In addition to her work in Belgium and the Near and Middle East, Sofie has conducted
archaeomalacological research on Mauritius. In particular, she has looked at material
from the post-medieval Fort Frederik Hendrik site. For a selection of Sofie's publications,
please refer to the publications page.
In addition to her research on marine exploitation along the French Atlantic coast,
Catherine has conducted archaeomalacological research in Djibouti. Her archaeomalacological
interests are wide, and include subsistence, gathering strategies, seasonality, taphonomy
and the use of shell as a raw material for artefact production. For a selection of
Catherine's publications, please refer to the publications page.
Jonathan has conducted research in Tanzania and wider eastern Africa, particularly
northeast Tanzania and the Swahili Coast of eastern Africa. His primary interests
include political economy, craft production, subsistence and climate.