Dr Aurelie Manin

Research Profile

After her PhD at the National Museum of Natural History of Paris (France) on the use of animals in central Mexico, Aurelie has been a postdoctoral researcher at the University of York for three years, first as a Fyssen Foundation fellow and then as a Marie Curie Research Fellow, investigating changing patterns of animal husbandry, especially through the study of the turkey and its travel from America to Europe. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher on the NERC-funded project entitled “The consequences of gene flow between wild and domestic populations during livestock evolution”.

  • Reflexiones preliminares sobre la introducción de las practicas ganaderas europeas en una comunidad rural mesoamericana en la Nueva España

    Lefebvre, K, Manin, A
  • Can we identify the Mexican hairless dog in the archaeological record? Morphological and genetic insights from Tizayuca, Basin of Mexico

    Manin, A, Ollivier, M, Bastian, F, Zazzo, A, Tombret, O, Equihua Manrique, JC, Lefèvre, C
  • Diversity of management strategies in Mesoamerican turkeys: archaeological, isotopic and genetic evidence.

    Manin, A, Corona-M, E, Alexander, M, Craig, A, Thornton, EK, Yang, DY, Richards, M, Speller, CF
  • Sexual dimorphism among Mesoamerican turkeys: A key for understanding past husbandry

    Manin, A, Cornette, R, Lefèvre, C
  • The use of animals in Northern Mesoamerica, between the Classic and the Conquest (200-1521 AD). An attempt at regional synthesis on central Mexico

    Manin, A, Lefèvre, C
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