Natalie G. Mueller

​Assistant Professor of Archaeology
Natalie G. Mueller

By integrating morphometric, molecular, ecological, and experimental data, Mueller studies the domestication of plants and the subsequent evolution of agrobiodiversity throughout the Holocene. Her research also concerns the development and spread of social institutions related to food production and food security.

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  • Washington University
    CB 1114
    One Brookings Drive
    St. Louis, MO 63130-4899