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Jiajing Wang is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Archaeology Center at Stanford University. She is an environmental archaeologist whose research interests include plant domestication, multispecies archaeology, and alcohol production in prehistory. She studies these topics by applying methods in paleoethnobotany, use-wear analysis, and experimental archaeology. Her recent research examines the transition from hunter-gatherer to rice agricultural societies during the early Holocene period in the Lower Yangtze Valley of China. She has published articles in both English and Chinese journals, such as Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Quaternary International, and Journal of Archaeological Science Reports.