Van Hulle, Dirk (Prof. dr.)

Dirk van Hulle, professor of English literature at the University of Antwerp and director of the Centre for Manuscript Genetics, recently edited the new Cambridge Companion to Samuel Beckett (2015). With Mark Nixon, he is co-director of the Beckett Digital Manuscript Project (www.beckettarchive.org) and editor-in-chief of the Journal of Beckett Studies.

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Van Kolfschoten, Thijs (Prof dr.)

Thijs van Kolfschoten (1952) is professor in mammalian palaeo- and archaeozoology and Quaternary biostratigraphy. He studied Geology and Biology and obtained his Ph.D. in Palaeontology, at the Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Utrecht (The Netherlands). After a research position at the Institute of Palaeontology, University of Bonn (Germany) he moved in 1992 to the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University.

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Van Oosten, Roos (Dr.)

Roos van Oosten is universitair docent stadsarcheologie aan de Universiteit Leiden. Naast het verzorgen van onderwijs verricht zij momenteel onderzoek in het kader van haar Veni-project ‘Challenging the paradigm of filthy and unhealthy medieval towns’.

Roos van Oosten began her academic career studying medieval history after which she began her archaeological degree that culminated in a thesis on urban archaeology. Her PhD dissertation at the University of Groningen focused on sanitation management, which she successfully defended in 2014. In 2011 she was appointed as university lecturer in urban archaeology at Leiden University.

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Van Reybrouck, David (Dr.)

David Van Reybrouck read archaeology and philosophy at the universities of Leuven and Cambridge and holds a doctorate from Leiden. He was a visiting scholar in Barcelona and Paris and a postdoctoral research fellow in the history department of Leuven. Currenly Van Reybrouck is a highly successful writer (winner AKO Award for Literature and Libris History Award), playwright, poet and columnist.

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Van Santen, Hans (Dr.)

After studying Indo-Iranian languages at Leiden University Hans van Santen wrote his Ph.D. in 1982 on the Dutch East India Company in Gujarat and Hindustan, 1620-1660. After finishing his Ph.D. he joined the foreign service of the Netherlands and served as a diplomat in Saudi-Arabia, Belgium, India and Thailand. During his posting in India he wrote a biography of a VOC employee Geleynssen de Jongh as well as several articles on the Dutch East India Company in India and in Thailand.

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Van Schaik, Henk (Ir.)

Over 40 years Henk van Schaik has built up professional experience in water covering the areas of water supply, waste water collection and treatment, water resources management, water and climate, water and heritage, water diplomacy, water and transparency.

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Van Zijverden, Wilko (Drs.)

Wilko van Zijverden received his master’s degree in Quaternary geology (1991). The subject of the Master’s thesis was a reconstruction of the Late Weichselian landscape of the Bommelerwaard in the central river area of the Netherlands. In august 1997 he received his master’s degree in ecological archaeology. In august 2011 he was part-time posted at Leiden University for a period of five years in the project “Farmers of the Coast”.

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Van Hulle, Dirk (Prof. dr.)

Dirk van Hulle, professor of English literature at the University of Antwerp and director of the Centre for Manuscript Genetics, recently edited the new Cambridge Companion to Samuel Beckett (2015). With Mark Nixon, he is co-director of the Beckett Digital Manuscript Project (www.beckettarchive.org) and editor-in-chief of the Journal of Beckett Studies.

read more

Van Kolfschoten, Thijs (Prof dr.)

Thijs van Kolfschoten (1952) is professor in mammalian palaeo- and archaeozoology and Quaternary biostratigraphy. He studied Geology and Biology and obtained his Ph.D. in Palaeontology, at the Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Utrecht (The Netherlands). After a research position at the Institute of Palaeontology, University of Bonn (Germany) he moved in 1992 to the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University.

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Van Oosten, Roos (Dr.)

Roos van Oosten is universitair docent stadsarcheologie aan de Universiteit Leiden. Naast het verzorgen van onderwijs verricht zij momenteel onderzoek in het kader van haar Veni-project ‘Challenging the paradigm of filthy and unhealthy medieval towns’.

Roos van Oosten began her academic career studying medieval history after which she began her archaeological degree that culminated in a thesis on urban archaeology. Her PhD dissertation at the University of Groningen focused on sanitation management, which she successfully defended in 2014. In 2011 she was appointed as university lecturer in urban archaeology at Leiden University.

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Van Reybrouck, David (Dr.)

David Van Reybrouck read archaeology and philosophy at the universities of Leuven and Cambridge and holds a doctorate from Leiden. He was a visiting scholar in Barcelona and Paris and a postdoctoral research fellow in the history department of Leuven. Currenly Van Reybrouck is a highly successful writer (winner AKO Award for Literature and Libris History Award), playwright, poet and columnist.

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Van Santen, Hans (Dr.)

After studying Indo-Iranian languages at Leiden University Hans van Santen wrote his Ph.D. in 1982 on the Dutch East India Company in Gujarat and Hindustan, 1620-1660. After finishing his Ph.D. he joined the foreign service of the Netherlands and served as a diplomat in Saudi-Arabia, Belgium, India and Thailand. During his posting in India he wrote a biography of a VOC employee Geleynssen de Jongh as well as several articles on the Dutch East India Company in India and in Thailand.

read more

Van Schaik, Henk (Ir.)

Over 40 years Henk van Schaik has built up professional experience in water covering the areas of water supply, waste water collection and treatment, water resources management, water and climate, water and heritage, water diplomacy, water and transparency.

read more

Van Zijverden, Wilko (Drs.)

Wilko van Zijverden received his master’s degree in Quaternary geology (1991). The subject of the Master’s thesis was a reconstruction of the Late Weichselian landscape of the Bommelerwaard in the central river area of the Netherlands. In august 1997 he received his master’s degree in ecological archaeology. In august 2011 he was part-time posted at Leiden University for a period of five years in the project “Farmers of the Coast”.

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