Bosman, Arjen V.A.J. (Dr.)

Na een assistentschap bij de Universiteit van Amsterdam, afgesloten met zijn promotie in 1997 over het Romeinse fort Velsen 1, was Arjen Bosman (1963) voor de Gemeente Velsen museumconservator, en later plaatsvervangend provinciaal archeoloog in Overijssel en Gelderland bij de Rijksdienst voor het Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek.

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Bourgeois, Quentin (Dr.)

Quentin performed his PhD study within the research project Ancestral Mounds.In his research he dealt with groups of barrows and their position within the landscape. Through extensive GIS-analyses he attempted to shed some light on the choice of location for the placement of the burial monuments. Why were they placed there, what could be seen from that location, and how did this develop through time?

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Bouwmeester, Jeroen (Drs.)

Jeroen Bouwmeester werkt sinds 2009 als senior onderzoeker middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne stad bij de Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed. Hij is afgestudeerd in de Archeologie van Noordwest-Europa aan de Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Since 2009, Jeroen Bouwmeester has been employed by the Cultural Heritage Agency as a senior researcher of medieval and early-modern cities. He studied the archaeology of Northwest Europe at VU University in Amsterdam.

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Brigand, Robin (Dr.)

Robin Brigand received a Ph.D. in Archaeology from the Universities of Franche-Comté (Besançon, France) and Padua (Italia). He is currently a post-doctorate researcher at UMR 8215 Trajectoires and UMR 7218 LAVUE (Paris, France). His studies on the spatial impact of former societies focus – using various scales – on site systems and their environments, settlement patterns, raw material acquisition and distribution, landscape dynamics, etc.

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Bright, Alistair (Dr.)

Bright received his Ph.D. in Caribbean archaeology. His research interests lie in Amerindian history from pre-Colonial to Colonial times. He has extensive undergraduate and graduate teaching experience, from general overview courses to specialised thematic research seminars.

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Brinkgreve, Francine (Dr.)

Francine Brinkgreve is curator for the Insular Southeast Asia collection at the National Museum of World Cultures, which includes Museum Volkenkunde in Leiden and the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam. During her study Cultural Anthropology at Leiden University, she specialized in the cultures of Indonesia.

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Broek, Gerard J. van den

Gerard J. van den Broek is an anthropologist/semiotician. He is currently working as Head Knowledge & Strategy of the Home Office. His principle research interests include the semiotics of classification systems, material culture as an entrance to man’s cognition, hunting and fishing ritual and mythology, and the anthropology of Rousseau and the philosophy of Enlightenment.

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Bosman, Arjen V.A.J. (Dr.)

Na een assistentschap bij de Universiteit van Amsterdam, afgesloten met zijn promotie in 1997 over het Romeinse fort Velsen 1, was Arjen Bosman (1963) voor de Gemeente Velsen museumconservator, en later plaatsvervangend provinciaal archeoloog in Overijssel en Gelderland bij de Rijksdienst voor het Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek.

read more

Bourgeois, Quentin (Dr.)

Quentin performed his PhD study within the research project Ancestral Mounds.In his research he dealt with groups of barrows and their position within the landscape. Through extensive GIS-analyses he attempted to shed some light on the choice of location for the placement of the burial monuments. Why were they placed there, what could be seen from that location, and how did this develop through time?

read more

Bouwmeester, Jeroen (Drs.)

Jeroen Bouwmeester werkt sinds 2009 als senior onderzoeker middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne stad bij de Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed. Hij is afgestudeerd in de Archeologie van Noordwest-Europa aan de Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Since 2009, Jeroen Bouwmeester has been employed by the Cultural Heritage Agency as a senior researcher of medieval and early-modern cities. He studied the archaeology of Northwest Europe at VU University in Amsterdam.

read more

Brigand, Robin (Dr.)

Robin Brigand received a Ph.D. in Archaeology from the Universities of Franche-Comté (Besançon, France) and Padua (Italia). He is currently a post-doctorate researcher at UMR 8215 Trajectoires and UMR 7218 LAVUE (Paris, France). His studies on the spatial impact of former societies focus – using various scales – on site systems and their environments, settlement patterns, raw material acquisition and distribution, landscape dynamics, etc.

read more

Bright, Alistair (Dr.)

Bright received his Ph.D. in Caribbean archaeology. His research interests lie in Amerindian history from pre-Colonial to Colonial times. He has extensive undergraduate and graduate teaching experience, from general overview courses to specialised thematic research seminars.

read more

Brinkgreve, Francine (Dr.)

Francine Brinkgreve is curator for the Insular Southeast Asia collection at the National Museum of World Cultures, which includes Museum Volkenkunde in Leiden and the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam. During her study Cultural Anthropology at Leiden University, she specialized in the cultures of Indonesia.

read more

Broek, Gerard J. van den

Gerard J. van den Broek is an anthropologist/semiotician. He is currently working as Head Knowledge & Strategy of the Home Office. His principle research interests include the semiotics of classification systems, material culture as an entrance to man’s cognition, hunting and fishing ritual and mythology, and the anthropology of Rousseau and the philosophy of Enlightenment.

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