Phoebe is a PhD Student at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in the Department of Archaeology. Her research focuses on reconstructing the faunal ecology of archaeological sites from the Palaeolithic of Central Europe using multiple stable isotope analysis. The aim of her research is to enable greater understanding of hunter-gatherer subsistence strategies and hunting choice.
Phoebe received a BA in Anthropology from the University of Auckland and a BA (Hons) in Ancient World Studies from the University of Melbourne. She earned her MSc in Environmental Archaeology from UCL and her research focused on understanding subsistence strategies at an early Neolithic transitional site from Central Anatolia through reconstruction of the faunal ecology.