I am a non traditional student reentering academia after a 30 yr Hiatus. I was a volunteer with the North Carolina Office of State Archaeology for several years in my earlier years. I have now decided to return to gain a degree in Anthropology and Geology.
Construction of Buildings
Since 1989 I have dealt with environmental education, organizing workshops and guided tours and naturalistic especially in the territory of the Alta Murgia National Park and in the major natural areas of Puglia, collaborating with schools, facilities for professional training, cultural circles ,
My work has always been about love for nature and the outdoors. I grew up on one of the oldest organic-dynamic horticulture companies in the Netherlands, Sloterland, and received love for nature from early start.
Giving lectures about Experimental Archaeology at the University of Hamburg since 2004, also in charge of the annual Experimental Archaeology Summer camp at the Stone Age Village of Albersdorf, Germany (AÖZA). Own Experiments on Neolithic Housing, ceramics, woodwork and textiles.
Historical and Archaeological Interpretation
I am an early technology specialist, conservation carpenter and master thatcher using researched techniques and materials for experimental archaeology purposes.
Jaap Hogendoorn, Springlevend Verleden (Alive and kicking past)
Organiser, producer, storyteller, craftsman, builder, fighter.
My involvement with experimental archaeology started with a full-scale reconstruction of an early medieval 'Frisian' farm building in the north of the Netherlands.
Tim Clerbaut (° Ekeren, 1988) is an academic assistant in Provincial Roman Archaeology at Ghent University. He studied archaeology at Ghent University, where he obtained a master degree in Geoarchaeology and Archaeology of North West Europe.