and shows the importance of early human archaeology for understanding ourselves, and the role it can play in answering questions raised by the socio-political dialogue. Open science is a part of our research. It thrives on dialogue and serves as a nursery for future research questions.
New questions, innovative or tried and tested event formats, and curious and involved participants guarantee an enthralling exchange of ideas.
We are also happy to consider your suggestions.
For almost 30 years we have organized the Rudolf Virchow Lectures in honour of the famous doctor, politician and archaeologist. This was our way of paying tribute to the internationally best known, German speaking scientists of our discipline.
The open lecture and the presentation of the award took place annually in the Royal Schlosstheater in Neuwied.
After such a long period of time, the pool of potential candidates has almost become exhausted: time to take a new path!
(200.0 KiB) laureates 1987-2016
MONREPOS archaeologists report from time to time on their current research into our earliest human history. They present their results within the
context of Palaeolithic living environments, discuss their relevance for society and describe archaeological methodology.