Tilley, Chris (Prof. dr.)

Chris Tilley is Professor of Anthropology at University College London (UCL). He has directed archaeological projects in Britain and has written widely on many topics including archaeological theory and phenomenology, for which he is known internationally. His books include A Phenomenology of Landscape, Metaphor and Material Culture, An Anthropology of Landscape and The Materiality of Stone.

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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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Van den Bercken, Ben MA (MA)

Ben van den Bercken is an archaeologist and former assistant-curator Engraved Gems at the National Museum of Antiquities, Leiden. His work on the collection of engraved gems include contributions to the collection’s history, Egyptian scarabs and cylinders seals. As an archaeologist he is working at excavations in Alexandria, Egypt.

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Van den Broeke, Peter (Dr.)

After studying Cultural Prehistory at Leiden University, Peter van den Broeke (Vlaardingen 1952) specialized on late prehistoric pottery of the southern Netherlands. The handmade pottery from Oss-Ussen turned out to be a research subject for many years, when combined with, for instance, co-editing and co-writing Nederland in de prehistorie / The Prehistory of the Netherlands (2005). In 2012 the publication about the pottery from Oss-Ussen was accepted as a PhD thesis. Since 1997 the author is working as a senior archaeologist for the municipality of Nijmegen.

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Van der Berg, Belia (Dr.)

Belia van den Berg heeft zich gespecialiseerd in gedrag en dynamiek in teams, met name in innovatieve omgevingen. Vanuit Genius Groups en Oceantree adviseert zij organisaties en teams. Eerder werkte zij als adviseur en business unit manager bij een groot adviesbureau. Zij is coauteur van ‘IMPACT’, een boek over Large Scale Interventions. Haar proefschrift, ‘Net het echte leven’ gaat over teamdynamiek.

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Tilley, Chris (Prof. dr.)

Chris Tilley is Professor of Anthropology at University College London (UCL). He has directed archaeological projects in Britain and has written widely on many topics including archaeological theory and phenomenology, for which he is known internationally. His books include A Phenomenology of Landscape, Metaphor and Material Culture, An Anthropology of Landscape and The Materiality of Stone.

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.

read more

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.

read more

Van den Bercken, Ben MA (MA)

Ben van den Bercken is an archaeologist and former assistant-curator Engraved Gems at the National Museum of Antiquities, Leiden. His work on the collection of engraved gems include contributions to the collection’s history, Egyptian scarabs and cylinders seals. As an archaeologist he is working at excavations in Alexandria, Egypt.

read more

Van den Broeke, Peter (Dr.)

After studying Cultural Prehistory at Leiden University, Peter van den Broeke (Vlaardingen 1952) specialized on late prehistoric pottery of the southern Netherlands. The handmade pottery from Oss-Ussen turned out to be a research subject for many years, when combined with, for instance, co-editing and co-writing Nederland in de prehistorie / The Prehistory of the Netherlands (2005). In 2012 the publication about the pottery from Oss-Ussen was accepted as a PhD thesis. Since 1997 the author is working as a senior archaeologist for the municipality of Nijmegen.

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Van der Berg, Belia (Dr.)

Belia van den Berg heeft zich gespecialiseerd in gedrag en dynamiek in teams, met name in innovatieve omgevingen. Vanuit Genius Groups en Oceantree adviseert zij organisaties en teams. Eerder werkte zij als adviseur en business unit manager bij een groot adviesbureau. Zij is coauteur van ‘IMPACT’, een boek over Large Scale Interventions. Haar proefschrift, ‘Net het echte leven’ gaat over teamdynamiek.

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