Team

The pop-up exhibition was designed in the course of a seminar at the University of Heidelberg, Germany, during the summer semester 2020. The team consists of:

Rouven Bälz studies Modern History and Classical Archaeology. He sees this project as an exciting chance to combine academic research and practical work experience.

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Foto Bauer, Jakob

Jakob Bauer studies Modern History. His Master thesis deals with reception history in Early Modern Times.

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Foto Bott, Elena

Elena Bott is a student of Classical Archaeology. For her, the exhibition project is a great opportunity for a dialogue with the public and to gain practical experience in the making of an exhibition.

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Foto Boettcher, Felix

As as a student of Classical Archaeology and Prehistory, Felix Böttcher is interested in the history of (archaeological) research. Apart from this, for him the exhibition project offers a great opportunity to connect with other universities and research institutions.

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Marco Böhm

Marco Böhm studies Modern History and would like to expand his experience in planning and preparing an exhibition.

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Foto Lembens, Andrea

Andrea Lembens studies Classical Archaeology and Modern History. She has already dealt with the topics of reception studies and exhibition design in several courses and could imagine herself working as a museum curator in future.

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Foto Lohmann, Polly

As the curator of the collection of antiquities, Polly Lohmann by chance discovered the exciting history of the Heidelberg plastercasts of the Tropaeum Traiani. A three weeks trip to Romania convinced her to design a travelling exhibition on this topic together with students.

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Foto Mesch, Sebastian

Sebastian Mesch is a student of Modern History and has been working about both ancient and modern forms of representation and imperial conceptions of the world.

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Foto Petra Olosz

Petra Olosz was born in Transylvania; after her Bachelor degree in European Art History at the University of Heidelberg, Petra Olosz has enrolled in the Master’s programme ‘Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation’ at Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg. She is responsible for the Romanian translations of the exhibition texts.

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Foto Penter, Tanja

Tanja Penter holds the chair for Eastern European History and contributes to the preparation of the exhibition with her expertise on Eastern Europe in the 19th and 20th century.

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Foto Rohlederer, Sebastian

Sebastian Rohlederer studies Classical Archaeology and has developed a strong interest in the reception of antiquity in political contexts through various seminars and his independent self studies.

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Foto Sauerteig, Fritzi

Fritzi Sauerteig has already once had the chance to visit the archaeological sites of Romania. During her studies of ancient cultures at Heidelberg University, she discovered her interest in reception studies.

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Foto Stuebe, Julia

As a student of Art History and Cultural Management, Julia Stübe is interested in cultural heritage, exhibition projects and travelling as a stimulating exchange of ideas.

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Foto Toldi, Eszter

Eszter Toldi studies Modern History and Art History. She is especially interested in the interrelationship of Eastern European and Western European perspectives of reception histories, and on the relation of societies with their past.

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Foto Zink, Fabian

Fabian Simon Zink studies History and Archaeology and is currently active in promoting the establishment of a historical museum in his hometown Laudenbach. He therefore would like to learn more about the designing and making of exhibitions.

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