K. (Karolien) Pazmany MA
- PhD student
- Urbanisation in the Roman Empire
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|Faculty / Department:||Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen, Institute for History, Oude Geschiedenis|
2311 VL Leiden
Room number 0.09a
Main interests deal with the socio-economical development and urbanisation in the Roman Empire, more specifically for the regions of the Roman provinces of Germania Superior, Raetia and Noricum.
Furthermore, also the possibilities of archaeology to contribute to (the pursuit of a sustainable) society take her focus.
- Roman archaeology
- Roman urbanism
- Archaeology of the Roman Provinces
- Contribution of archaeology to society
Karolien Pazmany (Lier-Belgium, 1990) received her bachelor and Master's degree in Archaeology at the KU Leuven (2008-2012). During her bachelor, she focussed on the archaeology of the Classical Period. Theater in the Late Roman Imperial time in the region of Asia Minor gained special attention. Interest in the region of Asia Minor was encouraged by joining the territorial survey of the Sagalassos project (Turkey) during the campaigns of 2010 and 2011. For her master thesis she turned her research interest into the quest of archaeology and public support. In this research, education and more specifically compulsory education acted as protagonists. This research area increased her interest in the possibilities of archaeology to contribute to the pursuit of a more sustainable society.
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