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    Education

    2008–2011

    • PhD Scholarship at the Graduate School ‘Human Development in Landscapes’ at the Christian Albrechts University of Kiel, Germany. Degree: Doctor of Philosophy (Dr. phi. CAU Kiel), June 21, 2011. Title of dissertation: ‘Neolithische Siedlungsstrukturen im südöstlichen Schleswig-Holstein. Dynamik in Landschaft und Besiedlung’ (Neolithic settlement structures in southeastern Schleswig-Holstein. Dynamics in landscape and population) . Supervisor Prof. Dr. Johannes Müller (Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, CAU Kiel), Prof. Dr. Rainer Duttmann (Lehrstuhl für Landschaftsökologie und Geoinformation, CAU Kiel), with distinction ‘magna cum laude’ (0,8)


    1998–2008

    • Studies in Pre- and Early History, Classical Archaeology, Medieval and Modern History, Computer Science and European Ethnology at the Free University of Berlin and Christian Albrechts University of Kiel. Degree: Master of Arts (M.A.), February 6, 2008. Title of master thesis: ‘Eine multivariate Analyse Aunjetitzer Fundkomplexe’ (A multivariate analysis of Aunjetitz artefact complexes). Supervisor Dr. Johannes Müller, Prof. Dr. Ulrich Müller (both Institute for Pre- and Protohistorical Archaeology, CAU Kiel), with distinction ‘Very good’ (1.0)

    Other Publications

    publications (last five years)
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    • M. Hinz, ​Megaliths, causewayed enclosures and social space in North Central Europe. Megalithisms and funerary monumentalisms: past, present, future (Sidestone Press, Leiden 2018)

    • M. Hinz, From Hunting to Herding? Aspects of the Social and Animal Landscape during the Southern Scandinavian Neolithic. In: A. Haug/L. Käppel/J. Müller, Past Landscapes. The Dynamics of Interaction between Society, Landscape, and Culture (Sidestone Press, Leiden 2018).

    • M. Furholt/M. Hinz/D. Mischka, Putting Things into Practice: Exploring the Consequences of Pragmatic Theory for Archaeology. In: A. Haug/L. Käppel/J. Müller, Past Landscapes. The Dynamics of Interaction between Society, Landscape, and Culture (Sidestone Press, Leiden 2018).


    2018

    • M. Hinz, From Hunting to Herding? Aspects of the Social and Animal Landscape during the Southern Scandinavian Neolithic. In: A. Haug/L. Käppel/J. Müller, Past Landscapes. The Dynamics of Interaction between Society, Landscape, and Culture (Sidestone Press, Leiden 2018).

    • M. Furholt/M. Hinz/D. Mischka, Putting Things into Practice: Exploring the Consequences of Pragmatic Theory for Archaeology. In: A. Haug/L. Käppel/J. Müller, Past Landscapes. The Dynamics of Interaction between Society, Landscape, and Culture (Sidestone Press, Leiden 2018).


    2017

    • V. Rohde Krossa/M. Moros/G. Leduc/M. Hinz/T. Blanz/R. Schneider, Regional climate change and the onset of farming in northern Germany and southern Scandinavia. The Holocene 27(10), 1589–1599. https://doi.org/10.1177/0959683617702223

    • S. Dreibrodt/M. Furholt/R. Hofmann/M. Hinz/I. Cheben, P-ed-XRF-geochemical signatures of a 7300 year old Linear Band Pottery house ditch fill at Vráble-Ve’lké Lehemby, Slovakia – House inhabitation and post-depositional processes. Quaternary International 438, Part B, 131-143. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2017.03.054


    2016

    • V. P. J. Arponen/J. Müller/R. Hofmann/M. Furholt/A. Ribeiro/C. Horn/M. Hinz, Using the Capability Approach to Conceptualise Inequality in Archaeology: the Case of the Late Neolithic Bosnian Site Okolište c. 5200–4600 BCE. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory Volume 23/2 (2016), 541–560. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10816-015-9252-0

    • F. Hage/G. Schafferer/M. Hinz, Common motivation, different intentions? A multiscalar approach to the megalithic architecture of the Funnel Beaker North Group. In: L. Laporte/C. Scarre (Hrsg.), The Megalithic Architectures of Europe (Oxford 2016) 145–154. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1186098

    • M. Hinz/W. Kirleis, Stability in a changing world: insights from settlement intensity patterns and archaeobotany. In: L. Laporte/C. Scarre (Hrsg.), The Megalithic Architectures of Europe (Oxford 2016) 507–215. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1186102


    2015

    • M. Hinz, Norddeutschland im vierten vorchristlichen Jahrtausend. In: W. Dörfler/W. Kirleis/J. Müller (Hrsg.), MEGALITHsite Kiel (Hamburg 2015) 10–17. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1186208

    • J. Müller/M. Hinz/M. Ullrich, Bell Beakers – chronology, innovation and memory: a multivariate approach. In: M. P. Prieto Martinez/L. Salanova (Hrsg.), The bell beaker transition in Europe: mobility and local evolution during the 3rd Millennium Bc (Oxford 2015) 57–68. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1185599

    • M. Hinz, Growth and Decline? Population dynamics of Funnel beaker societies in the 4th millenium BC. In: K. Brink/S. Hydén/K. Jennbert/L. Larsson/D. Olausson (Hrsg.), Neolithic Diversities. Perspectives from a conference in Lund, Sweden. Acta Arch. Lundensia Ser. 8, No. 65 (Lund 2015) 43–57. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1185597

    • M. Weinelt/C. Schwab/J. Kneisel/M. Hinz, Climate and societal change in the western Mediterranean area around 4.2 ka BP. In: H. Meller/H. W. Arz/R. Jung/R. Risch (Hrsg.), 2200 BC – Ein Klimasturz als Ursache für den Zerfall der alten Welt: 7. Mitteldeutscher Archäologentag vom 23. bis 26. Oktober 2014 in Halle. Landesamt f. Denkmalpflege u. Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt (Halle 2015) 461–480. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1185581

    • O. Nakoinz/M. Hinz, Modelle in der Archäologie. In: B. Thalheim/I. Nissen (eds.), Wissenschaft & Kunst der Modellierung. Kieler Zugang zur Definition, Nutzung und Zukunft (Berlin u.a. 2015) 219–249. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1185312


    2014

    • M. Hinz/J. Müller, The Absolute Speed of Change: Multidimensional Scaling and Innovation Rates. Archaeometry 57(3), 2015, 560–581. https://doi.org/10.1111/arcm.12111

    • M. Hinz, Neolithische Siedlungsstrukturen im südöstlichen Schleswig-Holstein. Dynamik in Landschaft und Besiedlung (Bonn 2014). https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1185298

    • M. Furholt/M. Hinz/D. Mischka/G. Noble/D. Olausson (eds.), Landscapes, Histories and Societies in the Northern European Neolithic. Frühe Monumentalität u. soziale Differenzierung 4 (Bonn 2014). https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1185286

    • M. Hinz, Same but different? Neolithic economic and cultural change in northern Germany. In: M. Furholt/M. Hinz/D. Mischka/G. Noble/D. Olausson (eds.), Landscapes, Histories and Societies in the Northern European Neolithic. Frühe Monumentalität u. soziale Differenzierung 4 (Bonn 2014) 207–218. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1185280


    2013

    • F. Förster/R. Großmann/M. Hinz/K. Iwe/H. Kinkel/A. Larsen/U. Lungershausen/C. Matarese/P. Meurer/O. Nelle/V. Robin/M. Teichmann, Towards mutual understanding within interdisciplinary palaeoenvironmental research: An exemplary analysis of the term landscape. Quaternary International 312, 2013, 4–11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2013.07.045

    • J. Müller/H.R. Bork/J.P. Brozio/D. Demnick/S. Diers/H. Dibbern/W. Dörfler/I. Feeser/B. Fritsch/M. Furholt/F. Hage/M. Hinz/W. Kirleis/S. Klooß/H. Kroll/M. Lindemann/L. Lorenz/D. Mischka/C. Rinne, Landscapes as Social Spaces and Ritual Meaning: Some New Results on TRB in Northern Germany. In: J. A. Bakker/S. B.C. Bloo/M. K. Dütting (Hrsg.), From Funeral Monuments to Household Pottery. Current advances in Funnel Beaker Culture (TRB/TBK) research. Proceedings of the BorgerMeetings 2009, The Netherlands. BAR International Series 2474 (Oxford 2013) 21–80. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1185259

    • M. Mennenga/A. Behrens/A. Drafehn/M. Hinz/F. Hage/J.P. Brozio/H. Dibbern, AG Steine – Definitionen zum Silexmaterial des Neolithikums in Norddeutschland. Journal of Neolithic Archaeology 15, 2013, 47–54. https://doi.org/10.12766/jna.2013.03

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