Hanna received her MA (2018) and BA (2014) in Near Eastern Archaeology from Freie Universität Berlin. From 2014 to 2015 she studied at the University of Durham as part of the Erasmus+ Program. Her MA thesis focused on the production and use of chipped stone tools during the Chalcolithic and Middle Bronze Age in Jordan by analyzing the lithic industry of Abu Snesleh. She has worked on projects in Turkey, Jordan, Greece, and Germany.
Hanna's research interests include: archaeology of the southern Levant, urbanism, daily life, lithic analysis, ethics of archaeology, and historical archaeology in Germany.
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