Sara DollsM. A.
Building: 1080 Reiff-Museum
Room: R 118
- Phone: +49 241 80 95076
Tuesdays, 10am to 11am | Scheduling via RWTHonline
Sara Dolls is part of the research team of the DFG-funded project "Church and City in a Heptagon", which investigates the genesis, shape and significance of the Belgian pilgrimage site Scherpenheuvel. Together with the project leader Anke Naujokat, she is also in charge of the project-related construction survey and construction research excursions.
2011-2014 Bachelor's studies in Architecture at FH Aachen | 2014-2017 Master's studies in Historic Building research at OTH Regensburg | 2015-2016 Student assistant on the survey campaigns for the PhD project "The Leonidaion" in Olympia, Greece | 2017 Master's degree with a thesis on the thermae of the Leonidaion in Olympia, Greece | 2017 Freelance researcher at the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DAI), collaboration on the DFG-funded research project „Die Porta Nigra“, Trier | 2017-2018 Research assistant at the DAI, continuation of work on the Greek baths at the Leonidaion | Since 2018 Research assistant at the Chair of Architectural History at RWTH Aachen University under Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anke Naujokat, collaboration on the DFG-funded research project "Scherpenheuvel. Church and City in a Heptagon"
Current Research Projects
Scherpenheuvel. Church and City in a Heptagon. (DFG-funded 2018-2021)
The Baths of the Leonidaion in Olympia, Greece
Main Research Areas
Bathing culture in ancient Greece | The architecture of Greek and Roman baths and thermae | The architecture of pilgrimage sites | Tower architecture