Cooperation Partners

The establishment of our network of cooperation partners is supposed to encourage a culture of discussion that is as open and broad as possible and should be achieved by means of an intensive and interactive scientific communication. Thereby it should be guaranteed that current research questions will be taken up and new orientations will be shaped. This will be pursued also by the organisation of annual workshops aiming to create a platform for international experts working in similar issues and methodological environment as well as to advise modifications and adjustments to the current YIRG-project.

National Cooperations

Austria

Erich Draganits, PD Mag. Dr.
University of Vienna, Department of Geodynamics and Sedimentology

Anna-Katharina Rieger, Mag. Dr.
University of Graz, History of Religion and Landscape Archaeology (Graduate programme)

Andreas Rhoby, Doz. Mag. Dr.
University of Vienna, Institute for Medieval Research, Deputy Head of the Division of Byzantine Research

Thomas Corsten, Univ.-Prof. Dr.
University of Vienna, Institute for Ancient History, Papyrology and Epigraphy

Andreas Pülz, Priv.-Doz. MMag. Dr.
Scientific Director Classical Studies, Austrian Archaeological Institute, Austrian Academy of Science, Vienna

Georg Plattner, Mag. Dr.
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien and Ephesos Museum, Director of the Collection of Greek and Roman Antiquities in the KHM and of the Ephesos Museum

Markus Öhler, Univ.-Prof. Dr.
University of Vienna, Department of New Testament Studies

Wolfgang Spickermann, Univ.-Prof. Dr.habil.
University of Graz, Institute for Ancient History and Epigraphy

Sabine Ladstätter, Priv.-Doz. Mag. Dr.
Executive Director of the Autrian Archaeological Institute (OeAI), Austrian Academy of Science, Vienna

Walter Prochaska, Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dr.phil.
Montanuniversität Leoben, Department of Geosciences and Geophysics

Michael Kerschner, Priv.-Doz. Mag. Dr.
Austrian Archaeological Institute (OeAI), Austrian Academy of Science, Vienna

International Cooperations

Netherlands, Great Britain, France, Germany, USA, Turkey, Denmark, Sweden

Jan N. Bremmer, prof. dr.
University of Groningen, Faculty of Religious Studies and Theology (Netherlands)

Luke Lavan, Dr.
University of Kent, Center for Late Antique Archaeology (Great Britain)

Troels Myrup Kristensen, Prof. Dr.
Aarhus University, School of Culture and Society, Department of Classical Archaeology (Denmark)

Mariatta Horster, Univ.-Prof. Dr.
University of Mainz, Historica Seminar, department of Ancient History (Germany)

Cengiz Topal
Ephesos Museum Selçuk, Efes Müzesi (Turkey)

Irene Selsvold, PhD
University of Gothenburg, Department of Historical Studies (Sweden)

Patrick Sänger, Prof. Dr.
University of Münster, Seminar of Ancient History/Department for Epigraphy (Germany)

Philipp Niewöhner, PD Dr.
University of Göttingen, Department of Christian Archaeology and Byzantine History of Art (Germany)

Neal Spencer, Dr. and Peter Higgs, Dr.
The British Museum, Departement of Greece and Rome (Great Britain)

François Kirbihler, Dr.
University of Lorraine, Department of History und Culture of Antiquity and Middle Ages (France)

Ine Jacobs, Dr.
University of Oxford, Byzantine Archaeology (Great Britain)

Walter Scheidel, Prof. Dr.
Stanford University, Department of Classics (California,USA)

Jörg Rüpke, Prof. Dr.
University of Erfurt, Max-Weber Kolleg, Religious Studies (Germany)