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Joanne Mol

Director of Education/Assistant Professor

Name
Dr. J.A. Mol
Telephone
+31 71 527 2427
E-mail
j.a.mol@arch.leidenuniv.nl
ORCID iD
0000-0002-7848-6640

Joanne Mol is lecturer and at present also the Programme Director of the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University, the Netherlands. She studied Quaternary Geology at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam and did her PhD thesis on the effects of climate changes on rivers. In Leiden she teaches mainly geoarchaeology with emphasis on natural site formation processes and archaeological prospection.

Her research focuses on geoarchaeology, which involves palaeolandscape reconstruction and natural site formation. Region of interest: Europe. She is currently involved in the field project of Dr. Marie Soressi at the palaeolithic site les Cottés in France. Here, she investigates the landscape evolution of the valley in front of the cave.

As Programme Director her main task is on management of the education and the implementation of innovative teaching in the curricula of the faculty.

Director of Education/Assistant Professor

  • Faculteit Archeologie
  • Archaeological Heritage
  • Leiden Archaeology Field Unit

Work address

Van Steenis
Einsteinweg 2
2333 CC Leiden
Room number A2.08

Contact

  • Mol J.A. (2013), Archaeology: how do you know where to look? (Guest-lecture at Secondary School) (Lecture). other
  • Mol J.A. (2013), Quality in teaching (for Swedish delegation) (Lecture). other
  • Kamermans H., Mol J.A., Dullaart E.G.C. & Kreek M. de (2012), A Causewayed Enclosure Near Ermelo?. In: Bakels C.C., Kamermans H. (Ed.) The End Of Our Fifth Decade. Leiden: Leiden University. 263-275. book chapter
  • Mol J.A. (2012), Quality in Teaching (Armenian delegation) (Lecture). other
  • Roebroeks J.W.M., Kamermans H., Mol J.A., Turq A. & Kolfschoten M. van (2011), Watching The River Flow: A small-scale survey of the floodplain deposits in the Vézère valley, between Le Moustier and Les Eyzies (Dordogne, France). In: Bakels C.C., Kamermans H. (Ed.) Micellania Archaeologica Leidensia. Leiden: Faculty of Archaeology. 1-40. book chapter
  • Roebroeks W., Kamermans H., Mol J.A., Turq A. & Kolfschoten M. van (2010), Watching The River Flow: A small-scale survey of the floodplain deposits of the Vézère valley, between Le Moustier and Les Eyzies (Dordogne, France), Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 41: 1-40. article in journal
  • Tol A.J. & Mol J.A. (2008), Evaluatie- en waarderingsrapport Proefsleuven onderzoeksgebied Slibdepot-MVKV, gemeente Katwijk. Leiden: Archol B.V.. report
  • Mol J.A. (2008), Vestingstad Aardenburg, Zeeuws Landschap 4: 3-7. article in magazine/newspaper
  • Mol J.A. (2008), Wallen van Retranchement, gemeente Sluis, Locatie Contre Escarpe. Leiden: Universiteit Leiden. report
  • Mol J.A. & Zijverden W. van (2007), Prehistorische woonplaatsen in de dynamische landschappen van de Rijn-Maasdelta.. In: Tien jaar Archol. Van Contract tot Wetenschap.. Leiden: Archol BV. 89-103. book chapter
  • Mol J.A. (2006), Coastal evolution of Delfland and the Schipluiden microregion in relation to Neolithic settlement. In: Louwe Kooijmans L.P., Jongste P.F.B. (Eds.) Schipluiden. A Neolithic settlement on the Dutch North Sea Coast, c. 3500 Cal BC. Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia Leiden: Faculty of Archaeology, University Leiden. 269-284. book chapter
  • Mol J.A., Louwe Kooijmans L.P. & Hamburg T. (2006), Stratigraphy and chronology of the site. In: Louwe Kooijmans L.P., Jongste P.F.B. (Eds.) Schipluiden. A neolithic settlement on the Dutch North Sea Coast c. 3500 Cal BC. Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia Leiden: Faculty of Archaeology Leiden University. 19-38. book chapter
  • Mol J.A., Roebroeks W., Kamermans H., Kolfschoten M. van & Turq A. (2004), Weichselian and Holocene Fluvial Evolution of the Vézère River Valley (Dordogne, France), Quaternaire 15: 187-193. article in journal: refereed
  • Kamermans H., W. Roebroeks, Mol J.A., Kolfschoten M. van & Turq A. (2003), Like a Rolling Stone? On the use of quantitative methods during a small-cale excavation in the Vézère river valley (France). In: Börner W., Dolhofer R. (Eds.) Workshop 7. Archäologie und Computer. Wien: Phoibos Verlag. conference paper: refereed
  • W. Roebroeks, Turq A., Kamermans H., Mol J.A. & Kolfschoten M. van (2000), Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil, Laugerie Haute est. Bordeaux: DRAC. report

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