Neolithic and Bronze Age societies in the Carpathian Basin spanning from the 7th and 2nd millennium BCE. It delves into population dynamics, settlement patterns, and…

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