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Dr. Ursula Brosseder

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Vor- und Frühgeschichtliche Archäologie
Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität
Brühler Strasse 7
53119 Bonn, Germany

Tel.: + 49 228 73-62464      Fax:+ 49 228 73-7466
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Research Interests

Prehistory and Early Historical Periods in the Eurasian Steppes, Archaeology of Mongolia, Xiongnu Archaeology, Archaeology of Iron Age Europe, Hallstatt Period, modes of contact and interaction, cultural change, interdependencies of “nomadic” and “agricultural” societies, steppe empires

Projects

Academic Positions

2011 -  

Akademische Rätin (on leave April 2013 till April 2014)

2005-2011  

Assistant Professor

Fellowships

2013-2014  

Member of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton

2013-2014

 

Research Fellowship of the Gerda Henkel

2004-2005  

Feodor Lynen Fellowship of the Alexander Humboldt Foundation, research at the Institute of Archeology, Ethnography and Anthropology, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia.

2002-2003  

Fellowship of the German Archaeological Institute.

1999-2001  

Dissertation Fellowship of Berlin county (NaFög).

Education

2001

 

PhD in Pre- and Early Historical Archaeology, Free University of Berlin, “Studien zur Ornamentik hallstattzeitlicher Keramik zwischen Rhônetal und Karpatenbecken“ (Studies on ornamentation of Early Iron Age Pottery between the Rhone valley and the Carpathian Basin).

1991–1998

 

Studying Pre- and Early Historical Archaeology, Cultural Anthropology, Near Eastern Archaeology and Archaeology of Roman Provinces at Ludwig-Maximilians-University (Munich), Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe University (Frankfurt/Main), Free University (Berlin).

Organization of International Conferences

9.-12.02.2012

 

The Complexity of Interaction along the Eurasian Steppe Zone in the First Millennium AD. Empires, Cities, Nomads and Farmers“,
Organized with Prof. Dr. Jan Bemmann, Dr. Michael Schmauder, Prof. Dr. Timo Stickler, in LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn; supported by Gerda Henkel Foundation.

27.-30.11.2011

 

with Prof. Dr. Avraham Faust Organization of the Archaeology session „Material Culture and Social Practice“ of the „3rd German-Israeli Frontiers of Humanities Symposium 2011: Norms: Concepts and Practices“ of the Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation and the Israeli Academy of Sciences in Kibbutz Tzuba, Israel

16.-18.10.2008

 

„International Conference on Xiongnu Archaeology“ in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolei, organizer with Dr. Bryan K. Miller,
financed by Silkroad Foundation; print of the conference volume financed by Silkroad Foundation and Gerda Henkel Foundation

 

Selected Publications

Monograph/Edited Volumes

  • with Bryan K. Miller (eds.), Xiongnu Archaeology – Multidisciplinary Perspectives of the first Steppe Empire in inner Asia. Bonn Contributions to Asian Archaeology 5 (Bonn 2011, in print), 656 pages, 285 figures, 16 tables.
  • with Daniel C. Waugh (eds.), P. B. Konovalov, The Burial Vault of a Xiongnu Prince at Sudzha (Il’movaia Pad’, Transbaikalia). Bonn Contributions to Asian Archaeology 3 (Bonn 2008), 60 pages., 40 plates.
  • Studien zur Ornamentik hallstattzeitlicher Keramik zwischen Rhônetal und Karpatenbecken. Universitätsforschungen zur Prähistorischen Archäologie 106 (Bonn 2004) 512 pages.
  • Since 2005 Co-editor of the series „Bonner Beiträge zur Vor- und Frühgeschichtlichen Archäologie“, volumes 5–12.

Contributions/Articles

  • Belt Plaques as an Indicator of East-West Relations in the Eurasian Steppe at the Turn of the Millennia. In: U. Brosseder/B. K. Miller (eds.), Xiongnu Archaeology. Multidisciplinary Perspectives of the First Steppe Empire in Inner Asia. Bonn Contributions to Asian Archaeology 5 (Bonn 2011) 349–424. [PDF, 32MB]
  • Together with Bryan K. Miller: State of Research and Future Directions of Xiongnu Studies. In: U. Brosseder/B. K. Miller (eds.), Xiongnu Archaeology. Multidisciplinary Perspectives of the First Steppe Empire in Inner Asia. Bonn Contributions to Asian Archaeology 5 (Bonn 2011) 19–33. [PDF]
  • U. Brosseder/Ch. Yeruul-Erdene with D. Tseveendorj, Ch. Amartuvshin, Ts. Turbat, Ts. Amgalantugs and a contribution by M. L. Machicek, 12 AMS-radiocarbon dates from Xiongnu period sites in Mongolia and the problem of chronology. Arkheologiin sudlal 32, 2011, 53–70. [PDF]
  • Together with Leonid Marsadolov: У. Бросседер/Л.С. Марсадолов, Новые радиоуглеродные даты для Иволгинского археологического комплекса обектов в Забайкалье (предварительные результаты) In: Древние культуры Монголии и Байкальской Сибири. Материалы международной научной конференции 20–24 сентября 2010 г. (Улан-Удэ 2010) 183–186. [PDF]
  • Xiongnu Terrace Tombs and their Interpretation as Elite Burials. In: J. Bemmann/H. Parzinger/E. Pohl/D. Tseveendorzh (eds.), Current Archaeological Research in Mongolia. Papers from the First International Conference on „Archaeological Research in Mongolia” held in Ulaanbaatar, August 19th–23rd 2007. Bonn Contributions to Asian Archaeology 4 (Bonn 2009) 247–280. PDF
  • Zur Archäologie der Xiongnu. In: Attila und die Hunnen. Ausstellungskat. Speyer (Suttgart 2007) 63–71. PDF
  • Fremde Frauen in Ivolga? In: M. Blečić u. a. (Hrsg.), Scripta praehistorica in honorem Biba Teržan. Situla 44 (Ljubljana 2007) 883–893. PDF
  • Les Xiongnu et leurs relations internationales. Хүннүгийн үеийнхэн тэдний гадаа харилцаа. In: J.-P. Desroches/G. André (ed.), Mongolie, les Xiongnu de l’Arkhangaï. Монгол улс: Архангай дахь Хүннүгийн судалгаа (Oulan-Bator 2007) 82–87. PDF
  • Ebenen sozialer Identitäten im Spiegel des Zeichensystems hallstattzeitlicher Keramik. In: J. Müller-Scheessel/St. Burmeister (Hrsg.), Soziale Gruppen – kulturelle Grenzen. Die Interpretation sozialer Identitäten in der Prähistorischen Archäologie (Tübingen 2006) 81–100.
  • Zusammen mit Eckart Sauter, Bemerkungen zur Heuneburg und ihrer Publikation. Praehist. Zeitschr. 78, 2003, 60–98.
  • Zur zeitlichen Gliederung des älterhallstattzeitlichen Fundstoffes in Nordostbayern. Bayer. Vorgeschichtsbl. 67, 2003, 17–41.

 

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