Michaela Reinfeld

Reinfeld_MichaelaE-Mail: michaela.reinfeld(at)uni-koeln.de

 

 

Curriculum Vitae

Professional career

since 2016 Research Assistant
Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DAI), Zentrale, Cultural Heritage Management
2013 – 2016 Research Assistant
Research Training Group 1878 “Archaeology of Pre-Modern Economies”, Institute of Classical Archaeology, University of Cologne
2012 – 2013 Travel and Research Grant
Prof. Dr. Adolf Schmidtmann Foundation of the Philipps-University of Marburg
2011 – 2012 Research Assistant
German Archaeological Institute (DAI), Head Office, Editorial Offic
2012 Scientific Diver
Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN)
2011 Scientific Diver
State Office of Culture and Preservation of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
2010 – 2011 Research Assistant (by proxy)
German Archaeological Institute (DAI), Head Office, Office of the Secretary General
2010 Scientific Diver
State Office of Culture and Preservation of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
2007 Erasmus studies at Uludağ University Bursa, Turkey
2005 – 2007 Student Assistant
Institute of Classical Archaeology, Humboldt-University of Berlin

Education

since 2013 Doctoral studies at University of Cologne
Subject: Classical Archaeology Working title: “Shipping and trade off the coast of Kaş based on selected wreck finds.”
2010 – 2013 Doctoral studies at the universities: University of Marburg and Humboldt-University of Berlin
2009 Magister Artium
Thesis: “Geophysical prospecting methods in underwater archeology. Application possibilities and limitations of hydroacoustic and geomagnetic remote sensing methods.”Studies:
Humboldt-University of Berlin (Classical Archaeology, Archaeology and Cultural History of Northeast Africa)
Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg (Classical Archaeology, Ancient History, Oriental Archeology)

 Qualifications

  • Supervisor for Scientific Diving (KFT – SSD Nr. D-114)
  • European Scientific Diver (KFT – ESD Nr. D-0134), CMAS**
  • Tutor of the Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS)

Recent research projects

  • Underwater Survey off the coast of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (Philipps-University of Marburg and Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities)
  • Underwater Survey off the coast of Kaş, Turkey (Sualtı Araştırmaları Derneği)
  • Underwater Survey in the Werbellinsee, Brandenburg (Kaffenkahn e.V.)

Research interests

  •  Maritime Archaeology
  • Techniques and Methods in Underwater Archeology
  • Geophysical Prospection
  • Economic Archaeology

Publications

  • M. Reinfeld, Big and Small Business. The Mediterranean Trade Relations of Antiphellos, in: Proceedings of the Thirteenth Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology, 08. – 12. October 2012, Amsterdam (in preparation)
  • M. Reinfeld, Geophysikalische Prospektionsmethoden in der Unterwasserarchäologie. Eine Einführung (in preparation)
  • M. Reinfeld (ed.), Archäologie im Mittelmeer. Auf der Suche nach versunkenen Schiffswracks und vergessenen Häfen, Zaberns Bildbände zur Archäologie. Sonderbände der Antiken Welt (Darmstadt/Mainz 2013)
  • M. Reinfeld – J. Müller – R. Shipway – G. Varinlioğlu, Schiffbruch zu Gunsten der Forschung – Neue Studien an der „Uluburun III“, in: M. Reinfeld (ed.), Archäologie im Mittelmeer. Auf der Suche nach versunkenen Schiffswracks und vergessenen Häfen, Zaberns Bildbände zur Archäologie. Sonderbände der Antiken Welt (Darmstadt/Mainz 2013) 9-17
  • M. Reinfeld – G. Varinlioğlu, Maritime Archaeology vs. Diving Tourism. Cultural Heritage Management in Kaş, Turkey, in: N. Schücker (ed.), Integrating Archaeology. Science – Wish – Reality. International Conference on the Social Role, Possibilities and Perspectives of Classical Studies. Papers held in Frankfurt a. M. on 12 – 14 June 2012 (Frankfurt a. M. 2012) 147-153
  • M. Reinfeld, Der Einsatz von Sonartechnik in der Unterwasserarchäologie, in: R. Öser (ed.), Kriegsschrott in der Ostsee (Berlin 2011) 147-199
  • M. Reinfeld, Neue Untersuchungen an den brandenburgischen Kaffenkähnen. Nachrichtenblatt Arbeitskreis Unterwasserarchäologie 16, 2010, 72-76
  • M. Reinfeld, Der zweite NAS-Kurs in Berlin. Fruchtbare Zusammenarbeit zugunsten des Unterwasser-Kulturerbes. SKYLLIS 8, 2007/08, 184
  • L. Kröger – F. Lechner – M. Reinfeld, Beyond Boundaries. Der 3. Internationale Kongress für Unterwasserarchäologie. SKYLLIS 8, 2007/08, 178-183
  • M. Reinfeld, Beyond Boundaries: IKUWA 3 and the Field School. Nautical Archaeology Society Newsletter 2008.4, 2008, 11
  • G. Brands – A. Preiß, Verborgene Zierde. Spätantike und islamische Textilien aus Ägypten in Halle. Ausstellungskatalog Halle, Saale (Leipzig 2007) (contribution to the catalog

Dissertation project

Seafaring and trade off the coast of Kaş based on selected wreck finds

Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Michael Heinzelmann, Prof. Dr. Winfried Held (Marburg), Prof. Dr. Winfried Schenk