Felix Riede is Professor MSO in Environmental Humanities, Aarhus University. Born in Germany, educated in Durham (BA) and Cambridge (MPhil and PhD). Formerly Junior Research Fellow at Wolfson College, Cambridge and British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at UCL’s Institute of Archaeology. Felix is former Head (2015-2018) of the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies and now convener of the Materials, Culture and Heritage Research Programme and Director of the Centre for Environmental Humanities all at Aarhus University. His work focuses on human-environment relations in a deep historical perspective – especially in the Palearctic – and with many collaborations across the biological and geological sciences. Felix is also associated with the Arctic Research Center and is a core member of BIOCHANGE: Center for Biodiversity Dynamics in a Changing World at AU.