Yannick Raczynski-Henk is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Archaeology.
My research aims to correct a bias against researching Early Prehistoric low density surface site within the framework of CRM-archaeology. I hope to achieve this by developing a staged method of investigating buried landscapes, specigically geared towards low-density hunter gather sitesand landscapes.
This is necessary because the Dutch approach of prospecting for large settlement sites with featuresand of an archaeological layer, borne from the archaeological research tradition in the Netherlands, is wholly unsuited for the purpose of peospecting for lithic scatters and landscapes.
The new method aims to provide a reliable tool to assess the archaeological potential of low-density hunter gatherer sites in a predictable and cost-effective way.
|2016 to present:||geoarchaeologist, lithics specialist, illustrator and instructor on the PAGES(S) Project, a continuation of the Hrazdan Gorge Palaeolithic Project, Armenia;|
|2016 to present:||senior geoarchaeologist and senior stone age specialist for ADC Archeoprojecten, Amersfoort, Netherlands;|
|2014 to present:||director of Middle Palaeolithic research on the site of Amstenrade - Allée, Netherlands;|
|2014 to 2017:||geoarchaeologist and lithics specialist on the Barozh-12 Palaeolithic Project, Armenia;|
|2011 to 2016:||geoarchaeologist and lithic specialist for Ex Situ Archaeology, Leiden, Netherlands;|
|2011 to present:||lecturer at the Utrecht University of Applied Sciences;|
|2010 to 2017:||co-director of the Kaap Palaeolithic Project Sint-Geertruid, Netherlands;|
|2009 to 2015:||geoarchaeologist, lithics specialist, illustrator and instructor on the Hrazdan Gorge Palaeolithic Project, Armenia;|
|2005 to 2011:||geoarchaeologist and stone age specialist for RAAP Archeologisch Adviesbureau, Leiden, Netherlands.|