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Fokke Gerritsen

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Dr.
Initials
F.A.
Main position
Directeur Nederlands Instituut in Turkije
Disciplines
Archaeology
Since
16-03-2005
End membership
01-04-2010
Employed by
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
Archeologie
De Boelelaan 1105
1081 HV   Amsterdam
tel.   020 298 2013
f.a.gerritsen@vu.nl
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Fokke Gerritsen is an archaeologist and director of the Netherlands Institute in Turkey.

In addition, he teaches archaeology at the Faculty of Arts of VU University Amsterdam. He directs an international research project that studies the development of early farming communities in northwest Turkey, with excavations at the Neolithic site of Barcın Höyük. He has also worked on the prehistory and landscape archaeology of the Dutch region of Noord-Brabant. His dissertation on this topic, Local Identities, was published by Amsterdam University Press and received the Research Prize of the Praemium Erasmianum Foundation.

Gerritsen, Dr. F.A. (Fokke)
  • Archaeology, Prehistory of Anatolia, Prehistory of the Near East, Prehistory of northwestern Europe, Landscape archaeology, Ancient agriculture and land use, Diet and foodways, Social identity and local community

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