Maria Röcklinger, MA
on sabbatical from Sept. 1, 2022 until August 31, 2023
Telephone: +43 1 51581-6125
Location: Hollandstraße 11–13, 5th floor | 1020 Vienna
Master’s degree in Prehistory and Protohistory at the University of Vienna. 2011–2016 research associate at the ERC-project »Prehistoric Anatolia«, first at the Austrian Archaeological Institute, Vienna and subsequently at the Institute for Oriental and European Archaeology (OREA) at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna. Since 2014 tutor of the lectures of Prof. Barbara Horejs at the University of Vienna. Since 2016 fellow of a DOC-team scholarship from the Austrian Academy of Sciences on »The Role of Households at the Dawn of the Bronze Age – Contextualizing Social Organization«.
- Prehistoric archaeology in Anatolia and the Aegean
- Early Bronze Age pottery and pottery technology
- Social organization and use of space, depositional processes
- Settlement archaeology, comparative studies on the use of space on the micro level of individual rooms and buildings
- Household archaeology
Journal Publication (1)
- Röcklinger, Maria; Horejs, Barbara; Lambrianides, Kyriacos; Spencer, Nigel (2021) ‘A path less travelled’? A case study of cross-regional connectivity in the third millennium BC from the Madra River Delta on the coastline of north-west Anatolia. The Annual of the British School at Athens, Bd. 116, S. 1-41.
Contribution in Collection (2)
- Alram-Stern, Eva; Horejs, Barbara; Schwall, Christoph; Milić, Bogdana; Röcklinger, Maria et al. [..] (2020) Prehistoric Phenomena. In: Horejs, B. (Hrsg.), OREA Annual Report 2019; Wien: Verlag der ÖAW, S. 33-43.
- Horejs, Barbara; Grasböck, Stefan; Röcklinger, Maria (2017) Continuity and Change in an Early Bronze Age 1 Metal Workshop., B. Horejs, Çukuriçi Höyük 1. Anatolian and the Aegean from the 7th to the 3rd Millennium BC. Oriental and European Archaeology 5; Wien: ÖAW, S. 95-124.