Communities of practices and regional networks during the First Palaces Period in Crete (1900-1700 BCE). - written in French
Supervisor : Dr. Prof. Charlotte Langohr (F.R.S.-FNRS - UCLouvain, AegIS).
- Since 2019 : PhD Candidate in Minoan Archaeology (Research Fellow FNRS 2019-2023) at the Catholic University of Louvain (UCLouvain – Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium).
- 2017 : Master of Arts (the highest distinction), Art History and Archaeology – specialized in Greco-Roman archaeology at the Catholic University of Louvain (UCLouvain – Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium).
- 2014 : Bachelor of Arts (distinction), Art History and Archaeology – specialized in Antiquity at the University of Namur (UNamur – Namur, Belgium)
- Communities of practices and regional networks based on the study of selected aspects of material culture (funerary practices and architecture, elite buildings forms and uses, pottery production, consumption and distribution of writings and archive systems)
- Pottery analysis, mainly pre- and proto-palatial periods
- Study of small finds (lithic, bone, metal and terracotta artefacts)
- Management and inventory of archaeological material
- Contextual and functional analysis of architectural complexes
- Since 2015 : Co-responsible of the managements of the archaeological material and of the preliminary analysis of pottery at the Sissi Archaeological Project (Crete) – UCLouvain and EbA (Prof. Jan Driessen).
- Since 2017 : Responsible of the study and the publication of the clay, bone, stone and metal objects (soundings 1964-1992 under the Palace at Malia by Olivier Pelon) and assistant for the study of ceramic under the supervision of Dr Caloi at the Archaeological Project of the Palace of Malia (Crete) – EfA and UCLouvain (Dr Maud Devolder).
- Since 2017 : Assistant for the study of ceramic (excavations at Quartier Pi 2005-2014) under the supervision of Dr Langohr (neopalatial pottery) and DrDoudalis (protopalatial pottery) at the Archaeological Project of Quartier Pi at Malia (Crete) - EfA and Paris I-Sorbonne (Dr Maia Pomadère).
Choice of publications/conferences (5 max.)
Dubois R., 2017. « Le Quartier Mu (Malia, Crète) : Étude fonctionnelle d’un important complexe archéologique », Journée Portes Ouvertes INCAL : posters des mémorants (Louvain-la-Neuve, 3 May 2017).
Dubois R., 2017, « A Contextual Analysis of Quartier Mu at Malia », AEGIS Day II: Current research in AEGIS (INCAL/CEMA) (Louvain-la-Neuve, 8 December 2017).
Dubois, R., 2020, « Le Quartier Mu – Malia, Crète. Fonctions et organisations : quelques apports nouveaux »,Revue des archéologues, historiens d’art et musicologues de l’UCLouvain 7 (forthcoming).