Thiessen, Mark MA (MA)

Mark Thiessen (Maastricht, 1982) studied history of International Relations at Utrecht University. He graduated cum laude in 2008 after researching the origins and effects of the Islamic revolution in Iran for his master thesis. Mark has published a range of articles about international relations and contemporary Iranian history in a number of newspapers and academic magazines since 2007 and is currently working as an advisor for international and European affairs in Dutch parliament.

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Thomas, Brittany (Dr.)

Brittany Thomas is in the writing-up stage of her PhD at the University of Leicester, working on the late antique art and architecture of Ravenna under Dr Neil Christie. Her research interests include interaction with art in public spaces, imagined and re-visioned space, and notions of the gaze and the ‘viewer’ in antiquity.

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Thomas, Nicholas (Prof. dr.)

Nicholas Thomas did doctoral research in the Marquesas Islands and has since written extensively on exploration and cross-cultural encounters and on art histories in the Pacific. He has been Director of the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge since 2006.

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Tromp, Heimerick (Dr.)

Dr. H.M.J. Tromp (1950) is cultuurhistoricus, buitenplaatsdeskundige en oud-wetenschappelijk medewerker van de Stichting tot behoud van Particuliere Historische Buitenplaatsen (1984-2010). Hij promoveerde in 2000 op de introductie van de Landschapsstijl in Nederland.

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Vaart-Verschoof, Sasja van der (Dr.)

Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof is currently a PhD researcher at the Faculty of Archaeology, University of Leiden, the Netherlands. She was awarded a NWO research grant for her PhD project entitled Constructing powerful identities. The conception and meaning of ‘rich’ Hallstatt burials in the Low Countries (800-500 BC).

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Van den Bel, Martijn (Dr.)

Martijn van den Bel has been living and working over a decade as an archaeologist for Inrap in Cayenne (French Guiana) and directs public excavations in the latter French Department as well as the French Antilles. At the moment he is finishing his PhD at the University of Leiden directed by Corinne Hofman and Arie Boomert, discussing the prehistory of the coastal area of French Guiana between the Cayenne and the Maroni Rivers.

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Thiessen, Mark MA (MA)

Mark Thiessen (Maastricht, 1982) studied history of International Relations at Utrecht University. He graduated cum laude in 2008 after researching the origins and effects of the Islamic revolution in Iran for his master thesis. Mark has published a range of articles about international relations and contemporary Iranian history in a number of newspapers and academic magazines since 2007 and is currently working as an advisor for international and European affairs in Dutch parliament.

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Thomas, Brittany (Dr.)

Brittany Thomas is in the writing-up stage of her PhD at the University of Leicester, working on the late antique art and architecture of Ravenna under Dr Neil Christie. Her research interests include interaction with art in public spaces, imagined and re-visioned space, and notions of the gaze and the ‘viewer’ in antiquity.

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Thomas, Nicholas (Prof. dr.)

Nicholas Thomas did doctoral research in the Marquesas Islands and has since written extensively on exploration and cross-cultural encounters and on art histories in the Pacific. He has been Director of the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge since 2006.

read more

Tromp, Heimerick (Dr.)

Dr. H.M.J. Tromp (1950) is cultuurhistoricus, buitenplaatsdeskundige en oud-wetenschappelijk medewerker van de Stichting tot behoud van Particuliere Historische Buitenplaatsen (1984-2010). Hij promoveerde in 2000 op de introductie van de Landschapsstijl in Nederland.

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Vaart-Verschoof, Sasja van der (Dr.)

Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof is currently a PhD researcher at the Faculty of Archaeology, University of Leiden, the Netherlands. She was awarded a NWO research grant for her PhD project entitled Constructing powerful identities. The conception and meaning of ‘rich’ Hallstatt burials in the Low Countries (800-500 BC).

read more

Van den Bel, Martijn (Dr.)

Martijn van den Bel has been living and working over a decade as an archaeologist for Inrap in Cayenne (French Guiana) and directs public excavations in the latter French Department as well as the French Antilles. At the moment he is finishing his PhD at the University of Leiden directed by Corinne Hofman and Arie Boomert, discussing the prehistory of the coastal area of French Guiana between the Cayenne and the Maroni Rivers.

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