6 search results for “environmental change” in the Public website
Faculty Governance and Global Affairs
Re-assessing the environmental impact of early Roman expansion
This project aims to explore the environmental impact of early Roman expansion (4th/3rd century BC) through a program of dating and ecological sampling of traces of field systems (centuriations).
Tymon de Haas receives LUF grant for research on the ecological impact of Roman expansion
Through the Byvanck Fund, Classical Mediterranean archaeologist Tymon de Haas has received a grant of €6,350 for his research on the ecological impact of Roman expansion. He will use this grant to investigate the traces of one of the oldest and best-preserved Roman cadastres, situated in the former…
Ian Simpson’s Leiden Experience: ‘Engaging with heritage can be a matter of cultural survival’
Ian Simpson is a relatively new face at the Faculty of Archaeology. Starting as an assistant professor in the Heritage and Society department in 2018, he is one of the faculty’s members in critical heritage studies and looks both at the past as well as the future. ‘I study how heritage can be employed…
Global Climate Strike
Water and River Management in The Netherlands
The Water Resources and River Management course (300-level) took a day long field trip to exotic… South Holland! Here students were able to examine a variety of ways in which densely populated deltas confront issues related to water management and flooding, from a Dutch perspective.