Ulrich Mania studied Classical Archaeology and History of Art at the University of Halle. His published dissertation deals with the sculpture and functional installations of the Red Hall in Pergamon. He was a team member of the excavations in Pergamon and Priene for many years, and Assistant Professor at the universities of Kiel and Bonn. After a three years as academic visitor at the University of Oxford he became research associate of the German Archaeological Institute Istanbul in May 2015.

Publications

2018
Inproceedings
Ulrich Mania and Monika Trümper, "Development of Gymnasia and Graeco-Roman Cityscapes", in: Ulrich Mania and Monika Trümper (Eds.), Development of Gymnasia and Graeco-Roman Cityscapes , Berlin: Edition Topoi, 2018, 7–13
2018
Proceedings
Ulrich Mania and Monika Trümper (Eds.), Development of Gymnasia and Graeco-Roman Cityscapes, Berlin: Edition Topoi, 2018
2018
Inproceedings
Ulrich Mania, "Gymnasial Buildings and Sanctuaries. A Contribution to the Formation of the Palaestra and an Interpretation of the So-Called ‘Echo Stoa’", in: Ulrich Mania and Monika Trümper (Eds.), Development of Gymnasia and Graeco-Roman Cityscapes , Berlin: Edition Topoi, 2018, 181–195