Dr Juanjo García-Granero

Research Profile

Current Position

Since 2017: Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellow, School of Archaeology, University of Oxford. 

Since 2012: Member, European Association for South Asian Archaeology and Art (EASAA).

Current Projects

An innovative approach for the study of culinary practices in past societies(CUISINE). PI: JJ García-Granero. Scientists in charge: A Bogaard (University of Oxford), D Urem-Kotsou (Democritus University of Thrace). Funding: European Commission (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions 2015, Grant No. 704867).

Modelling Plant Cultivation in Prehistory (CULM). PI: D Zurro (IMF-CSIC). Funding: Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (Programa I+D 2016, Grant No. HAR2016-77672).




ResearchGate profile

  • Cooking plant foods in the northern Aegean: Microbotanical evidence from Neolithic Stavroupoli (Thessaloniki, Greece)

    García-Granero, JJ, Urem-Kotsou, D, Bogaard, A, Kotsos, S
  • Traces of date palm in an early third millennium BC tomb in Zukayt, ad Dākhilyyah, Sultanate of Oman

    Bortolini, E, García-Granero, J, Madella, M
  • What is on the craftsmen’s menu? Plant consumption at Datrana, a 5000-year-old lithic blade workshop in North Gujarat, India

    García-Granero, JJ, Gadekar, C, Esteban, I, Lancelotti, C, Madella, M, Ajithprasad, P
  • A methodological approach to the study of microbotanical remains from grinding stones: a case study in northern Gujarat (India)

    García-Granero, JJ, Lancelotti, C, Madella, M
  • Investigating fuel and fireplaces with a combination of phytoliths and multi-element analysis; an ethnographic experiment

    Lancelotti, C, Ruiz-Pérez, J, García-Granero, JJ