Jan is responsible for the production of the Society’s colour magazine, Egyptian Archaeology, is involved in the design of our internal print communications, such as reports and leaflets, and oversees the EES book publications from development to typesetting to print, including liaison with our distributors in the USA and the UK.

He holds degrees in Business Studies (Dipl.-Kaufmann) from Trier University (Germany), in Arts Management & Cultural Studies (BA) from the University of North London (now part of London Metropolitan University) and from University College London, where he gained his PhD in Anthropology with a thesis on the material culture of popular religious practice within contemporary Catholicism.

Before joining the EES in late 2013, he has worked in a number of freelance positions, including market intelligence reporter for Euromonitor Ltd and assistant editor for the Journal of Material Culture and Home Cultures (both based at University College London). He is currently also part-time editor and social media manager of Oper!, a German opera magazine based in Berlin.

For enquiries relating to submissions to Egyptian Archaeology or the EES book programme, please contact [email protected]