West, Richard (Prof. Dr.)

Richard West was awarded his PhD in 1954, shortly after he was elected a Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge. Richard become a lecturer in the Department of Botany in 1960, in 1966 he became Director of the Subdepartment, and Head of the Department of Botany in 1977. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1968 and has been awarded many medals and prizes, including the Lyell and Bigsby medals of the Geological Society and the Albrecht Penck medal of the Deutsche Quartarvereiningung. Richard retired in 1991.

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Wijk, Ivo, van, (Drs.)

Ivo van Wijk (1975) studied Prehistory at the University of Leiden. In 2002 he graduated with a study of the excavations of two settlements of the earliest farmers in the Netherlands (Linearbandkeramik). Apart from excavating he is involved in a variety of projects concerning the broader aspects of archaeology such as community participation, producing documentaries, involvement in exhibitions, organizing symposia and giving lectures.

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Wilkinson, Toby C. (Dr.)

Toby C. Wilkinson is currently a TÜBITAK postdoctoral research fellow at the Department of Archaeology, Istanbul University, Turkey (2013-2014). He studied anthropology and archaeology at the University of Oxford, University College London and the Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield. He has also worked for the Pitt Rivers Museum and Dept. of Continuing Education in Oxford and has held research scholarships from the British Institute at Ankara (BIAA) and Koç University’s Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations (RCAC).

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Willems, Willem J.H. (Prof. Dr.)

Willem J.H. Willems (1950-2014) was professor of archaeological heritage at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands. Previously he was Dean of the Faculty, after a career at the State Antiquities Service where he became director and Chief Archaeologist of the Netherlands.

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Wingfield, Chris

Chris Wingfield is Senior Curator (Archaeology) at the Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, University of Cambridge. He has a particular interest in the museum and collections of the London Missionary Society. He has previously worked on a number of research projects at the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford and as a curator at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.

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Wossink, Arne (Dr.)

Arne Wossink studied Archaeology of the Ancient Near East at Leiden University. In 2009 he received his PhD on a thesis entitled Challenging climate change. Competition and cooperation among pastoralists and agriculturalists in northern Mesopotamia (c. 3000-1600 BC). In the same year, the Dutch Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded a Rubicon grant to Arne Wossink for his research proposal A bird’s eye view: analyzing the effects of modern development on the archaeology of the Shahrazur Valley, Iraq.

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Zadoks, Jan C., (Prof. (em.) dr.)

Jan C. Zadoks, born in Amsterdam, 1929, studied biology at the University of Amsterdam, graduating in 1957. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Amsterdam in 1961, with honours, and joined the Wageningen Agricultural University as a plant pathologist. He developed various courses in the area of plant disease epidemiology.

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West, Richard (Prof. Dr.)

Richard West was awarded his PhD in 1954, shortly after he was elected a Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge. Richard become a lecturer in the Department of Botany in 1960, in 1966 he became Director of the Subdepartment, and Head of the Department of Botany in 1977. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1968 and has been awarded many medals and prizes, including the Lyell and Bigsby medals of the Geological Society and the Albrecht Penck medal of the Deutsche Quartarvereiningung. Richard retired in 1991.

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Wijk, Ivo, van, (Drs.)

Ivo van Wijk (1975) studied Prehistory at the University of Leiden. In 2002 he graduated with a study of the excavations of two settlements of the earliest farmers in the Netherlands (Linearbandkeramik). Apart from excavating he is involved in a variety of projects concerning the broader aspects of archaeology such as community participation, producing documentaries, involvement in exhibitions, organizing symposia and giving lectures.

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Wilkinson, Toby C. (Dr.)

Toby C. Wilkinson is currently a TÜBITAK postdoctoral research fellow at the Department of Archaeology, Istanbul University, Turkey (2013-2014). He studied anthropology and archaeology at the University of Oxford, University College London and the Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield. He has also worked for the Pitt Rivers Museum and Dept. of Continuing Education in Oxford and has held research scholarships from the British Institute at Ankara (BIAA) and Koç University’s Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations (RCAC).

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Willems, Willem J.H. (Prof. Dr.)

Willem J.H. Willems (1950-2014) was professor of archaeological heritage at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands. Previously he was Dean of the Faculty, after a career at the State Antiquities Service where he became director and Chief Archaeologist of the Netherlands.

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Wingfield, Chris

Chris Wingfield is Senior Curator (Archaeology) at the Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, University of Cambridge. He has a particular interest in the museum and collections of the London Missionary Society. He has previously worked on a number of research projects at the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford and as a curator at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.

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Wossink, Arne (Dr.)

Arne Wossink studied Archaeology of the Ancient Near East at Leiden University. In 2009 he received his PhD on a thesis entitled Challenging climate change. Competition and cooperation among pastoralists and agriculturalists in northern Mesopotamia (c. 3000-1600 BC). In the same year, the Dutch Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded a Rubicon grant to Arne Wossink for his research proposal A bird’s eye view: analyzing the effects of modern development on the archaeology of the Shahrazur Valley, Iraq.

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Zadoks, Jan C., (Prof. (em.) dr.)

Jan C. Zadoks, born in Amsterdam, 1929, studied biology at the University of Amsterdam, graduating in 1957. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Amsterdam in 1961, with honours, and joined the Wageningen Agricultural University as a plant pathologist. He developed various courses in the area of plant disease epidemiology.

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