Anja Rutter MA
Holding an MA in medieval history (Universität Bielefeld) and another in maritime archaeology (University of Southampton), Anja Rutter has been an interdisciplinary researcher from the outset. After gaining experience as a research diver and a field archaeologist, she is now writing her PhD on Bronze Age networks in the Levant at the Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel. Her main research focusses on networked identities, mental maps and the question of continuitiy in societies during and after upheaval and forced change.
As Anja Rutter also has long-time experience in museum didactics and citizen science, she has a special interest in making research accessible and understandable to the public and in the role the humanities can play in shaping our ideas of the future.
Books by Anja Rutter
How the sea links people and transforms identities
Edited by Laura C. Schmidt, Anja Rutter, Lutz Käppel & Oliver Nakoinz | 2023
The present publication constitutes the Proceedings of Session 7 of the ‘Creation of landscapes VI’ workshop, hosted by the CAU Kiel in 2019. The session was entitled ‘Mediterranean Connections – how the sea links people…