As Physical Geographer Martin Schumacher is interested in the interactions between man and landscapes in ancient environments. In the framework of the research group (A-4) The Textile Revolution his doctoral research, which he completed in 2016, focuses on the mid-Holocene impact of intensified sheep herding on the landscape between Northern Mesopotamia and North-Eastern Europe. The first regional focus lied on the Central Balkans and the Pannonien Basin.
Martin Schumacher also has participated in the PhD program “Landscape Archaeology and Architecture” (LAA) at Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies (BerGSAS).
- 9.3.2017TalkPart of: The Competition of Fibres. Textile Production in Western Asia and Europe (5000-2000 BC)Speaker
- 8.7.2014TalkPart of: LAA zu Gast beim Kolloquium des Instituts für Geographische WissenschaftenSpeaker
- Summer semester 2014Lecture SeriesOrganiser
- 17.2.2014TalkPart of: Fibre DistinctionSpeaker
- 11.7.2013TalkPart of: Forschungskolloquium Landscape Archaeology and Architecture (LAA)Speaker