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Prof. dr. Sven Dupré
Professor and Chair of History of Art, Science and Technology at Utrecht University, and Professor of History of Art, Science and Technology at the University of Amsterdam
Sven Dupré is the Scientific Director of the project ‘Technique in the Arts: Concepts, Practices, Expertise, 1500-1950’, supported by a European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant. Read more
Dr. Maartje Stols-Witlox
Assistant Professor, dept. Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage, University of Amsterdam
Maartje Stols-Witlox is art historian and paintings conservator. Her PhD thesis focused on historical recipes for preparatory layers for oil paintings in North West Europe. She specializes in the investigation of historical artists’ recipes and their reconstruction with ‘historically informed’... Read more
Dr. Anna Harris
Assistant Professor at Maastricht University, in the Technology and Society Studies Department, and Maastricht Science, Technology and Society Studies research group
Anna Harris is an anthropologist interested in medical and other craft practices. She pursues an approach to the social study of medicine that is grounded in ethnographic studies of contemporary medical practices, her clinical experience working in hospitals, and interdisciplinary... Read more
Dr. Patricia Lulof
Associate Professor of Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Amsterdam, and director of (R)MA Studies of Amsterdam Centre of Ancient Studies and Archaeology (ACASA)
Patricia Lulof's expertise focuses on Pre-Roman Archaeology and Archaic roofs, architecture and (digital) building techniques in particular. She is regarded a worldwide specialist in architectural terracottas and decorative roof systems. Read more
Prof. dr. Julia Kursell
Professor and chair of the Institute of Musicology at the University of Amsterdam
Julia Kursell's research interests include 20th and 21st-century composition, the history of musicology and the relation between music and science. She is co-director of the Vossius Center for the History of Humanities and Sciences and editor of the journal History... Read more
Prof. dr. Peter Heering
Professor of Physics and its Didactics, Europa-Universitaet Flensburg
Peter Heering's research focuses on the analysis of experiments from the history of physics, the relation between research instruments and teaching devices, and the use of history of science in science education. Read more
Dr. Marieke Hendriksen
Postdoctoral Researcher Artechne Project, Department of History and Art History, Utrecht University
Marieke Hendriksen is a historian of art and science, specialized in the intersections of the arts, the history of ideas, and material culture of medicine in the long eighteenth century. She currently works as a postdoctoral researcher on Sven Dupré’s... Read more
Nour A. Munawar
PhD researcher in Archaeology at the University of Amsterdam
Nour Munawar's PhD project is about 'The (Re)construction of Syrian and Iraqi Cultural Heritage in Post-Conflict Contexts'. He is mainly interested in cultural heritage management and conflict archaeology. He is a UNESCO expert on Safeguarding Syrian Cultural Heritage and Member... Read more
Dr. Petra Tjitske Kalshoven
The BEAM Research Fellow, Dalton Cumbrian Facility, Social Anthropology, University of Manchester
Drawing on a background that combines the Humanities and Social Sciences (M.A. Classical Languages and Cultures, Leiden University, the Netherlands; Ph.D. Cultural Anthropology, McGill University, Montreal, 2006), Petra Tjitske Kalshoven spent a year teaching as Faculty Lecturer in McGill's interdisciplinary... Read more
Dr. Roeland Paardekooper
Director of the ICOM Affiliated Organisation EXARC
Roeland Paardekooper is Director of the ICOM Affiliated Organisation EXARC (International Organisation of Archaeological Open-Air Museums and Experimental Archaeology). He received his Ph.D. from the University of Exeter. Paardekooper was knighted in 2012 for his services to archaeology and open-air... Read more
Dr. Ana Serrano
Postdoctoral researcher at the Conservation & Restoration department of the University of Amsterdam and correspondent researcher at CHAM
Ana Serrano is connected with CHAM (FCSH-Universidade Nova de Lisboa) as a correspondent researcher, and she works as postdoctoral researcher at the Conservation & Restoration department of the University of Amsterdam - in the context of a project dedicated to... Read more
Dr. Rebecca Wolf
Researcher, Institute for the History of Science and Technology, Deutsches Museum Munich
Rebecca Wolf leads the research group 'Materiality of Musical Instruments: New Approaches to a Cultural History of Organology'. She is a musicologist with research interests in experiments with materials in musical instrument making since the beginning 19th century. Rebecca has... Read more
Thijs Hagendijk
PhD Candidate History of Art, Science and Technology, Utrecht University
As a PhD candidate at Utrecht University, Thijs Hagendijk studies the historical use and function of early modern artisanal manuals, recipes and other how-to treatises in the visual and decorative arts. Special attention is given to the fields of early... Read more
Mariana Pinto
PhD Candidate History of Art, Science and Technology, Utrecht University
Mariana Pinto is an objects conservator and a PhD candidate within the ERC-funded project ‘ARTECHNE: Technique in the Arts, 1500-1950: Concepts, Practices, Expertise’. Her research aims to understand the influences between Materials Science and Conservation practice through the study of... Read more
dr. Paul Craddock
Director of Smart Docs and Senior Research Associate (Hon.), UCL Department of Surgery
Paul Craddock is Director of Smart Docs, a film production company working with academic institutions. He is particularly interested in using the medium of film to document and examine questions of embodied knowledge. Paul is also a cultural historian, his... Read more