Originally from Kristinehamn, Värmland, I spent most part of my student years at Uppsala where I, besides from the study of the Ancient world, also took courses in Latin and Greek. My studies resulted in a M.A. in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History in the autumn of 2013. I have also studied economics, italian language and italian political history at the University of Florence, Italy. During my years at Uppsala University I took part in several archaeological field projects in Italy and since 2011 I participate in a project on the Etruscan chamber tombs of San Giovenale. Since the autumn of 2014 I am a PhD candidate at Lund university.
My thesis project concerns socio-cultural developments in a South Etruscan town and hinterland in the period 450 to 50 BC, with specific regards to settlement pattern and epigraphy.