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Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Prizes 2009: Six young researchers recognized for outstanding achievements
Date:3/18/2009

allowed her to combine her teaching and research work with work in corporate management. Since taking up this post, her research has focused, in particular, on the highly topical field of global production, allowing her to benefit from her international scientific cooperation projects and from her keen understanding for topics unrelated to her own subject such as IT or statistics.

Dr. Angelika Lohwasser (41), Egyptology, Free University of Berlin

Angelika Lohwasser is seen, in German-speaking countries, as one of the most outstanding researchers in the field of Sudanese archaeology. Taking a very broad subject-specific and also inter- and transdisciplinary approach, she analyses artefacts from this ancient intercultural region, and in so doing has developed new stimuli and pioneering methods. One of these pioneering methods, for instance, is her markedly sociological methodology, with which she literally brought about a new approach in Egyptology, without losing sight of the field of traditional Egyptology. In terms of the subject matter addressed she has also tackled innovative topics, for example the previously underestimated role of women in the Kingdom of Kush. With this work, Angelika Lohwasser has given her subject a new status in Germany, both in the scientific community as well as amongst the general public. Her many lectures, in Germany and internationally, which gave her the opportunity to prove herself as a successful science communicator, have contributed to this achievement. In addition she has also received numerous distinctions for her teaching work in academia.


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