Anna Bach Gómez

Associate professor in the Department of Prehistory at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) in Spain. She has a PhD in Prehistoric Archaeology (UAB) and History, Art, and Archaeology (University of Liège). She is a member of the Grampo–Sappo team in the Department of Prehistory at the UAB through which she has participated in and directed archaeological research projects in the north-eastern Iberian Peninsula, Syria (from 2000), and Iraqi Kurdistan (from 2014) focusing on the study of Neolitisation processes.

Much of the archaeological evidence left by humans shows the strategies they adopted in terms of mobility, the structure of exchange networks, and the evidence of their inhabiting an environment that they quickly learned to manage and appropriate.