Wim De Clercq lectures Historical Archaeology in North-Western Europe i.e.: the archaeology of the periods dating from the Roman to Modern times.
He started his career as field-archaeologist responsible for rescue and preventive operations (trial-trenching, watching briefs, full excavations) in the province of East-Flanders, Belgium for six years. From 2002 onwards he joined Ghent University, first as PhD student, later as a Post-Doctoral researcher and from 2011 as lecturer. He coordinates several research- and PhD-projects.
His particular research interests include: