- Department of Archaeology and Ancient History
Mobile +46 70 742 40 15
Helgonavägen 3, Lund
Box 192, 221 00 Lund
Internal post code 30
Already in the 1970s I felt that archaeology was an experience, when we as students had a field course in Ulamossen at Vikhög outside Lund. In the summer we excavated a Stone Age settlement in Ageröds bog. Archaeology is fascinating. Not just the practical work but also the theoretical perspectives. How can we use material culture and text fragments to interpret human history and life conditions with long time perspectives, from Stone Age to modern times? My multi-periodic interest in the history of mentality characterizes my research, my courses and lectures, and affects my life and work. To meet students is essential, thus I have seminars and lectures in most courses in archaeology. The subjects include the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age; theoretical archaeology, archeology of religion, history of mentality, and ethics. During the last years I have got interest in peruvian archaeology in relation witn a Linneaus Palme project in Lima.
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