Advisers

Advisers are key collaborators in all stages of the works, from concept development, to publication.

 

Dr. Philipp Aumann, Historical-Technical Museum Peenemünde (German history, history of technology)

Prof. Mariam Ayad, American University in Cairo (Egyptology/philology)

Dr. Christian Bayer, Roemer-Pelizaeus Museum (Egyptology/art history)

Prof. Dr. Volker R. Berghahn, Columbia University (German history)

Prof. Laurel Bestock, Brown University (Egyptology/archaeology)

Matthew Brennan (Informatics, virtual archaeology)

Prof. Peter Der Manuelian, Harvard University (Egyptology, virtual archaeology)

Casper Erichsen (Namibian history)

Prof. Roxana Flammini, Catholic University of Buenos Aires/CONICET (Egyptology)

Prof. Bernard Frischer, Indiana University (Informatics, Classics, virtual archaeology)

Oliver Gauert, M.A., Roemer-Pelizaeus Museum (Egyptology/mummies)

Prof. Salima Ikram, Yale University (Egyptology/archaeology, mummies)

Prof. Thomas Kühne, Clark University (German History, genocide studies)

Prof. Nancy Llewellyn (Classics/Latin)

Dr. Christian Loeben, Museum August Kestner Hannover (Egyptology)

Prof. Henning Melber, University of Uppsala  (German history/colonialism)

Prof. Juan Carlos Moreno García, Université Paris IV/ Sorbonne

Dr. Matthias Müller, Basel University (Egyptology/epigraphy)

Ray Müller (filmmaking; Leni Riefenstahl)

Dr. Sylvia Necker, Institute for Contemporary History, Munich (German history, history of architecture, musical composition)

Prof. Thomas Schneider, University of British Columbia  (Egyptology/philology)

Prof. Regine Schulz, Roemer-Pelizaeus Museum (Egyptology/art history)

Janet Stephens (Archaeology, hair)

Prof. Ulrich Van der Heyden, Humboldt University Berlin (German history/colonialism)

Prof. Stephen Vinson, Indiana University (Egyptology/philology)

Dr. Joachim Zeller (German history/colonialism)

Prof. Jürgen Zimmerer, Hamburg University (German history/colonialism, genocide studies)