The prestigious W.A. van Es Prize for Archaeology has been won by Quentin Bourgeois for his thesis: Monuments on the horizon: the formation of the barrow landscape throughout the 3rd and 2nd millennium BC.
For more than ten years now the Faculty of Archaeology has hosted a chair on Heritage Management. Because of its interdisciplinary character, archaeology, that also relates to sciences, social sciences and humanities, is the most obvious base for Heritage Studies.
Book by Dr. Mariana Françozo resulting from her research into the collection of count Johan Maurits of Nassau-Siegen, governor of the Dutch colony in Northeastern Brazil between 1637 and 1644.