Michaela Fritzl, MA
RG »Prehistoric Identities«
Telephone: +43 1 51581-6134
Location: Hollandstraße 11–13, 5th floor | 1020 Vienna
Bachelor's degree in Prehistory and Early History followed by a Master's degree in Prehistory and Historical Archaeology at the University of Vienna; since 2018 PhD studies in Prehistory and Historical Archaeology. Collaboration in various research excavations in Austria (Gars-Thunau, Prigglitz-Gasteil, Sandberg near Roseldorf, Kleiner Anzingerberg near Meidling, Michelsberg near Haselbach); collaboration in rescue excavations of the Province of Burgenland, the Pannarch Association and the City Archaeology of Vienna (2011-2012); employment with the archaeological company Novetus (2013-2015); since 2016, research associate in the research projects »The social status of motherhood in Bronze Age Europe« and »The value of mothers to societies«.
- Prehistoric Archaeology in Europe
- Mobility and Migration
- Cemetery analysis
- Identity and Motherhood in Prehistory
- Social archaeology
Journal Publication (1)
- Cavazzuti, C.; Arena, A.; Cardarelli, A.; Fritzl, M.; Gavranović, M. et al. [..] (2022) The First ‘Urnfields’ in the Plains of the Danube and the Po. Journal of World Prehistory, Bd. 35 (1), S. 45-86.
Contribution in Collection (1)
- Rebay-Salisbury, K.; Pany-Kucera, D.; Salisbury, R. B.; Perego, .E.; Fritzl, M. et al. [..] (2020) Prehistoric Identities., OREA Annual Report 2019; Vienna, S. 44-48.