Leading Curator, Icon Museum in Frankfurt.
Studied religiology, Semitic and anthropology at the University of Marburg.
Conducted field researches in North Africa: Morocco and Ethiopia (2008–2009).
From 2009 to 2018, she was employed as a research fellow at the faculty of religion studies of the University of Marburg and as a curator of the Marburg Museum of Religion.
With the support of E. A. Teryukova, the deputy director for scientific work of the State Museum of Religion History, she established fruitful mutual relations between the Russian and German museums. The main achievements of such cooperation are: "Celebrating Ethiopia" exhibition (Saint Petersburg, 2014, the photos having been taken during the field studies conducted by Konstanze Runge) and "There is no God! Church and Religion in the Antireligious Poster" (Marburg, 2015). Mrs. Runge completed her thesis paper on "Between Uncharming and Charming — Religious Items in Their Contextualization in the Early Days of the Museum of Religion History in Leningrad and the Museum of Religion in Marburg" subject.
Since September 2019, Konstanze Runge has been the leading curator and conservator of the Icon Museum of Frankfurt that stores over 1,400 items.