Raphael Eser studied archaeology at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. While studying he supported the Excellence Cluster Topoi as a student assistant of the research project (A-5-4) Iron Mining and Smelting in the Tyrrhenian Sea. In 2015 this assistantship led to a longer collaboration for he joined this project as a doctoral fellow. Besides this, his doctorate is also embedded into the program Landscape Archaeology and Architecture (LAA) of the Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies. His doctorate deals with the impact of metallurgy on the cultural landscape of Elba and the mining slavery in the 1st millennium BC.
- 25.10.2018TalkPart of: Economic landscapes and their natural and social interdependence in precapitalist societiesSpeaker
- 19.10.2017TalkScales and Dimensions of Iron Production in Etruria Mineraria - Landscape Archaeological PerspectivesPart of: The Coming of Iron - Anfänge der Eisenverhüttung in MitteleuropaSpeaker
- 17.5.2017TalkPart of: Öffentliches Doktorandenkolloquium des Exzellenzclusters Topoi und der BerGSASSpeaker
- 1.12.2016TalkPart of: Eisenverhüttung an der Zeitenwende: Forschungsstand, Probleme und PerspektivenSpeaker