Marthe Gundelach

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E-Mail: Marthe.Gundelach(at)gmx.de

 

 

 

 

Curriculum Vitae

Education

2013 Graduated (Magister Artium) in Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology with the Thesis „Die Mahlsteine der spätneolithischen Siedlung Okolište (Bosnien und Herzegowina): Von der Klassifikation zur sozialarchäologischen Aussage“
2011 – 2013 Studies in Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology, Classical Archaeology and Ancient Greek at Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel
2006 – 2011 Studies in Classical Archaeology, Ancient Greek and Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology at Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel

Work experience

since 2013 PhD-student, Research Training Group 1878 “Archaeology of Pre-Modern Economies”, University of Cologne, Archaeological Institute
2013 research assistant, German Research Councils SPP1400 „Early monumentality and social differentiation“, project „Megaliths and settlement structures in eastern Holstein“, Institute of Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology, CAU Kiel
2013 student assistant, Prof. Dr. J. Müller, Institute of Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology, CAU Kiel
2013 student assistant, Graduate school „Human development in landscapes“organization-committee of the international Workshop “Socio environmental dynamics over the last 12,000 years: the creation of landscapes III”, Kiel 2013
2012 student assistant, Dr. M. Furholt, Institute of Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology, CAU Kiel
2009 – 2012 SPP1400, project „Megaliths and Settlement Structures in Eastern Holstein “trench supervisor and field technician, excavations and archaeological and geomagnetic surveys of the neolithic settlement sites Oldenburg-Dannau LA77, Bad Oldesloe-Wolkenwehe LA154, Wangels LA505 and megalithic tombs in eastern Holstein, all Germany
2010 – 2012 student assistant, German Research Councils project „Spätneolithische Siedlungssysteme in Zentralbosnien“, Institute of Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology, CAU Kiel
2010 field technician, geomagnetic survey of roman military stations in Bavarian project Dr. C. Mischka
2009 student assistant, Department of Classical Archaeology, CAU Kiel, database KiBiDaKA
2008 German Research Councils Project „Megalithlandschaft Altmark“, field technician, excavation of the settlement Kathinkenburg, Germany

Research interests

  • Neolithic
  • Economic Archaeology
  • Subsistence Economy
  • Ground stone tools
  • Megalithic

Publications

  • in preparation: Die Mahlsteine der spätneolithischen Siedlung Okolište (Bosnien und Her­zegowina)

Dissertation project

Grinding stones and simple mills as economic factor of subsistenz economies

Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Andreas Zimmermann, Prof. Dr. Martin Bentz