Stefanie Klamm started her academic training with studies in history, classical archaeology, cultural studies, and philosophy at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and the Universiteit van Amsterdam. After completing her MA in 2005 with a thesis on 19th-century uses of photography in the research of antique sculpture, she started her doctoral research on strategies of visualization in German Archaeology in the 19th-20th century at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Since 2009 Stefanie Klamm has been a doctoral fellow of the Gerda Henkel Foundation. Her research interests include the history of archaeology, the history of photography and drawing, as well as visualization practices in the sciences. She is also interested in the history of museums and collections and in the presentation of scientific knowledge in exhibitions.
- Jun 17, 2011WorkshopChair
- Jun 07, 2011ColloquiumPart of: CSG-II Colloquium on Cultural TheorySpeaker
- Jan 25, 2011ColloquiumPart of: CSG-II Colloquium on Cultural TheorySpeaker
- Sep 10, 2010TalkFrom digging in space to imaging space - Media and the function of images in the history of archaeologyPart of: New historiographical approaches to archaeological researchSpeaker
- Sep 10, 2010WorkshopSpeaker
- Dec 11, 2009TalkPart of: Colloquium Andrae-Wiegand 'Conceptions of Space in Museums'Speaker
- Dec 11, 2009ConferenceSpeaker