N.O. (Nathalie) Brusgaard
- PhD candidate
|Telephone number:||+31 (0)71 527 1649|
|Faculty / Department:||Faculteit Archeologie, World Archaeology, Archaeology of the Near East|
Van Steenis gebouw
2333 CC Leiden
Room number B1.16
Nathalie obtained a Research MA (summa cum laude) in Northwestern European Prehistory from Leiden University in 2014. She wrote her thesis on the social significance of cattle in the Bronze Age and also specialised in iron production in the Iron Age. During her studies she worked as a student assistant in the Oss-North project and studied Prehistoric Archaeology for a semester at Aarhus University in Denmark. Nathalie started as a PhD candidate at Leiden University in September 2014.
Nathalie’s PhD research studies the rock art of the Jebel Qurma region in Jordan’s Black Desert. It focusses on the nature of the rock art, including how it was made, and the relationship between the rock art and the natural and anthropogenic features in the landscape.
Nathalie is one of three PhD candidates in the NWO-sponsored research project ‘Landscapes of Survival: Pastoralist Societies, Rock Art and Literacy in Jordan’s Black Desert, c. 1000 BC – 500 AD’.
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