Dr. Liye Xie studies the co-construction of technology and society with specialties in preindustrial technologies of bone, stone, and earthen construction.
Education, teaching & training
Claus Detreköy is Chair of the association “Experimental Archaeology Switzerland (EAS)”. He is engaged already for years in getting experimental archaeology, as sub discipline of archaeology, more professional.
Paläotechnik offers ancient technology expertise since 1996. The main focus is on indigenous and prehistoric skin processing technology, including related fields like bone, antler and ivory technology.
Lecturer with PhD. My specialist in Experimental Archaeology, My PhD. experimentation was about transporting amphorae by camels on the eastern desert road in the Roman era. I Am a very passionate and active individual.
I have been involved with experimental archaeology since my student days. I started in the field of ceramics followed by research into the historical relationship between ecosystems and material-actions. At present my focus is on open-fired ceramics and adaptive construction.
My interest in archaeology has developed as I grew up in Indonesia, a country rich with archaeological sites. Although I do not have any archaeology degree, my passion has led me to join the EXARC Team.
I am a curator of the prehistory collections of the National Museum of Archeology of Catalonia (Barcelona) and associate lecturer at the Autonomous University of Barcelona where I teach subjects related to technology from an experimental point of view.
I am a Phd student of the Charles University, Prague. My current Phd research deals with technological innovations involved in pottery production during the European Iron Age, inquiring both the material aspects of production and the social role of craftspeople.
I am a medieval historian, researching, publishing and teaching on aspects of medieval military culture.
I have twenty years' experience as a guide in museums and heritage sites, including the Roman Baths in Bath and Goodrich Castle in Herefordshire.
I’m a Self-employed studio potter, specialising in a contemporary practice of throwing tableware on a potter’s wheel. I gained an experimental archaeology Masters at Exeter university in 2014.