Constance von Rüden completed her PhD about the wall paintings from Tall Mishrife/Qatna with an investigation of their interregional relations in 2007. After different postdocs in Athens, Bochum and Heidelberg, she holds now a position as assistant professor for Mediterranean Prehistory at the Ruhr-University Bochum. Additionally, since 2010 she is co-director of the Tell el-Dab’a wall painting project in the eastern Nile Delta in Egypt (together with Manfred Bietak).
|Constance von Rüden, "Producing Aegeanness – An Innovation and Its Impact in Middle and Late Bronze Age Syria/Northern Levant", in: Stefan Burmeister and Reinhard Bernbeck (Eds.), The Interplay of People and Technologies. Archaeological Case Studies on Innovation, Berlin: Edition Topoi, 2017, 225–249|
|Susan Pollock, Reinhard Bernbeck, Carolin Jauss, Johannes Greger, Constance von Rüden and Stefan Schreiber, "Entangled Discussions: Talking with Ian Hodder About His Book Entangled, Berlin, 14. December 2013", in: Forum Kritische Archäologie, 3 (2014), 151–161|