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Groningen Institute of Archaeology PhD Alumni

Introduction

Welcome to the Groningen Institute of Archaeology PhD Alumni page. This page will be a meeting place for alumni and current researchers to network and share information about events, upcoming excavations, job openings and career advice, and to stay in touch with the GIA community.

If you would like to make an announcement or to have an event posted on our News page, fill in the form, and submit it to the GIA Web Editor, Sarah Willemsen, at gia@rug.nl.

Name

Previous Research Group

PhD dissertation

Current Research position

Contact information
2015
Annet Nieuwhof Prehistory and Protohistory in Northwest Europe Eight human skulls in a dung heap and more: Ritual practice in the terp region of the northern Netherlands, 600 BC - AD 300 a.nieuwhof@rug.nl
Sandra Beckerman Prehistory and Protohistory in Northwest Europe Corded Ware Coastal communities, using ceramic analysis to rconstruct third millennium BC societies in the Netherlands sbeckerman@sp.nl
Tekke Terpstra Arctic and Antarctic Studies Inuit outside the Arctic. Migration, Identity and Perceptions t.k.terpstra@rug.nl
2014
Mans Schepers Prehistory and Protohistory in Northwest Europe Reconstructing vegetation diversity in coastal landscapes Postdoctoral Fellow at the GIA, Prehistory and Protohistory in Northwest Europe mans.schepers@rug.nl
Hendrik Feiken Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology

Dealing with biases : three geo-archaeological approaches to the hidden landscapes of Italy

h.feiken@gmail.com
Sarah Willemsen

Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology

Into the light : a study of the changing burial customs at Crustumerium in the 7th and 6th centuries BC

s.l.willemsen@rug.nl
2013
Izabel Devriendt Prehistory and Protohistory in Northwest Europe Swifterbant stones : the Neolithic stone and flint industry at Swifterbant (the Netherlands): from stone typology and flint technology to site function Manager Archeo Lithics izabel@unitedtelecom.
Frigga Kruse Arctic and Antarctic Studies Frozen assets. British mining, exploration, and geopolitics on Spitsbergen, 1904-53 Postdoctoral Fellow at the GIA Arctic Centre f.kruse@rug.nl
Johan Gustaf Mattias Thilderqvist Prehistory and Protohistory in Northwest Europe Ritual bones or common waste: a study of early medieval bone deposits in Northern Europe
Corien Wiersma Greek Archaeology Building the Bronze Age: architectural and social change on the Greek Mainland during Early Helladic III, Middle Helladic and Late Helladic I Postdoctoral Fellow at the GIA, Greek Archaeology c.w.wiersma@rug.nl
2012
Carmelo Colelli Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology Ceramico d'Impasto da Francavilla Marittima : ceramica grigia e altri produzioni ceramiche Circolazione di merci e modelli nella Sibaritide (e in Italia meridionale) nel'eta Ferro Independent researcher carmelocolelli@yahoo.it
Stefan Christiaan Elevelt Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology Subsistence and social stratification in Northern Ionic Calabria from the Middle Bronze Age until the Early Iron Age : the archaeozoological evidence Independent researcher stefanelevelt@gmail.com
Gijs Tol Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology A fragmented history: a methodological and artefactual approach to the study of ancient settlement in the territories of Satricum and Antium Postdoctoral Fellow at the GIA, Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology g.w.tol@rug.nl
2011
Tymon de Haas Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology Fields, farms and colonists : intensive field survey and early Roman colonization in the Pontine region, central Italy Postdoctoral Fellow at the GIA, Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology t.c.a.de.Haas@rug.nl
Ricardo Mariano Roura Arctic and Antarctic Studies The footprint of polar tourism: tourist behaviour at cultural heritage sites in Antarctica and Svalbard
2010
Daniël Augustinus Gerrets Prehistory and Protohistory in Northwest Europe Op de grens van land en water: dynamiek van landschap en samenleving in Frisia gedurende de Romeinse tijd en de Volksverhuizingstijd
Jessica Marije Grimm Prehistory and Protohistory in Northwest Europe Animal keeping and the use of animal products in medieval Emden (Lower Saxony, Germany) Independent Researcher
Margriet Janine Haagsma Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology Domestic economy and social organization in New Halos Associate Professor, University of Alberta, Department of History and Classics margriet.haagsma@ualbe
Elisabeth van ‘t Lindenhout Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology Bouwen in Latium in de archaische periode Lecturer archaeology and Honours college Faculty of Arts, researcher archaeology, study advisor, GIA e.van.t.lindenhout@rug.nl
Bjoern Ivar Smit Prehistory and Protohistory in Northwest Europe Valuable flints: research strategies for the study of early prehistoric remains from the pleistocene soils of the Northern Netherlands
2009
Luca Alessandri Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology

Il Lazio centromeridionale nelle età del Bronzo e del Ferro

Independent researcher l.alessandri@gmail.com

Steven Ernst Hijmans

Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology

Sol: the sun in the art and religions of Rome

Associate Professor, University of Alberta, Department of History and Classics

shijmans@ualberta.ca
Laatst gewijzigd:29 oktober 2015 12:00