Current honorary positions (selection)
Chairperson of the Advisory Council and member of the Executive Board of ICOM
Spokesperson of the German-speaking Egyptology in the International Association of Egyptologists
Member of the University Council of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hildesheim/ Holzminden/Göttingen
Member of the German Archaeological Institute
Member of the Advisory Council of the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo and the Minya-Museum
Education and Qualifications
Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich: Habilitation: War as a Component of the Divine Order - Conception and Composition of Ancient Egyptian Battle Scenes, 1995; Dissertation: Development and significance of the block statue type, 1985
Free University Berlin: Magister: Concepts of public opinion in antiquity and the Middle Ages, 1978
Practical training: internships and traineeships in the State Museum of Egyptian Art Munich (excavations at Minshat Abu Omar, Egypt), Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Egyptian Museum and Islamic Museum Berlin
Walters Art Museum, Baltimore (USA): Director of International Curatorial Relations, 2006-2011; Director of the Curatorial Department 2002-2006; Acting Curator of Islamic Art, 2002-2010; Curator of Ancient Art, 2001-2011.
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore (USA), Department of Near Eastern Studies: Affiliate later Associate Professor 2004–2011
Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Institute of Egyptology: Deputy director of the Institute, 2001; Associate professor and Academic senior assistant 1995–2000; Academic assistant 1991–1995; Research assistant/Lecturer, 1985–1990; Student tutor and Research assistant 1981–1982
Roemer and Pelizaeus Museum Hildesheim: Research Assistant 1984–1999
German Archaeological Institute, dept. Cairo: Research assistant 1983–1984
State Museum of Egyptian Art Munich: Research assistant/excavation assistant 1980–1983
Free University Berlin, Institute of Egyptology: Academic student assistant 1978–1980
Projects, Exhibitions, Lectures, Publications
Project management/co-management and participation in research projects (selection)
Excavation Qantir/Piramesse currently in cooperation with the Institute of Archaeology and Cultural History of North Africa at the Humboldt University Berlin, since 2012
World origin and theology of Hermopolis Magna and Tuna el-Gebel as part of a cult landscape in Middle Egypt from the late to the Roman period in cooperation with the Institute of Egyptology of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich and the University of Cairo, since 2015
Provenance research in non-European collections and ethnology in Lower Saxony, since 2017
Knowledge repository Music in cooperation with the Center for World Music of the Foundation University of Hildesheim, since 2018
The paintings of the temple of Amenhotep III at Wadi es-Sebua in the Egyptian Museum Cairo, cooperation with the Institute of Egyptology of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, since 2018
Since 1984/85 curator/co-curator of 69 exhibitions in various museums; organizer/co-organizer of 18 scientific Conferences (fields: Egyptology, Archaeology, History and Museology); editor/co-editor and author/co-author of 26 academic Book publications, 77 articles, 17 reviews and numerous contributions to museum catalogues.
Prof. Dr. Regine Schulz
Director/CEO of the Roemer and Pelizaeus Museum Hildesheim gGmbH und operating manager of the City-Museum Hildesheim, since 2011.
Associate Professor, Institute of Egyptology, Ludwig Maximilian Universität, Munich, since 2001.