Spotlights of the Month
Every month we will publish a spotlight. It can be a review of a conference or a book, a word on our members' work, etc. You will be able to receive all our spotlights in our newsletter, so subscribe to it if you're interested.
In this Spotlight of the Month, we’re introducing some of our members who are working/have worked abroad: Isabelle De Groote and Joke Somers. Isabelle is currently working in a British university while Joke just came back from a Swiss university. Discover some of their work.
- By boapas
- On 11/09/2017
A spotlight on our PhD members: Davina Craps & Katrien Van de Vijver
This month, our members, Dr. Davina Craps and Dr. Katrien Van de Vijver, present their doctoral thesis. We have now two important works respectively on methodologies for joint diseases and on palaeodemography and palaeopathology for a large archaeological site.
A Belgian project of Interdisciplinary Research on Andean Mummies (IRAM Project)
Our member Caroline Polet (RINSB) and several colleagues from different institutions are working on a project researching seven pre-Columbian Mummies curated at the Royal Museum of Art and History (RMAH).
A spotlight on freelancers in physical anthropology with Davina Craps & Hélène Déom
Dr. Davina Craps and Hélène Déom are two of our founding members. They both work freelance, respectively in Flanders and Wallonia. This month's spotlight will focus on freelance work in Belgium and some of the projects they have worked on.
Johan R. Boelaert has written 3 books, so far, about medieval medical history
This important contribution to historical medicine and in Flemish literature was prepared by our member, retired MD from Bruges, Johan R. Boelaert. Here is a brief insight and readers' digest of his work.
Société d’Anthropologie de Paris, the annual conference 2017 took place in Paris
It was summarized by our member Alexandra Boucherie (ULB), who also presented a poster on her work on Danish battle-related mass grave (her Master's dissertation at Bournemouth University).
Our member Caroline Polet (RBINS) gave a talk on the analysis of human skeletal remains from Kindoki, Congo.