After first obtaining a Master’s degree in Architecture at the University of Pretoria followed by a number of years of professional experience, Annalize completed an MA in Archaeology at the University of Leiden with a thesis focused on the investigation of Roman Architects through the use of building remains with the Domus Augustana on the Palatine Hill as case study. While her current research is focused on the Archaic Greek period, involvement in other projects in the Mediterranean area has resulted in exposure to Roman and Byzantine material as well. Annalize is currently employed on a project lead by Prof. Sojc which aims to map the Roman City of Augsburg.
Annalize represents the University of Augsburg on the international team of researchers working on the Kinneret Regional Project (www.kinneret-excavations.org) sponsored by the Universities of Bern (Switzerland), Helsinki (Finland), Leiden (The Netherlands) and Wofford College (Spartanburg/SC, USA). As project architect her responsibilities include the documentation and investigation of architectural remains associated with the rural settlement and synagogue of Horvat Kur which dates to the late roman and byzantine period.
08-2014 to Present
|Mapping Roman Augsburg Project lead by Prof. Sojc|
|02-2012 to Present||Project architect for the Kinneret Regional Project on the Roman-Byzantine Synagogue at Horvat Kur by Prof. Zangenberg|
Production of drawings of Palatine Hill for publication by Prof. Sojc
|2011 - 2014||Staff member of the project by Prof. Sojc on the Greek Colony of Akragas, Sicily|
Production of building plan of Aula Isiaca for article by M. Van Aerde
|06-2011||Master of Arts in Archaeology, University of Leiden Thesis Title: Architect and Palace: investigating the architect of the Domus Augustana|
Internship on the Domus Augustana Project lead by Prof. Sojc
|10-2010||Bachelor of Arts in Ancient Civilizations, University of South Africa|
|07-2009||Documentation and production of building, artefact and burial drawings on the Vultur Project, Basilicata, Italy|
|12-2004 - 02-2010||Professional Architect with DSA Architects, Dubai|
|11-2004||Master of Architecture (professional) University of Pretoria Thesis Title: Golofelo – we are hoping. A community centre in Mamelodi, South Africa.|
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Pretoria