Hans-Jörg Nüsse is Professor of Prehistoric Archeology at the Freie Universität Berlin. He is primarily specialized in settlement archeology in the periods from Bronze Age to Roman Iron Age. Since 2003 he leads excavations in Hitzacker-Marwedel (Lower Saxony), concerning a settlement nearby a well known find spot of two Germanic “Fürstengräber” (2nd century AD). A further current project deals with a fortified settlement of the late Bronze/Early Iron Age in Rathsdorf (Brandenburg) and its role as a regional central place.
Within Topoi he assists the director of Topoi, Prof. Micheal Meyer (FU), and coordinates special activities (e. g. exhibitions in Topoi 2).
- 15.7.2016TalkPart of: Innovations in the Technologies of Ancient GlassSpeaker
- 14.7.2016 - 15.7.2016ConferenceOrganiser
- 12.5.2015LectureOrganiser, Speaker
- 6.10.2014TalkArbeitsgruppe Römische Kaiserzeit im BarbaricumPart of: 8. Deutscher Archäologiekongress 2014Speaker
- 21.6.2014TalkPart of: Application of portable energy-dispersive x-ray fluorescence to the analysis of archaeological ceramicsSpeaker
- 8.6.2013WorkshopEisen, Pflug und Wagen - Topoi bei der klügsten Nacht des JahresOrganiser