Dr. Hans Peeters
Hans Peeters is associate professor at the Groningen Institute of Archaeology, University of Groningen. He obtained his PhD from the University of Amsterdam. As a specialist in the archaeology of hunter-gatherers and early farmers, he worked at the Dutch Cultural Heritage Agency from 1997 till 2009, and was involved in various projects, notably in Flevoland. In his work, he focusses on the relationship between landscape dynamics and hunter-gatherer behaviour.
Furthermore he is a specialist in lithic technology. He has a long-standing involvement in the prehistoric archaeology of the North Sea (Doggerland). Currently, he is the principal investigator of an interdisciplinary project funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), Resurfacing Doggerland. Environment, humans and material culture in a drowning postglacial landscape. Hans Peeters has published widely on hunter-gatherer archaeology, computational modelling, as well as on-land and offshore heritage management.
Bailey, G., N. Galanidou, H. Peeters, H. Jöns & M. Menninga (eds) (2020). The archaeology of Europe’s drowned landscapes. Dordrecht, Springer (Coastal Research Library 35).
Brouwer Burg, M., H. Peeters & W. Lovis (eds) (2016). Uncertainty and sensitivity analysis in archaeological computational modeling. Springer, New York (Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology).
Peeters, J.H.M. (2007): Hoge Vaart-A27 in context: towards a model of Mesolithic-Neolithic land-use dynamics as a framework for archaeological heritage management. Amersfoort (PhD dissertation, University of Amsterdam).
Peeters, J.H.M., D.C.M. Raemaekers, I.I.J.A.L.M. Devriendt, P.W. Hoebe, M.J.L.Th. Niekus, G.R. Nobles & M. Schepers (2017). Paradise Lost? Insights into the early prehistory of the Netherlands from development-led archaeology. Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed (Nederlandse Archeologische Rapporten 62), Amersfoort.
Peeters, J.H.M., L.W.S.W. Amkreutz, K.M. Cohen & M.P. Hijma (2019). North Sea Prehistory Research and Management Framework (NSPRMF) 2019. Retuning the research and management agenda for prehistoric landscapes and archaeology in the Dutch sector of the continental shelf. Amersfoort, Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed (Nederlandse Archeologische Rapporten 63).
External link: Hans Peeters's Academia.edu profile
Books by Hans Peeters
Resurfacing the submerged past
Prehistoric archaeology and landscapes of the Flevoland Polders, the Netherlands
Edited by Hans Peeters, Laura Kooistra, Daan Raemaekers, Bjørn Smit & Karen Waugh † | Forthcoming
The Netherlands are internationally renowned for the archaeology of its wetland environments. The reclamation of the Flevoland Polders in the early half of the 20th century not only exposed hundreds of shipwrecks, but also remnants…