Research Output per year
Linde Egberts works as an Assistant Professor in the interdisciplinary field of Heritage Studies. She is trained as a human geographer and cultural historian at Utrecht University and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, where she defended her PhD thesis Chosen Legacies in 2015. Her research interests are in heritage, identity, regions, landscape, tourism and identity.
Linde Egberts represents the Research Institute CLUE+ as an advisory partner in the project HERICOAST, which addresses the management of heritage in European coastal landscapes. It is her task to provide the project with a solid academic and conceptual framework, to reflect on the ongoing process of knowledge transfer within the project and to develop new insights in the specific values, uses and physicalties of coastal ladscapes and their challenges for heritage preservation and development.
Linde Egberts combines her research endeavours with coordinating the master Heritage Studies, teaching courses on spatial heritage and transformations and supervising master's thesis in the same field.
- Linde Egberts Ruimtelijk Erfgoed | Rotterdam | zelfstandig adviseur/onderzoeker | 2015-04-30
Last mutation Ancillary Activities: Amsterdam (2015-07-01)
Education / Academic qualification
PhD, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
1 Jun 2011 → 28 Jan 2015
Bachelor, Utrecht University
Master, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
A Future for Cultural History of the Dutch Wadden Region: Challenges and Policies in a Maritime Agricultural LandscapeEgberts, L. R. Oct 2018 Waddenland Outstanding: History, Landscape and Cultural Heritage of the Wadden Sea Region. Egberts, L. & Schroor, M. (eds.). Amsterdam University Press
Research output: Scientific - peer-review › Chapter
Boekbespreking Die Reichsautobahn: Konzeption, raümliche Struktur und Denkmaleigenschaft eines historischen VerkehrsnetzesEgberts, L. R. Jan 2017 In : Tijdschrift voor Historische Geografie. 1, p. 56 2 p.
Research output: Professional › Review article
Research output: Professional › Chapter
Moving Beyond the Hard Boundary: The Nature-Culture Divide in an Agricultural- Maritime Cultural Landscape, the Case of the Dutch Wadden regionEgberts, L. R. Apr 2017 In : Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development.
Research output: Scientific - peer-review › Article