Lindsay Der

Lindsay Der is an assistant professor of Anthropology and the PI of Disruptive Technologies and Negative Heritage. She is also a researcher with the Çatalhöyük Research Project where she works with the figurines team. Her research investigates changing human-animal relationships through time and their role in the social organization and maintenance of the Neolithic tell of Çatalhöyük, Turkey. Her research interests include cultural heritage, human-animal relationships, ritual and symbolism, iconography, archaeology and ethics, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and public archaeology. Lindsay is a founding member of the Landscape, Symbolism and Human-Nature Relationships in Ancient Anatolia Collective Research Project (LSAA-CRP) and The Archaeology of Entanglement (Routledge, 2015). email: | website: