C.R. (Cornelis) van Tilburg

Position:
  • Researcher
Expertise:
  • Ancient infrastructure
  • Desk editing


Telephone number: +31 (0)71 527 2774
E-Mail: c.r.van.tilburg@hum.leidenuniv.nl
Faculty / Department: Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen, Centre for the Arts in Society, Latijnse T&C
Office Address: Johan Huizingagebouw
Doelensteeg 16
2311 VL Leiden
Room number 2.16b
Personal Homepage: www.uw-url.nl


Fields of interest

Ancient traffic, ancient city planning, ancient medicine, Roman roads, ancient city gates

Research

Cornelis van Tilburg is researcher of ancient traffic and infrastructure, especially traffic and roads in the Roman Empire. He has published several books and articles on this topic, in Dutch and English. His PhD thesis discusses the infrastructures of traffic, drinking water and sewerage, and the infrastructures of the human body.

Curriculum vitae

C.R. (Cornelis Richard) van Tilburg PhD, born 21-6-1965 in Waddinxveen, The Netherlands.
1984 - 1989: Study Classics at Leiden University. MA degree 16 May 1989.
1992 - 2000: Researcher at Leiden University, Dept. of Theology.
2000 - Researcher at Leiden University, Dept. of Classics.
2007 - Desk editor Geschiedenis der Geneeskunde and Geschiedenis van de Geneeskunde en de Gezondheidszorg.
2015 - PhD degree, dissertation: Streets and Streams: Health conditions and city planning, 14 October 2015.

Key publications

Tilburg, C. van, Romeins Verkeer: Weggebruik en verkeersdrukte in het Romeinse Rijk. Amsterdam: AUP, 2005 (repr. 2014).


Tilburg, C. van, Traffic and Congestion in the Roman Empire. London/New York: Routledge, 2007 (repr. 2012).


Tilburg, C. van, Streets and Streams: Health conditions and city planning. Leiden: Primavera Pers, 2015.


Last Modified: 22-12-2015