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Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber
DAAD lecturer at the school of Architecture and Built Environment at the German Jordanian University

Email: tweber@uni-mainz.de

Thomas Maria Weber, PhD, Professor in Classical Archaeology studied at Mainz, Bonn (Germany) and Oxford (UK), held positions in German Institutions at Damascus, Amman and San'a'. Archaeological fieldwork at Greece, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Sa'udi Arabia, Yemen, and Libya.
Teaching as Professor at Mainz, Paris and Amman. A number of publications. DAAD lecturer in Amman since 2010, he started at the University of Jordan and now at the German Jordanian University.






                                   
                                                                                                                 

Oliver Ritter
DAAD lecturer ans Assistant Professor for Translation programme (Arabic, English and German) at School of Applied Humanities and Languages at the German Jordanian University, 
as well as an Exchange Coordinator.

Email: oliver.ritter@gju.edu.jo

                                                                     
                                                             

Dr. phil. Patric-Alexander Kreuz

DAAD lecturer at the Department of Cultural Resources Management and Conservation, Faculty of Archaeology and Tourism, at the University of Jordan, Amman

Email: Patric.Kreuz@rub.de
https://djasljsa.academia.edu/PatricAlexanderKreuz

Patric-Alexander Kreuz, PhD in Classical Archaeology, has studied Classical Archaeology (major), Ancient History and Archaeology of the Roman provinces (minors) at Freiburg and Cologne, interrupted by a semester in Greece. After a research project position at the Freie Universität Berlin he was Assistant Professor, then Akademischer Rat, at the Institute for Archaeological Studies at Ruhr-University Bochum, before coming to Amman in 2016. His research interests are above all Roman architecture and urbanism as well as the cultural phenomena in the border regions of the Hellenistic and Roman worlds, especially the Near East, northern Italy, and the Pontic area.


Anna Kloska

DAAD Lecturer at the German Language Department at the University of Jordan. 

Email: annakloska@yahoo.com

She has a Master degree in German Language & Literature Studies, Postgraduate Studies in German as a Foreign Language at RUB Bochum
She is a DAAD lecturer also in Erbil, Iraq and was a former lecturer at the German Jordanian University GJU, and a DAAD Lecturer in Algeria from 2013 - 2015.