王一如

Yiru Wang

考古文博与中华文明研究院

准聘助理教授

个人简介:

本科毕业于北京大学(2006-2010),获考古学和历史学双学位,硕士(科技考古)和博士(考古学)毕业于英国剑桥大学(2011-2018)。曾在英国爱丁堡大学(2018-2019)、中国科学院青藏高原研究所(2019-2021)、南京大学历史学院(2021-2023)从事博士后工作。

长期深入致力于中国西部和亚欧大陆上分布的十余种羊亚科和羚羊亚科动物骨骼形态学、形态测量学、生态形态学研究,提出了在史前考古遗址中区分家养绵羊、山羊,与中国西部其他野生羊亚科及羚羊亚科的形态学、形态测量学区分标准,考虑了在不同个体和种群的骨骼形态可变性及形态测量区分的定量方法;通过大量现代骨骼样品,探索了羊亚科动物在人工控制条件下(如驯化以来),进入不同生态环境的应过程中骨骼的形态的弹性变化及其反映运动功能适应的趋势特征,并将其应用于考古动物遗存,发现了史前亚欧大陆人-动物-环境互动的复杂机制和历史过程。她的其他研究兴趣包括:动物考古,动物驯化,新石器时代化,史前亚欧大陆食物全球化,农牧业起源和传播,游牧和畜牧经济,3D几何形态测量,骨骼稳定同位素,民族考古学。已International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, Quaternary Research, Quaternary International等国内外一流期刊中发表9篇论文。主持美国温那葛林基金(已结项)、剑桥海-CSC基金(已结项)、国家自然科学青年基金(已结项)、中国博士后科学基金(面上项目)(已结项)、中国博士后科学基金(特别资助项目)(已结项)、中国科技部外专项目等(进行中)等。


英文版简介:

Dr. Yiru Wang (BA, MPhil, PhD) is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Archaeology and Chinese Civilization at Nanjing University (Suzhou Campus), Suzhou, China. She graduated from Peking University (China) with a double Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology and History, completing both her MPhil (Master Degree) in Archaeological Science and PhD in Archaeology at University of Cambridge (UK). She was formerly a post-doc researcher at Edinburgh University (UK) (2018-2019), Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Beijing, China) (2019-2021), and School of History, Nanjing University (Nanjing, China) (2021-2023). She has a wide range of research interests. She is currently perhaps best known for her work developing the osetomorphological and -morphometric system of distinguishing more than ten species of wild Caprinae and Antilopinae distributed in western China. Progressing from there, she further explored the plasticity in bone morphology relating to the locomotor functional adaptation in Caprinae when migrating into new ecological environments, either under artificial control (such as post domestication) or in natural distribution. Applying the ecomorphological discoveries to the animal remains from archaeological sites, coupled with the paleoenvironment data, ethnoarchaeological surveys, and other archaeological evidence, she unraveled complex mechanisms and processes of human-animal-environment interactions in prehistory across Eurasia. Her other research interests include: Neolithisation, food globalization in prehistoric Eurasia, origins and spread of agriculture and pastoralism, nomadic and pastoral economy, 3D geometric morphometrics, stable isotopic analyses of bones, ethnoarchaeology. Nine papers have so far been published in major journals, such as The International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, Quaternary Research etc. As a project leader she has presided over various national and international projects and funds, including Wenner-Gren Dissertation Fieldwork Fund (US) (completed), CSC-Cambridge Overseas Trust Fund (China-UK) (completed), the National Natural Science Youth Fund (China) (completed), the Chinese Postdoctoral Science Foundation Surface Project (completed), the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation Special Funding Project (completed), the Ministry of Science and Technology of China Fund (ongoing), etc.