Veys, Fanny Wonu (Dr.)

Fanny Wonu Veys is curator Oceania at the National Museum of World Cultures, a Dutch umbrella organization comprising the Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam; Museum Volkenkunde, Leiden; the Afrika Museum, Berg en Dal; and the Wereldmuseum, Rotterdam. She has previously worked at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge (UK) (2004–2006, 2008–2009) and has held postdoctoral fellowships at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) (2006–2007) and at the Musée du Quai Branly (Paris) (2007–2008).

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Vikatou, Irene M.Sc. (M.Sc.)

Irene Vikatou is assisting Prof. dr. Ann Brysbaert with her research on the SETinSTONE project at the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University (NL). She studied Biology at the University of Athens and completed an M.Sc. in Osteoarchaeology and Funerary Archaeology at Leiden University in 2013. She specializes in the analysis of human skeletal remains from archaeological excavations, focusing on pathological lesions caused by external factors, such as trauma and strenuous physical activity.

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Vis, Benjamin N. Mphil (Mphil)

Benjamin Vis studied archaeology at Leiden University. He is currently PhD student at the University of Leeds. His research Pushing the Limits: urban constants of contestation aims to contribute to the understanding of the development of the (physically built) spatial organisation of the urban landscape from a constitutive social perspective.

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Volker, Leentje (Dr.)

Leentje Volker (Arnhem, 1978) studied Techniek en Maatschappij (Technology and Society) at the department of Technology Management at Eindhoven University of Technology. In November 2002 she graduated with distinction in Human Technology Interaction at the TU/e. In 2005 she joined the group of Design and Construction Management of the department of Real Estate and Housing (Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology) to start her PhD project on architect selection in the context of EU tendering regulations.

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von Rüden, Constance (Jun. Prof. Dr.)

Constance von Rüden is currently junior professor for Prehistory at the Ruhr-University Bochum with a special focus on Mediterranean prehistory and theory. Previously she held post-doc positions at the German Archaeological Institute in Athens, at the Centre for Mediterranean Studies at Bochum and at Heidelberg University.

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Wagemakers, Bart (Drs.)

Bart Wagemakers is werkzaam als docent en onderzoeker bij Instituut Archimedes, de lerarenopleiding van de Hogeschool Utrecht. Daarnaast is hij coördinator van het Non-Professional Archaeological Photographs project (www.npaph.com) en curator van The Leo Boer Archive.

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Wagenaar, Lodewijk (Dr.)

Lodewijk Wagenaar received his PhD in Leiden (1994) on a study of the Dutch Period history of Sri Lanka. As curator of the Amsterdam Museum he was involved in the exhibition of the 18th-century history of Amsterdam, in which he included the history of Surinam and slavery. He was also involved in the 2005 exhibition on Sugar in the 17th and 18th century with special attention to the consumption of sugar in the Netherlands and its production in the West and East Dutch Indies.

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Veys, Fanny Wonu (Dr.)

Fanny Wonu Veys is curator Oceania at the National Museum of World Cultures, a Dutch umbrella organization comprising the Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam; Museum Volkenkunde, Leiden; the Afrika Museum, Berg en Dal; and the Wereldmuseum, Rotterdam. She has previously worked at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge (UK) (2004–2006, 2008–2009) and has held postdoctoral fellowships at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) (2006–2007) and at the Musée du Quai Branly (Paris) (2007–2008).

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Vikatou, Irene M.Sc. (M.Sc.)

Irene Vikatou is assisting Prof. dr. Ann Brysbaert with her research on the SETinSTONE project at the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University (NL). She studied Biology at the University of Athens and completed an M.Sc. in Osteoarchaeology and Funerary Archaeology at Leiden University in 2013. She specializes in the analysis of human skeletal remains from archaeological excavations, focusing on pathological lesions caused by external factors, such as trauma and strenuous physical activity.

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Vis, Benjamin N. Mphil (Mphil)

Benjamin Vis studied archaeology at Leiden University. He is currently PhD student at the University of Leeds. His research Pushing the Limits: urban constants of contestation aims to contribute to the understanding of the development of the (physically built) spatial organisation of the urban landscape from a constitutive social perspective.

read more

Volker, Leentje (Dr.)

Leentje Volker (Arnhem, 1978) studied Techniek en Maatschappij (Technology and Society) at the department of Technology Management at Eindhoven University of Technology. In November 2002 she graduated with distinction in Human Technology Interaction at the TU/e. In 2005 she joined the group of Design and Construction Management of the department of Real Estate and Housing (Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology) to start her PhD project on architect selection in the context of EU tendering regulations.

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von Rüden, Constance (Jun. Prof. Dr.)

Constance von Rüden is currently junior professor for Prehistory at the Ruhr-University Bochum with a special focus on Mediterranean prehistory and theory. Previously she held post-doc positions at the German Archaeological Institute in Athens, at the Centre for Mediterranean Studies at Bochum and at Heidelberg University.

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Wagemakers, Bart (Drs.)

Bart Wagemakers is werkzaam als docent en onderzoeker bij Instituut Archimedes, de lerarenopleiding van de Hogeschool Utrecht. Daarnaast is hij coördinator van het Non-Professional Archaeological Photographs project (www.npaph.com) en curator van The Leo Boer Archive.

read more

Wagenaar, Lodewijk (Dr.)

Lodewijk Wagenaar received his PhD in Leiden (1994) on a study of the Dutch Period history of Sri Lanka. As curator of the Amsterdam Museum he was involved in the exhibition of the 18th-century history of Amsterdam, in which he included the history of Surinam and slavery. He was also involved in the 2005 exhibition on Sugar in the 17th and 18th century with special attention to the consumption of sugar in the Netherlands and its production in the West and East Dutch Indies.

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