Mirjam Brusius is a research fellow in colonial and global history at the German Historical Institute in London. She is an expert in the circulation of objects and images in and between Europe, the Middle East, and Asia – especially ancient artefacts held by museums, how they are passed between institutions and why some remain in storage. She is co-founder of the 100 Histories of 100 Worlds in 1 Object project and earlier this month was announced as a winner of the 2022 Dan David Prize, the largest history prize in the world.
The Dan David Prize winner integrates human skeletal data with archaeobotanical, zooarchaeological and historical evidence in order to form a more well-rounded view of the past.
Judith Sudilovsky, The Jerusalem Post