Auenmüller Johannes JA

Main areas of research:

New Kingdom elites and prosopography Settlement archaeology in Egypt and Sudan Technology of metal production and bronze casting People and social status in tomb imagery Sociology of Pharaonic Egypt Anthropological theory and Egyptology


04 July 2013               Obtaining academic degree of Dr. phil. (PhD), grade: Magna cum laude (doctoral dissertation und defense; first supervisor Prof. Dr. Stephan J. Seidlmayer) 08/2008 – 07/2013      Doctoral studies in Egyptology in context of Research Area B-II-2 Regional Milieus and the Power of the State in Egypt at the Cluster of Excellence TOPOI – The Transformation of Space and Knowledge in Ancient Civilizations 18 July 2008               Obtaining academic degree of M.A. Magister Artium (grade 1,1) 10/2001 – 07/2008      Studies in Egyptology, Classical Archaeology and Proto- and Prehistoric Archaeology, Free University Berlin 10/1999 – 09/2001      Studies in Latin and Greek Philology and Ancient History at Technische Universität Dresden

Career History:

Since 01 October 2015: Research Associate (50%) in AcrossBorders (ERC Starting Grant project Prof. Dr. Julia Budka), Institute for Egyptology and Coptology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich

Since 01 April 2015: Research Associate (50%) at the Institute for Egyptology and Coptology of Westphalian Wilhelms-University Münster, Research centre ‘Old Sudan’

01 April 2014 – 31 March 2015: Project research associate at the interdisciplinary project Eine Gusswerkstatt der ägyptischen Spätzeit. Erfassung, Analyse und Kontextualisierung der Materialien einer Bronzegusswerkstatt von der Qubbet el-Hawa (Region Assuan) at the Egyptian Museum of Bonn University, funded by the Fritz-Thyssen-Foundation

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