Beck, Susanne (Dr.)

Dr. Beck held the position of the assistant professor at the LMU in Munich (summer semester 2015). In 2015 she became the curator of the Egyptian Collection of the University of Tuebingen, Germany.

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Becker, Johannes MA (MA)

Johannes Becker studied Classical Archaeology and Ancient History at the University of Freiburg. After his graduation, he became a PhD-student at Heidelberg University. Furthermore, he has been a research assistant at the Ruhr-University Bochum since 2012. His research interests lie in the Aegean and the interconnections within the Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age. Within the scope of his PhD-project, he studies the large-scale landscape paintings from Tell el-Dab’a.

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Beckerman, Sandra Mariët (Dr.)

Sandra Mariët Beckerman (1983) studied prehistory of northwestern Europe at Groningen university. During her masters she specialised in ceramic analysis and studied Neolithic assemblages of the Vlaardingen and Funnel Beaker Culture. From 2009 to 2014 she was part of the Odysee research project: “Unlocking Noord-Holland’s Late Neolithic Treasure Chest: Single Grave Culture behavioural variability in a tidal environment”.

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Beek, Roy van (Dr.)

Roy van Beek (1977) studied prehistoric archaeology at Leiden University. He worked two years with archaeological firm Archol BV. 2004-2009, Roy contucted a PhD research at Wageningen University. From November 2011 onward, he is employed as researcher at Leiden University, working on his ‘Veni’-research project Deconstructing stability. Modelling changing environmental conditions and man-land relations in the Pleistocene landscape of Twente (2850 – 12 BC). He is also a guest teacher in protohistoric archaeology at Ghent University (Belgium).

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Belt, Joke van de (Drs.)

Joke van de Belt (1961) completed her Master’s Degree in Religious Studies at the Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands) in 2008. With her fieldwork among the nuns of the Redna Menling Monastery, she strikes new paths in researching the women of the Bön religion. Van de Belt is now preparing a dissertation on the same subject and is working as a psychotherapist.

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Bence, Polly

Polly Bence has worked in the curatorial team in the Oceanic section of the Department of Africa, Oceania and the Americas, at the British Museum since 2011. Over the last five years as the Project Curator, Oceanic collections, she has been preparing the Oceanic collection for a move into the World Conservation and Exhibition Centre – a new onsite collections store facility in Bloomsbury.

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Bérard, Benoît (Dr.)

Benoît Bérard is currently an associate professor of Caribean Archaeology at the Université des Antilles et de la Guyane in Martinique campus where he is head of the history department and Vice-director of the “Archéologie industrielle, histoire et patrimoine de la Caraïbe” EA 929 laboratory.

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Beck, Susanne (Dr.)

Dr. Beck held the position of the assistant professor at the LMU in Munich (summer semester 2015). In 2015 she became the curator of the Egyptian Collection of the University of Tuebingen, Germany.

read more

Becker, Johannes MA (MA)

Johannes Becker studied Classical Archaeology and Ancient History at the University of Freiburg. After his graduation, he became a PhD-student at Heidelberg University. Furthermore, he has been a research assistant at the Ruhr-University Bochum since 2012. His research interests lie in the Aegean and the interconnections within the Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age. Within the scope of his PhD-project, he studies the large-scale landscape paintings from Tell el-Dab’a.

read more

Beckerman, Sandra Mariët (Dr.)

Sandra Mariët Beckerman (1983) studied prehistory of northwestern Europe at Groningen university. During her masters she specialised in ceramic analysis and studied Neolithic assemblages of the Vlaardingen and Funnel Beaker Culture. From 2009 to 2014 she was part of the Odysee research project: “Unlocking Noord-Holland’s Late Neolithic Treasure Chest: Single Grave Culture behavioural variability in a tidal environment”.

read more

Beek, Roy van (Dr.)

Roy van Beek (1977) studied prehistoric archaeology at Leiden University. He worked two years with archaeological firm Archol BV. 2004-2009, Roy contucted a PhD research at Wageningen University. From November 2011 onward, he is employed as researcher at Leiden University, working on his ‘Veni’-research project Deconstructing stability. Modelling changing environmental conditions and man-land relations in the Pleistocene landscape of Twente (2850 – 12 BC). He is also a guest teacher in protohistoric archaeology at Ghent University (Belgium).

read more

Belt, Joke van de (Drs.)

Joke van de Belt (1961) completed her Master’s Degree in Religious Studies at the Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands) in 2008. With her fieldwork among the nuns of the Redna Menling Monastery, she strikes new paths in researching the women of the Bön religion. Van de Belt is now preparing a dissertation on the same subject and is working as a psychotherapist.

read more

Bence, Polly

Polly Bence has worked in the curatorial team in the Oceanic section of the Department of Africa, Oceania and the Americas, at the British Museum since 2011. Over the last five years as the Project Curator, Oceanic collections, she has been preparing the Oceanic collection for a move into the World Conservation and Exhibition Centre – a new onsite collections store facility in Bloomsbury.

read more

Bérard, Benoît (Dr.)

Benoît Bérard is currently an associate professor of Caribean Archaeology at the Université des Antilles et de la Guyane in Martinique campus where he is head of the history department and Vice-director of the “Archéologie industrielle, histoire et patrimoine de la Caraïbe” EA 929 laboratory.

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