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Department of the History of Art and Archaeology

Ms Ilse Timperman

MA Archaeology (University of Leiden, The Netherlands), MA Sinology (KU Leuven University, Belgium)

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Ms Ilse Timperman
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Thesis title:
Investigating the Emergence of Early Niche Graves in the Turfan Basin (Xinjiang, P.R. China) (c. 300 BCE–300 CE)
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Biography

Teaching Experience

2012-2013: Senior Teaching Fellow 'Art and Archaeology of the Silk Road', M.A. Course (SOAS, University of London)

2007: Lecturer Chinese Archaeology (Palaeolithic - Han), BIHCS, Brussels

PhD Research

  • Pre-, proto- and early historic archaeology of China (especially Xinjiang) and east-Central Asia
  • Mortuary Archaeology
  • Physical Anthropology
  • GIS

PhD Conferences

"November 2014: 'Early Niche Graves in the Turfan Basin (c. 300 BCE–300 CE): A Critical Approach to Data Mining'. Talk during session 'Archaeological anthropological and forensic recording and analysis of human/animal remains'. Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies CHNT 19, Vienna.

May 2014: 'Early Niche Graves in the Turfan Basin (c. 300 BCE–300 CE):  Yanghai: A Case Study'. Conference 'Connecting the Silk Road. Trade, People & Social Networks'. Poster presentation. Hermitage Amsterdam & Leiden University.

September 2013: 'Early Niche Graves in the Turfan Basin (c. 300 BCE–300 CE):  Yanghai: A Case Study'. Talk at Turfan Academy, Turfan & Xinjiang Archaeological Institute, Urümqi (P.R.C.)

November 2011: 'Early Niche Graves in the Turfan Basin (c. 300 BCE–300 CE):  Yanghai: A Case Study'. Poster presentation. ‘Archaeology of the Southern Taklamakan: Hedin and Stein’s Legacy and New Explorations’, an international conference organised by IDP (International Dunhuang project), The British Library and SOAS, London."