Christina Michel, M.A.

Christina Michel studied Prehistoric Archaeology and Geography at the Freie Universität Berlin specialising in Landscape Archaeology, Archaeology of the Steppe and Development Studies. In this regard her fieldwork has taken her to countries as diverse as Pakistan, China and Mongolia. Since 2012 she has been working on her PhD thesis that focuses on location characteristics and viewsheds of Middle-Neolithic circular enclosures in Central Germany. Since November 2015, together with Jan Krause, she coordinates research area (A) Spatial Environment and Conceptual Design in Topoi and leads the graduate program „Landscape Archaeology and Architecture“ (LAA) at the Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies (BerGSAS).

Responsibilities

Coordinator research area (A) Spatial Environment and Conceptual Design

Activities

Further Activities

2015  6th workshop of the German section of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology- CAA (with poster presentation) in Dresden
Participator 
2014 Talk “A Look Beyond – Viewsheds of Middle Neolithic Circular Enclosures”
Part of: Lecture series “LAA as guest of” within the doctoral program “Landscape Archaeology and Architecture” at the Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies
Organiser and Speaker
2014 Talk “Built Knowledge” – Spatial Patterns and Viewsheds of Middle Neolithic Circular Enclosures in the Northern Foreland of the Harz Mountains, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany”
Part of: 3rd International Landscape Archaeology Conference 2014 in Rome
Speaker
2014  Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Working Group Geoarchaeology  in Aachen