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Current position

Archaeozoologist at the Freie Universität Berlin

 

Previous positions

2013-2015 Marie Curie post-doctoral fellow at IPNA, University of Basel

2013 Animal bone specialist at VUhbs
2009-2012 Post-doctoral researcher, VU University Amsterdam
2007-2008 Animal bone specialist at ACVU-HBS
2004-2013 Lecturer, VU University Amsterdam
2003-2007 Ph.D. researcher, VU University Amsterdam

Education
2007 Ph.D. in Archaeology, VU University Amsterdam (cum laude, with distinction)
2002 MA in Osteoarchaeology, University of Southampton
1998 MA in Provincial-Roman Archaeology, VU University
1997 MA in English Language and Literature, VU University

Grants

2017 Marie-Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellow, Sheffield University (UK), funded by the European Research Council. Project title: Mobility and management of cattle in Iron Age and Roman Netherlands (2018-2019).

2012 Marie Curie Fellowship grant from the Gerda Henkel Stiftung. Project title: Sustaining the Empire: farming and food supply in two Roman frontier regions (2013-2015).
2012 Fitch Laboratory Senior Visiting Fellowship, British School at Athens
2012 Grant for € 2,500,- from Stichting Nederlands Museum voor Anthropologie en Praehistorie for small research project Investigating horse breeding in the Roman Netherlands through stable isotope analysis, in cooperation with the Cultural Heritage Agency, the University of Reading and the University of Southampton.
2010 Grant for € 5,000,- from Stichting Nederlands Museum voor Anthropologie en Praehistorie for publication of a handbook in zooarchaeology.
2008 VENI grant (Innovational Research Incentives Scheme) from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research. Project title: Livestock for sale: the effect of a market economy on rural communities in the Roman frontier zone (2009-2012). (Grant number 275-60-005, € 208,000)

Marie-Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellow, Sheffield University (UK), gefördert von dem European Research Council. Projekttitel: Mobility and management of cattle in Iron Age and Roman Netherlands.

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