Academic staff of VU and UvA affilliated with ACASA.
Academic staff UvA Archeologie
Academic staff UvA Klassieke talen
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Maritime and Urban Archaeology of the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Period, in particular of the city of Amsterdam
Archaeology of pre-Roman Cultures in Central Italy, settlement archaeology, burial archaeology, social identities, material studies, archaeological practices
Professor by special appointment of Hittite and related Anatolian languages and cultures as well as the history of Asia Minor and the preclassical period
Uitlegging van het nieuwe testament, de vroeg-christelijke letterkunde en de joods-hellenistische literatuur
Archaeologist specialising in ceramics, with research interests stretching across the Aegean and wider East Mediterranean region
Political and cultural history of the Roman Empire, esp. the representation and perception of imperial power; the reception of antiquity
Ancient Greek narrative, especially epic (Homer), historiography (Herodotus), and narrative in drama; narrative theory; history of narrative techniques (from antiquity to the modern European novel); combination of narratology and linguistics
Landscape archaeology & field archaeology; Roman archaeology of the Northern Provinces; Archaeological Heritage Management & Heritage
Terracotta roof decoration in Central Italy, Archaic sanctuaries and architecture, Digital humanities and cultural heritage (3-4D reconstructions), Etruscan archaeology, Visual culture and iconology, Gender and Religion in Antiquity
PhD candidate in Archaeology with research on how 3D technology can enhance studies to material culture, specifically pottery studies
Social and cultural history from the Hellenistic period to Late Antiquity, esp. sport and spectacles, Greco-Roman Egypt
Greek pottery, landscape and survey archaeology, material culture of sanctuaries, visual culture, history of archaeology, household archaeology, Archaeological heritage in the contemporary world
Professor of Historical Archaeology (North of the Alps). Archaeology of the modern world (c.AD 1450-present) and includes work on capitalism, colonialism, landscapes of improvement and diaspora, urban and industrial archaeology, and the archaeology of poverty
Development of exchange systems during the Middle Ages, ceramic production and consumption, rural and urban settlement systems from Late Antiquity to the Early and High Middle Ages
Material interconnections in the pre- and protohistoric Mediterranean, landscape archaeology in the Ionian Islands (Greece), Archaeological heritage in the contemporary world, history of Archaeology.
Academic staff VU:
History of the Ancient Near East, in particular the social, legal and economic history of Babylonia in the 1st millennium BCE.
prof. dr. M. (Marije) Martijn
Ancient and Patristic Philosophy
dr. E.M. (Emilie) van Opstall
Greek literature, from the Imperial up to the Middle-Byzantine period (poetry, prose, ecphrasis): text edition, interpretation, translation.
dr. A. (Mieke) Prent
Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age, Crete, Perioikic Laconia, Greek religion and cult.
prof. dr. N.G.A.M. (Nico) Roymans
Field archaeology and landscape archaeology; the archaeology of Celto-Germanic societies and their integration into the Roman empire; ethnicity and ethnogenesis in the Roman empire; Late Iron Age coinage.
dr. J.W.H.P. (Philip) Verhagen
Predictive modelling, GIS and spatial analysis, statistics, computing in archaeology, archaeological survey, archaeological heritage management, landscape archaeology.