Dr. Christian Mader
Verticality in the Andes – the economic model of the Paracas society (800 to 200 BC) in southern Peru



Former Postdocs

Dr. Tymon C. A. De Haas
The economic geography of Roman Italy: investigating economic integration through archaeological proxies


Dr. Tobias B. H. Helms
Fortress communities of the 3rd millennium BCE: A socioeconomic analysis of Early Bronze Age defense works in Syro-Mesopotamia

Dr. Tim Kerig
Simple and complex economies – Studies in the prehistory of labour (Neolithic temperate Europe)

Dr. Elizabeth A. Murphy

Roman Manufacturing and Trade in the Eastern Provinces: A Comparative Spatial Analysis Evaluating Models of ‘Periurban Industrial Quarters’ and ‘Urban Neighborhood Stores’ 

Dr. Giorgos Papantoniou
Unlocking Sacred Landscapes: Cypriot Sanctuaries as Economic Unit

Dr. Silviane Scharl (associated member)
Studies on diffusion processes

Dr. Alexander Schütze
Wirtschaftsmentalitäten in Ägypten und Babylonien des ersten Jahrtausends v. Chr.


Associated Postdocs

Dr. Susanne Reichert
Studies on handicraft and trade in the old Mongolian capital Karakorum