In 2017 I obtained my master's degree in Archaeology at the University of Leuven with a dissertation called 'Modelling Sustainability in the Past: A Critical Evaluation of the Pillar Model and the Nested Model'. In my studies, I focused on historical archaeology, but also on wider topics such as the deposition of archaeological finds and theoretical models. Prior to graduating, I had started working as a junior archaeologist in the Netherlands.
As a student, I interned at several archaeological services, however, most of the work was done for the Sagalassos Archaeological Research Project led by Prof.dr. Jeroen Poblome.
I am currently working on an FWO-subsidized project which studies the role of waterways in the Roman transport system. This historical-archaeological project is supervised by Prof.dr Koenraad Verboven en Prof.dr. Wim De Clercq.
Assistant Historical Pracitce I