Dr Rüdiger Kelm

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Studies in Archaeology, Geography, Botany, Public Law and Pedagogy in Kiel, Freiburg, Bremen and Lund/Sweden (1988 – 1995); He is specialized in Roman Iron Age Archaeology in Northern Germany, Early Medieval/Viking Age Archaeology in Northern Europe, Ceramic Technology and Analysis and Landscape Reconstruction, Landscape Development and Pedagogic Programs in Archaeology. PhD in Physical Geography at the University of Kiel in 2006 about the “Cultural Landscape of the Albersdorf Region”.
He was employed in Historisches Museum Bremerhaven (1995 – 1997) and as Project Leader for the Archaeological-Ecological Centre Albersdorf (since 1997) and – since 2007 – as the Director of the Archaeological-Ecological Museum Albersdorf.

Archaeology in the City of Bremerhaven (1988 – 1997); Mölleholmen – a late Viking Age island settlement in Southern Scania, Sweden (1992 – 1994); Bremen-Rekum – a Roman Iron Age settlement in Bremen, Northern Germany (since 1996); Albersdorf – the reconstruction of a neolithic cultural landscape in Northern Germany (since 1997); Leading Partner in the European Project “Pathways to Cultural Landscapes” (2001 – 2003); Building up of a new permanent exhibition about “Man and Environment in Prehistory” for the Archaeological-Ecological Museum Albersdorf.