Stefanie Samida

Stefanie Samida studied ancient and early history, classical archaeology and medieval history at the Eberhard-Karls-University Tübingen and the Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel. She earned her doctoral degree with a work on new media in archaeology in December 2005. Since 2012 she works as research fellow at the centre for contemporary historical research Potsdam where she oversees the project „Living History: Reenacted Prehistory between Research and Popular Performance“. Her research interests include archaeology and media/society, living history and the popularization of science and history. Her latest publication concerning the workshop’s main topic is “Inszenierte Authentizität: Zum Umgang mit Vergangenheit im Kontext der Living History.” In: M. Fitzenreiter (Hrsg.), Authentizität. Artefakt und Versprechen in der Archäologie. IBAES – Internetbeiträge zur Ägyptologie und Sudanarchäologie XV (London) 139–150.

International Workshop: Analysing Historical Narratives

Date and Venue

7 - 9 July 2016
House for the History of the Ruhr, Institute for Social Movements, Clemensstr. 17-19, 44789 Bochum


Nicola Brauch, Stefan Berger, Chris Lorenz

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