Corrie Bakels is an emeritus professor in paleoeconomy.
Current PhD candidates
My current research concerns:
1. the influence of human beings on their environment, from Neandertals up to the 19th century.
2. farming practices.
I don't teach anymore, but I have the supervision of a PhD student and answer all kinds of questions put forward by other students.
Trained as a specialist in water management and water purification my hobby brought me a job in archaeology. I have worked as a biologically trained archaeologist from 1968 onwards, first in the Interfaculty of Prehistory and later in the Faculty of Archaeology. My PhD thesis was on the Linearband Culture. I ended as a professor of paleoeconomy and continue working as a professor emeritus.
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