Post-Medieval Archaeology

Postmedieval Archaeology Katja Grüneberg-Wehner, M.A. | Tel. 880 7427 | Room: 143 | Current lectures (UnivIS)

⇐ Professorship of Historic Archaeology

Post-medieval archaeology has, over the past decades, established itself within the framework of historical archaeology and represents a continuation of medieval archaeology in its methods and questions. Under consideration of and in interaction with written, pictorial/cartographical, oral (etc.) sources, the field works with material remains from the 16th to the 21st century.
Main topics of German-speaking archaeology are (e.g.) the Archaeology of National Socialist Terror, Urban Archaeology, Church Archaeology and Industrial Archaeology. The focus of the research lies with the examination of everyday and mental history as well as social and economic history.
Post-medieval Archaeology was established at the Institute for Pre- and Protohistory at Kiel University by prof. Dr. Ulrich Müller. Current projects and theses are on:

 

Magazines with post-medieval themes

Historische Archäologie

Newsletters by the „Deutsche Gesellschaft für Archäologie des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit“(German Society for Medieval and Post-Medieval Archaeology)