Judith Fütterer studied prehistoric archaeology at Freie Universität Berlin and Göteborgs Universitet, Sweden. In 2016 she was awarded a doctoral fellowship by the Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies and Topoi. Her research project is part of the BerGSAS program Landscape Architecture and Archaeology (LAA) as well as Topoi`s research group (A-2) Political Ecology. Her thesis mainly deals with compiling an exhaustive database on early copper artefacts found in Eastern Europe, incl. archaeometrical and radiocarbon data. It will provide a basis for temporal and spatial investigations and aims at a comprehensive understanding of the technological, economic and social effects of the early copper metallurgy in Western Eurasia.
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