Facts and figures

Key figures for 2015

Scientific publications

87

Master's degree programme

2

Bachelor's degree programmes

2

One year programme 1

Academic man-years

39

Research fellows (postdoctoral and PhD)

19

Administrative man-years

16

Budget (total)

MNOK 69,2

Percentage of budget funded by external funders

8 %

Research projects funded by external funders (postdoctoral projects not included)

25

Areas of research

• Archaeology
• Conservation
• History

National commitments

The Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History is engaged in several national and international projects, including:

• Archaeology: "Meetings Make History. Hunters’ Rock Art and Lands of identity in Mesolithic Northern Europe"
• History: "The 1814 Project"
• Conservation: "After the Black Death: Painting and Polychrome Sculpture in Norway, 1350‒1550"
 

Published Sep. 28, 2016 8:53 AM - Last modified Sep. 28, 2016 8:54 AM