Core Group

The administrative and scientific supervision of the HAEMUS International Research Network relies on a Core Group, on which sit representatives of twelve of the founding institutions:

Dominic Moreau

Coordinator of the HAEMUS IRN

Associate Professor in Late Antiquity at the University of Lille / HALMA-UMR 8164 research centre (Univ. Lille, CNRS, MC)

dominic.moreau@univ-lille.fr

Michael Doneus

Professor for Landscape and Environmental Archaeology  / Director of the Institute for Prehistory and Historical Archeology of the University of Vienna

michael.doneus@univie.ac.at

Christophe J. Goddard

Research Professor at the CNRS / Director of the AOrOc-UMR 8546 research centre (CNRS, PSL [ENS, EPHE])

directeur.aoroc@gmail.com

Orsolya Heinrich-Tamáska

Research Professor at the Leibniz-Institute for the History and Culture of Eastern Europe (GWZO)

orsolya.heinrich-tamaska@leibniz-gwzo.de

Sabine Ladstätter

Research Professor / Director of the Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖIA/ÖAW) 

sabine.ladstaetter@oeai.at

Nicolas Laubry

Assistant Director for Ancient History and Archaeology at the French School at Rome (EFR)

dirant@efrome.it

Luke Lavan

Lecturer in Archaeology / Director of the the Centre for Late Antique Archaeology of the University of Kent

l.a.lavan@kent.ac.uk

Laurianne Martinez-Sève

Assistant Director for Ancient and Byzantine History and Archaeology at the French School at Athens (EFA)

laurianne.seve@efa.gr

Emanuele Papi

Director of the Italian Archaeological School at Athens (SAIA)

direttoresaia@scuoladiatene.it

Christoph Rummel

Scientific Advisor at the Roman-Germanic Commission of the German Archaeological Institute (RGK/DAI)

christoph.rummel@dainst.de

Carla Sfameni

Researcher at the Institute of Heritage Science of the Italian National Research Council (ISPC/CNR)

carla.sfameni@cnr.it

Together with the Scientific Board, they both form the Steering Committee of the network.


The HAEMUS International Research Network also has a specific partnership, in training, research and publishing with Brepols Publishers (contact: Rosie Bonté, rosie.bonte@brepols.net), and is fully supported by the Hauts-de-France region.