Besemer, Sytske (Dr.)

Sytske Besemer studied psychology and criminology at Leiden University and at the VU University Amsterdam before embarking on a PhD at the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge, UK. She now works as criminal justice researcher in the Trust and Safety Team at Uber Technologies in San Francisco.

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Besuijen, Guus MA (MA)

Guus Besuijen studied archaeology at Leiden University. He graduated in 2009 with his MA thesis RODANUM – A Study of the Roman Settlement at Aardenburg and its Metal Finds. He is currently employed at Hazenberg Archeologie, a Dutch archaeological company.

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Beuker, Jaap

Beuker is ‘Conservator Archeologie’ bij het Drents Museum te Assen en voerde als moderne vuursteensmid experimenteel archeologisch onderzoek uit naar de bewerking van vuursteen en het gebruik van vuurstenen werktuigen.

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Beurden, Jos van (Dr.)

Jos van Beurden was born in 1946 in the Netherlands. After obtaining his gymnasium diploma, he graduated in 1970 in law. His main subjects were philosophy of law (Utrecht University) and conflict studies (Groningen University). His focus was on the inequality between the (then so-called) Third World and the Western world.

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Bielmann, Chantal (Dr.)

Chantal Bielmann is Postgraduate Researcher Development Adviser at the University of Leicester. Her research interests include religious landscapes, including monastic archaeology, as well as alpine culture and archaeology. Chantal is currently working on a project looking at building techniques and architecture of medieval churches in Ticino, Switzerland.

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Bis-Worch, Christiane MA (MA)

Specialized in medieval and post-medieval archaeology, Christiane Bis-Worch (1966) is curator of the department for medieval and post-medieval archaeology at the Centre national de recherché archéologique (CNRA) since 2004. Her missions include, among others, the archaeological investigations on site and the dispatching of the obtained scientific results in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.

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Bistáková, Alena

Alena Bistáková is Researcher at the Archaeological Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Nitra. Her main interests are material culture studies, settlement structures and burial rite of Neolithic and Copper Age periods in Central Europe. She has conducted archaeological fieldwork in Slovakia. She has worked on projects in Central Europe, covering the Neolithic to the Bronze Age and archaeological practices and knowledge work in the digital environment. She is part of the Vráble project since 2018.

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Besemer, Sytske (Dr.)

Sytske Besemer studied psychology and criminology at Leiden University and at the VU University Amsterdam before embarking on a PhD at the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge, UK. She now works as criminal justice researcher in the Trust and Safety Team at Uber Technologies in San Francisco.

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Besuijen, Guus MA (MA)

Guus Besuijen studied archaeology at Leiden University. He graduated in 2009 with his MA thesis RODANUM – A Study of the Roman Settlement at Aardenburg and its Metal Finds. He is currently employed at Hazenberg Archeologie, a Dutch archaeological company.

read more

Beuker, Jaap

Beuker is ‘Conservator Archeologie’ bij het Drents Museum te Assen en voerde als moderne vuursteensmid experimenteel archeologisch onderzoek uit naar de bewerking van vuursteen en het gebruik van vuurstenen werktuigen.

read more

Beurden, Jos van (Dr.)

Jos van Beurden was born in 1946 in the Netherlands. After obtaining his gymnasium diploma, he graduated in 1970 in law. His main subjects were philosophy of law (Utrecht University) and conflict studies (Groningen University). His focus was on the inequality between the (then so-called) Third World and the Western world.

read more

Bielmann, Chantal (Dr.)

Chantal Bielmann is Postgraduate Researcher Development Adviser at the University of Leicester. Her research interests include religious landscapes, including monastic archaeology, as well as alpine culture and archaeology. Chantal is currently working on a project looking at building techniques and architecture of medieval churches in Ticino, Switzerland.

read more

Bis-Worch, Christiane MA (MA)

Specialized in medieval and post-medieval archaeology, Christiane Bis-Worch (1966) is curator of the department for medieval and post-medieval archaeology at the Centre national de recherché archéologique (CNRA) since 2004. Her missions include, among others, the archaeological investigations on site and the dispatching of the obtained scientific results in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.

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Bistáková, Alena

Alena Bistáková is Researcher at the Archaeological Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Nitra. Her main interests are material culture studies, settlement structures and burial rite of Neolithic and Copper Age periods in Central Europe. She has conducted archaeological fieldwork in Slovakia. She has worked on projects in Central Europe, covering the Neolithic to the Bronze Age and archaeological practices and knowledge work in the digital environment. She is part of the Vráble project since 2018.

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