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T.C.A. (Tymon) de Haas, PhD

Assistant Professor
T.C.A. (Tymon) de Haas, PhD
Telephone:
or:
+31 6 1532 1967 (mobile)
E-mail:
tymon.de.haas rug.nl

I obtained my University Teaching Qualification in 2014 and now have more than ten years of teaching experience at the Universities of Groningen, Cologne and Leiden (teaching in Dutch, English and German). My teaching portfolio ranges from individual tutoring of postgraduate students via interdisciplinary seminars for history, classics and archaeology students to general archaeology courses for large groups of students. I have developed courses at all levels from BA1 to RMA, on general subjects (History and Theory of Archaeology), skills-oriented (GIS practical) and thematic (landscape archaeology, early Roman Imperialism). I have enjoyed supervising dozens of students during field schools, internships and the writing of BA, MA and PhD theses.

In my teaching I strive to combine the transfer of knowledge and skills with fostering an inquisitive and critical attitude. Where possible I link teaching and research, and train students to creatively translate theories and research questions into suitable archaeological approaches, using appropriate data sources. I am an enthusiastic teacher that creates a well-structured but open class environment and uses activating learning strategies – from classroom quizzes and group assignments to peer-reviewing of oral presentations.

I currently teach the following courses:

  • Roman Archaeology: an introduction (BA1)
  • The Archaeology of Italy and the Roman World (BA2)
  • BA-thesis tutorial
  • Regional Synthesis (MA)
  • RMA tutorial class

I have previously taught:

BA1

History and Theory of Archaeology (RUG)

2007,09,11

-

 

Archeologische Vaardigheden (RUG)

2010/11

-

BA 2/3

Villa’s en Boeren in Romeins Italië (RUG)

2007,09, 13, 15

-

 

Regionale Archeologie II (RUG)

2014/15

-

 

GIS voor Archeologen (RUG)

2015

-

 

Archaeological Projects - Mediterranean (UL)

2018

7,0 out of 10 / 4,1 out of 5

 

Archaeology of the Mediterranean (UL)

2018

2019

2020

7,2 out of 10 / 4,4 out of 5

7,3 out of 10 / 4,2 out of 5

8,3 out of 10 / 4,7 out of 5

 

Archaeology of the Roman Empire (RUG)

2021

-

 

Complex Societies (UL)

2019

6,1 out of 10 / 3,4 out of 5

 

Imperial Powers, Global Cultures (UL)

2018

2019

2020

6,3 out of 10 / 3,8 out of 5

6,7 out of 10 / 3,6 out of 5

 

Online internships (UL)

2020/21

3 completed

 

Fieldwork internships (RUG, UL)

Since 2001

>25 supervised

 

BA theses (RUG, UL)

 

>10 completed

 

Material Culture Studies (UL)

2018

-/ 3,7 out of 5

 

Landscape Archaeology Projects (UL)

2019, 2020

-

MA

'Landscape Archaeology': Methoden, Aussagepotenziale, Fallbeispiele (UzK)

2017

9,2 out of 10 / -

 

Stadt und Landschaft. Zur Siedlungs- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte Italiens (UzK)

2018

 

 

Conflict en Co-existentie, Grieken rond de Zwarte Zee (RUG)

2010

 

 

Mediterrane Landschapsarcheologie (RUG)

2015

 

 

Advanced Modeling in GIS – practice (RUG)

2014, 15

 

 

Advanced Modeling in GIS – theory (RUG)

2014,15

 

MA/RMA

(Advanced) archaeology of early Roman Imperialism (UL)

2018

2019

2020

6,7 out of 10 / 3,6 out of 5

7,6 out of 10 / 4,4 out of 5

8,7 out of 10 / 4,7 out of 5

 

Regional Synthesis (RUG)

2021

 

 

MA research tutorials

 

7 completed

 

MA theses

 

2 completed

 

RMA theses

 

3 completed

PhD

Supervision of 8 PhDs (Manuel Broich, Kala Drewniak, Martina Filosa, Kyriakos Kyrousis, Roman Palkoska, Katerina Ragkou, Lena Tambs, Erik Timmerman, Universität zu Koln & Universität Bonn); guest supervision of 1 PhD (Paola Cossentino, Università di Bologna)

 

Co-promotor of Yannick Boswinkel (Leiden University)

Postdoc

Supervision of 2 Postdocs (Dr. Barbara Borgers; Dr. Kayt Armstrong)

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