Willem J.H. Willems

Faculty of Archeology
Leiden University, ICOMOS-ICAHM
E-mail: www.willemwillems.com/about-me.html

Fields of interest:

  • archaeological heritage resource management
  • the archaeology of the northwestern Roman provinces and the Roman frontier

Recent publications:

W. Willems, D.C. Comer:
Tourism and Archaeological Heritage. Driver to development or Destruction?
In C. Gottfried & S. Hidalgo Sánchez (eds.),
Heritage, a driver of development. Proceedings of the 17th ICOMOS General Assembly Symposium. 2012.
Paris, 2012, 499-511.

W. Willems:
欧洲考古遗产管理的机制 (The Organization of Archaeological Heritage Management in Europe), Dual Celebrations for the inauguration of the Institute for Cultural Heritage and the 40th Anniversary of the Archaeology Department SDU,
Jinan, 2012, 34-38.

W. Willems, M. Dolmans, P. Van der Heijden, F. Hermans and G. Jansen:
Problems with preservation in situ,
Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 43/44, (2012) 1-8.

W. Willems, M. Dolmans, P. Van der Heijden, F. Hermans and G. Jansen:
Venlo Vennelo Sablones. Twintig eeuwen wonen aan de Maas,
Venlo, 2011.

W. Willems, B. Gunchinsuren, Ch. Amartuvshin, S. Chuluun, J. Gerelbadrakh, K. Tsogtbaatar, J. H. Altschul, J. A. Homburg, J. W. Olsen & G. Wait:
The Oyu Tolgoi Cultural Heritage Program,
Ulaanbaatar, 2011.

W. Willems, D. C. Comer:
Africa, Archaeology and World Heritage,
Conservation and management of archaeological sites, Vol. 13 (2011), Nos 2–3, 160–73.

W. Willems:
Van de ivoren toren naar de markt: en toen?,
Archeobrief 15.4, (2011) 28-33.

W. Willems:
Laws, Language, and Learning. Managing Archaeological Heritage Resources in Europe,
in: P. Mauch Messenger & G.S. Smith (eds), Cultural Heritage Management. A Global Perspective,
Gainesville Fla, (2012) 212-229.

W. Willems, H. van Enckevort:
Vlpia Noviomagvs – Roman Nijmegen. The Batavian capital at the imperial frontier,
Portsmouth Rhode Island Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 73. (2009).

W. Willems, M. van den Dries:
Quality Management in Archaeology,
Oxbow Books, Oxford, 2007.