Vera Egbers studied ancient studies and Near Eastern archaeology at Freie Universität Berlin. While studying she spent two semsters abroad at Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, Istanbul and collaborated with diverse archaeological field work projects, such as the Hamadab-and-Meroë-project, the Hattuscha-Boğazköy-regeneration campaign or the Tell-Schech-Hamad-project. After obtaining a master degree she had a research stay at the Université Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne and worked as a public relations assistant at Topoi.
Since October 2015 Vera Egbers is a doctoral fellow at Topoi within research group (B-4) Spatial Identity and within the programme Landscape Archeology and Architecture (LAA) by the Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies. Her thesis deals with the formation and transformation of identities in ancient Assyria and Urartu by using H. Levebvres and E. Soja`s theoretical framework of the so called Thirdspace.
- 19.6.2017TalkPart of: Subaltern Spaces - Subalterne RäumeSpeaker
- 19.6.2017 - 20.6.2017WorkshopOrganiser
- 18.5.2017TalkPart of: Öffentliches Doktorandenkolloquium des Exzellenzclusters Topoi und der BerGSASSpeaker
- 3.11.2016TalkPart of: Meeting of the Key Topic Identities — Think TankSpeaker
Talk “Ästhetik und Macht: Porzellan des Amtes Schönheit der Arbeit”
part of: 8. Deutscher Archäologiekongress Berlin