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    • Arnoldussen, Stijn (2008)
      Today, half of the Netherlands is situated below sea level. Because of this, water-management is of key importance when it comes to maintaining present-day habitation of the Dutch low-lands. In prehistory, however, large ...
    • Dusseldorp, Gerrit L. (2009)
      The sophistication of Neanderthal behavioural strategies have been the subject of debate from the moment of their recognition as a separate species of hominin in 1856. This book presents a study on Neanderthal foraging ...
    • van Zijverden, Wilko (2017)
      After World War II huge land consolidation projects measuring thousands of hectares were carried out in West-Frisia. Large scale excavations of Bronze Age settlement sites were carried out resulting in a convincing model ...
    • Doorenbosch, Marieke (2013)
      Barrows, i.e. burial mounds, are amongst the most important of Europe’s prehistoric monuments. Across the continent, barrows still figure as prominent elements in the landscape. Many of these mounds have been excavated, ...
    • Bovenkerk, Bernice; Keulartz, Jozef (2021)
      This Open Access book brings together authoritative voices in animal and environmental ethics, who address the many different facets of changing human-animal relationships in the Anthropocene. As we are living in complex ...
    • Arnoldussen, Stijn (2008)
      This publication contains the six main appendices to the PhD thesis ‘A Living Landscape. Bronze Age settlement sites in the Dutch river area (c. 2000-800 BC)’ by Stijn Arnoldussen which was published by Sidestone Press in ...
    • Amkreutz, Luc W.S.W. (2013)
      The adoption of agriculture is one of the major developments in human history. Archaeological studies have demonstrated that the trajectories of Neolithisation in Northwest Europe were diverse. This book presents a study ...
    • Goddek, Simon; Joyce, Alyssa; Kotzen, Benz; Burnell, Gavin M. (2019)
      This open access book, written by world experts in aquaponics and related technologies, provides the authoritative and comprehensive overview of the key aquaculture and hydroponic and other integrated systems, socio-economic ...
    • Caso, Olindo; Kuijper, Joran (2019)
      Public libraries want to contribute to an inclusive and innovative society and aim to enable their patrons to acquire the necessary 21st century skills. Dutch public libraries are therefore gradually adding more and more ...
    • Landsberger, Stefan (2019)
      Why do central and local government initiatives aiming to curb the proliferation of garbage in Beijing and its disposal continue to be unsuccessful? Is the Uberization of waste picking through online-to-offline (O2O) garbage ...
    • Schenke, Wouter; Heemskerk, Irma; van Schaik, Patrick; Boogaard, Marianne (2019)
      This research was carried out by researchers from the Kohnstamm Institute; this concerns Marianne Boogaard, Irma Heemskerk, Henk Sligte and Wouter Schenke (project leader). They conducted the study together with lecturer ...
    • Fontijn, David; Louwen, Arjan; van der Vaart-Verschoof, Sasja; Wentink, Karsten (2013)
      Europe is dotted with tens of thousands of prehistoric barrows. In spite of their ubiquity, little is known on the role they had in pre- and protohistoric landscapes. In 2010, an international group of archaeologists came ...
    • Bright, Alistair J. (2011)
      This study represents a contribution to the pre-Colonial archaeology of the Windward Islands in the Caribbean. The research aimed to determine how the Ceramic Age (ca. 400 BC – AD 1492) Amerindian inhabitants of the region ...
    • Cuttitta, Paolo; Last, Tamara (2019)
      Border deaths are a result of dynamics involving diverse actors, and can be interpreted and represented in various ways. Critical voices from civil society (including academia) hold states responsible for making safe ...
    • van Tulder, Rob (2018)
      This short book presents a framework for making corporate strategies effective for sustainable development. This framework is a condensed result of a variety of interdisciplinary research and teaching projects, organised ...
    • Wossink, Arne (2009)
      Throughout history, climate change has been an important driving force behind human behaviour. This archaeological study seeks to understand the complex interrelations between that behaviour and climatic fluctuations, ...
    • Brand, Tilman; Jungmann, Tanja (2013)
      In the following we will first locate the early help in the area child protection. Then the conceptual Background of the model project shown per child. So prevention can be effective and efficient in addition to a ...
    • Harris, Anna; Yates-Doerr, Emily; Labuski, Christine (2017)
      I observed many instances of self-percussion during my fieldwork researching how listening to sounds is learned, taught and practiced in a Melbourne medical school and it’s connected teaching hospital. The students were ...
    • Kaufmann, Mareile (2019)
      This book responds to a gap in the literature in International Relations (IR) by integrating technology more systematically into analyses of global politics.Technology facilitates, accelerates, automates, and exercises ...
    • Marie Okkenhaug, Inger; Sanchez Summerer, Karène (2020)
      From the early phases of modern missions, Christian missionaries supported many humanitarian activities, mostly framed as subservient to the preaching of Christianity. This anthology contributes to a historically grounded ...