Conferences and seminars

On this page you will find information about all seminars planned for the year 2022.



Research seminars VT 2022

You can join the seminar in room 435 or via online via Zoom. 

Friday 28 January. Time: 13–15
Georgia Galani: PhD disputation Imprints of Roman Imperium. Bronze Coinages in the Republican Eastern Provinces.

Wednesday 2 February- Time: 15–17
Rachel Crellin (University of Leicester): A history of stone and metal at Upton Lovell G2a, Wiltshire. 

Wednesday 9 February, Time: 15–17
Mikael Adolphson (Cambridge University/Uppsala University): Treasures of Early Medieval Japan: Coins, Ceramics, and Sulphur.

Wednesday 16 February. Time: 15–17
Bjarne Grønnow (National Museum Denmark): Exploring UNESCO Cultural World Heritage in Greenland: a discussion of ideas, set-up and preliminary results of the on-going Activating Arctic Heritage Project. 

Friday 18 February. Time: 13–15
Helena Günther, PhD disputation: The rhythm of rock art animals. Picturing reindeer, elk and bear around the seasonal cycle in Stone Age Alta, Norway and other North Fennoscandian localities. 

Wednesday 23 February. Time: 15–17
Anton Larsson: halvtidseminarium Landslide Archaeology: Hazard and disaster in Western Sweden.

Wednesday 2 March. Time: 15-17
March first seminar for new doktorands – archaeology and archaeological science.

Wednesday 9 March. Time: 15–17
David De Lorenzi Turner: halvtidseminarium Neolithic Wooden Post Structures: Postholes, depositions and the playing out of time.

Wednesday 16 march. Time: 15–17
Peter Jordan (Lund University) After the Ice: Cultural Trajectories in Maritime Northeast Asia. 

Wednesday 23 march. Time 15–17
Paul Reilly (University of Southampton): Haunted Pixels, Quantum Wells, or Temporal Debris in a Digital Plough Zone? Digital Images+D in archaeology.

Wednesday 6 April. Time: 15–17
Ingrid Berg (Uppsala University) Interdisciplinarity and collaboration in Swedish archaeology: challenges and opportunities in cross-cutting research

Wednesday 27 April. Time: 15–17
Emma Maltin: halvtidseminarium.

Wednesday 4 May. Time: 15–17
Julie Lund (Oslo University): Connecting to Pasts in Viking Age Scandinavia. Relational perspectives on Reuses, References and Reinventions.

Wednesday 11 May. Time: 15–17
Per Nilsson (Östergötlands museum): Spår från bronsåldern och spår från bronsålderns arkeologer. Nya utgrävningar vid Himmelstalunds hällristningar.

Wednesday 18 May. Time: 15–17
Manuel Dominguez Rodrigo (Rice University): Latest discoveries at Olduvai Gorge: new archaeological record shows that early humans had a unique way of life

Wednesday 1 June. Time: 15–17
Viacheslav Kuleshov (Stockholm University) A numismatic chronology for Birka: towards the revaluation of coin finds


Mats Burström, László Bartosiewicz, Kerstin Lidén, Jens Christian Moesgaard, Lena Sjögren

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