Prof. dr. Johannes Müller

Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology, CAU Kiel (present). Previous affiliations in chronological order: Studies of Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology in Freiburg and Edinburgh, PhD 1990, Habilitation 1998, Professor at University Bamberg, Free University Berlin, University Freiburg, Coordinator of the Kiel Graduate School ‘Human Development in Landscapes’ 2007-; Speaker of the Johanna-Mestorf-Academy 2011-; Speaker of the Collaborative Research Centre 1266 ‘Scales of Transformation: Human-Environmental Interaction in Prehistoric and Archaic Societies 2016-.

Key publications:
Müller et al. 2009: J. Müller/T. Seregély/C. Becker/A.-M. Christensen/M. Fuchs/H. Kroll/D. Mischka/U. Schüssler, A Revision of Corded Ware Settlement Pattern – New Results from the Central European Low Mountain Range. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 75, 2009, 125–142.

Müller 2012: J. Müller, Aspenstedt-Großer Berg. Ein spätneolithisches Grab mit kupfernem Nietdolch – Hinweis auf eine „verpasste“ Innovation. Prähistorische Zeitschrift 87, 2012, 44–57.

Lee et al. 2012: E.J. Lee/C. Makarewicz/R. Renneberg/M. Harder/B. Krause-Kyora/S. Müller/S. Ostritz/ L. Fehren-Schmitz/S. Schreiber/J. Müller/N. von Wurmb-Schwark/A. Nebel, Emerging genetic patterns of the European Neolithic. Perspectives from a late Neolithic Bell Beaker burial site in Germany. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 148, 2012, 571–579.

Müller et al. 2013: J. Müller/K. Rassmann/R. Hofmann, Okolište 1 – Untersuchungen einer spätneolithischen Siedlungskammer in Zentralbosnien. Neolithikum und Chalkolithikum in Zentralbosnien 1. Universitätsforschungen zur prähistorischen Archäologie (Bonn 2013).

Müller 2014: J. Müller, 4100–2700 B.C. Monuments and Ideologies in the Neolithic Landscape. In: J.F. Osborne (ed.), Approaching Monumentality in Archaeology (New York 2014) 181–217.

Müller/Peterson 2015: J. Müller/R. Peterson, Ceramics and Society in Northern Europe. In: C. Fowler/J. Harding/D. Hofmann (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Neolithic Europe (Oxford 2015).

Müller et al. 2015: J. Müller/M. Hinz/M. Ullrich, Bell Beakers – Chronology, Innovation and Memory. A Multivariate Approach. In: M. P.P. Martinez/L. Salanova (eds.), The Bell Beaker Transition in Europe (Oxford 2015) 57–68.

Müller 2015: J. Müller, 8 Million Neolithic Europeans. Social Demography and Social Archaeology on the Scope of Change – from the Near East to Scandinavia. In: K. Kristiansen/L. Smejda/J. Turek (eds.), Paradigm Change (Oxford 2015) 200–214.

Müller 2015: J. Müller, Movement of plants, animals, ideas and people. Southeast-European Neolithic and Chalcolithic. In: C. Fowler/J. Harding/D. Hofmann (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Neolithic Europe (Oxford 2015) 63–80.

Müller et al. 2016: J. Müller/K. Rassmann/M. Videiko, Trypillia Mega-Sites and European Prehistory: 4100- 3400 BCE. Themes in Contemporary Archaeology (London 2016).

Müller et al. 2017: J. Müller/V.P.J. Arponen/R. Hofmann/R. Ohlrau, The Appearance of Social Inequalities: Cases of Neolithic and Chalcolithic Societies. Origini 38 2015-2, 65-86.

Müller 2017: J. Müller, Rebellion and Inequality: Hierarchy and Balance. In: S. Hansen/J. Müller (eds.), Rebellion and Inequality in Archaeology (Bonn 2017) 23–32.

Books by Johannes Müller

Past Landscapes

The Dynamics of Interaction between Society, Landscape, and Culture

Edited by Annette Haug, Lutz Käppel & Johannes Müller | Forthcoming

Past Landscapes presents theoretical and practical attempts of scholars and scientists, who were and are active within the Kiel Graduate School “Human Development in Landscapes”...

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