Arne Windler

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E-Mail: awindler@uni-koeln.de

 

 

 

Curriculum Vitae

2013 – 2015
Associated Member of the research group “Archaeology of Pre-Modern Economics”
since 2011

Member of the Graduate School “Raw Materials, Innovation and Technology of Ancient Cultures (RITaK)” at the Ruhr-University Bochum.
Thesis title: “Gift, redistribution and market. Modes of prehistoric exchange”

2006 – 2011 Christian-Albrechts University Kiel
Studies in Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology, Economics (Focus on Regional Economics) and Geophysics. Thesis title: “New Economic Geography and its Archaeological Application. A diachronic study.”
Supervisiors: Prof. Dr. J. Müller (Institute of Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology) and Prof. Dr. J. Bröcker (Institute of International and Regional Economics)
2005 – 2012
Assistance at several archaeological excavations and geomagnetic measurements.

Research interests

  • Social and Economic Archaeology
  • Neolithic
  • Bronze Age
  • Economic Anthropology
  • Process of urbanization
  • Network theory
  • Institutional Economics
  • Archaeological Theory

Publications

  • A. Windler, From the Aegean Sea to the Parisian Basin. How Spondylus can rearrange our view on trade and exchange, Metalla 20/2, 2013, 95-106.
  • J. Müller / A. Windler, Soziale Ungleichheit und die Entwicklung spätneolithischer und chalkolithischer Gesellschaften im westpontischen Raum. In: Nikolov, V. et al. (Hrsg.), Der Schwarzmeerraum vom Neolithikum bis in die Früheisenzeit (6000-600 v. Chr.). Internationalles Humboldtkolleg, Varna, 16.-20.05.2012. Rahden/Wesf.: Verlag Marie Leidorf (voraussichtlich 2014).
  •  A. Windler/R. Thiele/J. Müller, Increasing  inequality in Chalcolithic Southeast Europe: the example Durankulak, Journal of Archaeological Science 40/1, 2013, 204-210.
  •  A. Windler, Der Beginn der Urbanisierung und die Neue Ökonomische Geographie. Starigard Bd. 10 (Kiel 2012), 57-71.

Dissertation project

Gift, redistribution and market. Modes of prehistoric exchange

Supervisors: Thomas Stöllner (Universität Bochum), Priv.-Doz. Dr. Oliver Nakoinz (Universität Kiel), Prof. Dr. Tobias Kienlin (Universität zu Köln)