Christopher Prescott

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Archaeology Professor

Director Dialogues with the Past - The Nordic Graduate School in Archaeology

Background

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I pursued undergraduate studies in archaeology, geology and social anthropology1980-1984, finished my MA-degree in archaeology in 1986 and received the degree of Dr. philos. from the University of Bergen in 1993. I was employed in contract archaeology, cultural resource management, training and research projects from 1986 to 1993. From 1989-1992 I held a research fellowship from the Norwegian Research Council. 1997-99 I collaborated with Lene Melheim and Nils Anfinset in a subproject within the Swedish Norwegian “Rock art in the borderland” project financed by the EU-structure fund (INTERREG II). The aims of our work were investigations of Bronze Age metallurgy at the Iron Age grave site at Hunn in Østfold, Norway. From 1997-2003 I collaborated with Sebastiano Tusa and Kristian Kristiansen in the "The Scandinavian-Sicilian Archaeological Project", and led investigations of the fortified Archaic settlement of Monte Polizzo in Salemi, Trapani, Sicily. This project was continued within the EU-financed "Emergence of European Communities" – a collaborative endeavor between the University of Cambridge, University of Southampton, Consejo Superior de Invesigaciones Cientifícas; Instituto de Estudios Galegos Padre Sarmiento in Spain, the University of Oslo, Matrica Museum, Százhalombatta in Hungary and the University of Gotheburg. More recently I have collaborated with Karl Kallhovd (Museum of Cultural History, Oslo) and Lisbeth Prøsch-Danielsen (Stavanger) on a field project investigating early farms in Lista, southwest Norway, and with Lene Melheim (Museum of Cultural History, Oslo) conducting new investigations in the Skrivarhelleren rock shelter (see: https://www.facebook.com/skrivarhelleren/) and the impact of the Bell Beaker Culture in western Scandinavia. I was member of the editorial board of the Norwegian Archaeological Review from 1996, editor-in-chief 1997-2001.

I was lecturer and associate professor in archaeology at the University of Bergen (1992-96), and moved to the University of Oslo in 1996 where I’ve worked with archaeology at various departments. My research interests include the Neolithic (especially Nordic Late Neolithic and Scandinavian Bell Beaker), Nordic Bronze Age, upland archaeology, early non-ferrous metallurgy, the Late Iron Age in the western Mediterranean, the relationship between science and archaeology, theory and the history of archaeology. I’ve collaborated with Atle Omland and Josephine Munch Rasmussen on investigating looting, the unethical trade in antiquities and the role professionals play in this trade (particularly in the wake of the Norwegian Schøyen case). Recently I’ve also worked with themes concerned with archaeology and globalization, particularly in the wake of migration.

I’ve been involved in university training and research politics, serving on a number of boards and councils, evaluation committees and various positions of academic leadership. In recent years I’ve been strongly involved in researcher training, particularly through the Nordic graduate school in archaeology “Dialogues with the Past”. My practical, scholarly and political interests (science in archaeology, migration, Bell Beaker Culture, early metallurgy, cultural heritage, etc.) have generated a strong appreciation for continental perspectives, interdisciplinary collaboration and international archaeology.

I’ve taught undergraduate courses and supervised on all levels (BA to PhD) particularly in relation to the Neolithic and Bronze Age, theory and disciplinary history and cultural heritage. My research interests have been tied to the Neolithic and Bronze Age, disciplinary history and theory, heritage and globalisation, archaeology and science and mountain archaeology. I’ve also worked with settlement in the Archaic period of the western Mediterranean and questions concerned with the unethical trade in antiquities.

 

Tags: Archaeology, cultural heritage

Publications

  • Prescott, Christopher & Melheim, Anne Lene (2022). Southern Norway’s Mountain Landscapes Between National Romantic Legends and the Political Economy of Agropastoralism. In Garcia-Molsosa, Arnau (Eds.), Archaeology of mountain landscapes Interdisciplinary Research Strategies of Agropastoralism in Upland Regions. The Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology Distinguished Monograph Series. IEMA Proceedings, Volume 12.. SUNY Press. ISSN 9781438489872. p. 197–218.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2021). Engaging global issues and local values – scales, culture, concepts and politics. In Higgins, Valerie & Douglas, Diane (Ed.), Communities and Cultural Heritage Global Issues, Local Values. Routledge. ISSN 978-0-367-46797-5. p. 192–197. Full text in Research Archive
  • Prescott, Christopher (2020). Introduction Acta ad archaeologiam et artium historiam pertinentia vol. 32, No. 18ns (2020). Acta ad archaeologiam et artium historiam pertinentia (ACTA). ISSN 0065-0900. 32(18), p. vii–xii. doi: 10.5617/acta.9016. Full text in Research Archive
  • Prøsch-Danielsen, Lisbeth; Prescott, Christopher & Fredh, Erik Daniel (2020). Land cover and exploitation of upland resources on the Høg-Jæren Plateau, southwestern Norway, over the last 6500 years. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. ISSN 2352-409X. 32. doi: 10.1016/j.jasrep.2020.102443. Full text in Research Archive
  • Prescott, Christopher (2020). One size does not fit all? Interpreting complex diachronic Neolithic-period data in Norway. In Gron, Kurt J.; Sørensen, Lasse & Rowley-Conwy, Peter (Ed.), Farmers at the Frontier: A Pan-European Perspective.. Oxbow Books. ISSN 978-1-78925-140-1. p. 381–400. Full text in Research Archive
  • Prescott, Christopher & Rasmussen, Josephine Munch (2020). Exploring the “Cozy Cabal of Academics, Dealers and Collectors” through the Schøyen Collection. Heritage — Open Access Journal of Knowledge, Conservation and Management of Cultural and Natural Heritage. ISSN 2571-9408. 3(1), p. 68–91. doi: 10.3390/heritage3010005. Full text in Research Archive
  • Prøsch-Danielsen, Lisbeth; Prescott, Christopher & Fredh, Erik Daniel (2018). Land-use change and exploitation of outfield resources at the Høg-Jæren plateau, SW Norway, during the last 6500 years. In Florenzano, Assunta; Montecchi, Maria Chiara & Rinaldi, Rossella (Ed.), Humans and environmental sustainability : lessons from the past ecosystmems of Europe and Northern Africa. 14th Conference of Environmental Archaeology 2018, Modena 26-28 February 2018. Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia . ISSN 978-88-943442-0-2. p. 58–59.
  • Prøsch-Danielsen, Lisbeth; Prescott, Christopher & Holst, Mads Kähler (2018). Economic and social zones during the Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age in Jæren, Southwest Norway. Reconstructing large-scale land-use patterns. Praehistorische Zeitschrift. ISSN 0079-4848. 93(1), p. 48–88. doi: 10.1515/pz-2018-0002.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2018). Toward a Realistic Understanding of the Bronze Age (Comment to Ling, Earle & Kristiansen: Maritime Mode of Production Raiding and Trading in Seafaring Chiefdoms). Current Anthropology. ISSN 0011-3204. 59(5). doi: 10.1086/699613. Full text in Research Archive
  • Prescott, Christopher (2018). Changing demographics in Northern Europe: transforming narratives and identifying obstacles. A case study from Oslo, Norway. In holtorf, cornelius; Pantazotos, Andreas & Scarre, Geoffry (Ed.), Cultural Heritage, Ethics and Contemporary Migrations. Routledge. ISSN 9781138788220. p. 52–69. Full text in Research Archive
  • Prescott, Christopher; Sand-Eriksen, Anette & Austvoll, Knut Ivar (2018). The Sea and Bronze Age Transformations. In Holt, Emily (Eds.), Water and Power in Past Societies. SUNY Press. ISSN 9781438468754. p. 177–198. Full text in Research Archive
  • Prescott, Christopher (2017). Looting and illicit trade in Cultural artefacts: Challenges and implications for academia. In Jacobsen, Hilde Marie Madsø (Eds.), Illicit trade in Cultural artefacts. Stronger together: How can the Nordics join forces to stop the illegal import and export of cultural objects?. Nordic Council of Ministers/ TemaNord. ISSN 9789289349970. p. 53–56. doi: 10.6027/TN2017-533. Full text in Research Archive
  • Prescott, Christopher & Melheim, Anne Lene (2017). Textiles from the peripheries? Upland evidence from Norway. In Bergerbrant, Sophie & Wessman, Anna (Ed.), New Pespectives on the Bronze Age. Proceedings of the 13th Nordic Bronze Age Symposium held in Gothenburg 9th to 13th June 2015. Archaeopress. ISSN 9781784915988. p. 313–326.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2017). Dramatic beginnings of Norway’s history? Archaeology and Indo- Europeanization. In Hyllestad, Adam; Whitehead, Benedicte N.; Olander, Thomas & Olsen, Birgit A. (Ed.), Language and Prehistory of the Indo- European Peoples A Cross-Disciplinary Perspective. Museum Tusculanums Forlag. ISSN 978-87-635-4421-4. p. 229–249.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2017). T. Douglas Price: Ancient Scandinavia. An Archaeological History from the First Humans to the Vikings. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2015. Norwegian Archaeological Review. ISSN 0029-3652. 50(1). doi: 10.1080/00293652.2016.1273968. Full text in Research Archive
  • Prescott, Christopher & Glørstad, Håkon (2016). En gullalder I norsk arkeologi? Samtiden. ISSN 0036-3928. p. 18–26.
  • Melheim, Anne Lene & Prescott, Christopher (2016). Exploring New Territories – Expanding Frontiers: Bowmen and Prospectors on the Scandinavia Peninsula in the 3rd–2nd Millennia BC. In Melheim, Anne Lene; Glørstad, Håkon & Glørstad, Ann Zanette Tsigaridas (Ed.), Comparative Perspectives on Past Colonisation, Maritime Interaction and Cultural Integration. Equinox Publishing. ISSN 9781781790489. doi: 10.1558/equinox.24608.Jun2016.
  • Melheim, Anne Lene; Prescott, Christopher & Anfinset, Nils (2016). Bronze casting and cultural connections: Bronze Age workshops at Hunn, Norway. Praehistorische Zeitschrift. ISSN 0079-4848. 91(1), p. 42–67. doi: 10.1515/pz-2016-0003.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2016). Is there an alternative to the nation state? Archaeological Dialogues. ISSN 1380-2038. 23(1), p. 18–27. doi: 10.1017/S1380203816000052.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2015). Skaper globaliseringen nye problemstillinger i kulturminnevernet? Nicolay: Arkeologisk tidsskrift. ISSN 0332-8937. p. 35–43.
  • Prescott, Christopher & Glørstad, Håkon (2015). Expanding 3rd millennium transformations: Norway. In Martínez, Maria Pilar Prieto & Salanova, Laure (Ed.), The Bell Beaker Transition in Europe: Mobility and local evolution during the 3rd millennium BC. Oxbow Books. ISSN 9781782979272. p. 77–87.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2014). A synthesis of the history of third millennium north-western Scandinavia. In Gulløv, Hans Christian (Eds.), Northern Worlds – landscapes, interactions and dynamics Research at the National Museum of Denmark Proceedings of the Northern Worlds Conference Copenhagen 28-30 November 2012. University Press of Southern Denmark. ISSN 978 87 7674 824 1. p. 449–462.
  • Comer, Douglas; Soderland, Hilary; Biehl, Peter & Prescott, Christopher (2014). The Future Challenges of Heritage and Identity in a Globalized World. In Biehl, Peter; Comer, Douglas; Prescott, Christopher & Soderland, Hilary (Ed.), Identity and Heritage Contemporary Challenges in a Globalized World. Springer. ISSN 9783319096889. p. 161–169. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-09689-6_16.
  • Soderland, Hilary; Biehl, Peter; Comer, Douglas & Prescott, Christopher (2014). Identities and Heritage: Contemporary Challenges in a Globalized World. In Biehl, Peter; Comer, Douglas; Prescott, Christopher & Soderland, Hilary (Ed.), Identity and Heritage Contemporary Challenges in a Globalized World. Springer. ISSN 9783319096889. p. 3–10. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-09689-6_1.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2014). Rising to the challenge? Research-based training in contexts of diversification. In Haas, Victoria & Schut, Peter (Ed.), The Valletta Convention Twenty Years After – Benefits, Problems, Challenges. Archaeolingua. ISSN 978-963-9911-49-9. p. 131–141.
  • Biehl, Peter F. & Prescott, Christopher (2013). The Future of Heritage in a Globalized World. In Biehl, Peter F. & Prescott, Christopher (Ed.), Heritage in the context of Globalization. Europe and the Americas. Springer. ISSN 978-1-4614-6076-3. p. 117–122. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4614-6077-0_14.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2013). Heritage and the New Immigrant Minorities: A Catalyst of Relevance for Contemporary Archaeology? In Biehl, Peter F. & Prescott, Christopher (Ed.), Heritage in the context of Globalization. Europe and the Americas. Springer. ISSN 978-1-4614-6076-3. p. 59–68. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4614-6077-0_8.
  • Biehl, Peter F. & Prescott, Christopher (2013). Introduction: Issues Concerning Heritage in the Context of Globalization. In Biehl, Peter F. & Prescott, Christopher (Ed.), Heritage in the context of Globalization. Europe and the Americas. Springer. ISSN 978-1-4614-6076-3. p. 3–9. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4614-6077-0_1.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2013). Archaeology vs. science. Or taking knowledge-based communication seriously? Current Swedish Archaeology. ISSN 1102-7355. 2013(21), p. 39–44.

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  • Biffis, Mattia; Hardy, Samuel Andrew; Prescott, Christopher & Michelloni, Manuela (2021). ACTA AD ARCHAEOLOGIAMET ARTIVM HISTORIAM PERTINENTIA XXXII (n.s. 18). Scienze e Lettre. ISBN 978-88-6687-204-7. XXXII(32). 192 p.
  • Prescott, Christopher; Karivieri, Arja; Göransson, Kristian & Campbell, Peter (2021). TRINACRIA, ‘AN ISLAND OUTSIDE TIME’ International archaeology in Sicily. Oxbow Books. ISBN 978-1-78925-591-1. 240 p.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie; Eriksen, Stefka Georgieva; Steen, Francis F. & Prescott, Christopher (2019). Acta ad archaeologiam et artium historiam pertinentia, vol. 31 [Special issue: Tools for Transformation. Liturgy and religious practices in Late Antique Rome and Medieval Europe] . Acta ad archaeologiam et artium historiam pertinentia. ISBN 978-88-6687-165-1. 31(17). 280 p.
  • Biehl, Peter; Comer, Douglas; Prescott, Christopher & Soderland, Hilary (2014). Identity and Heritage Contemporary Challenges in a Globalized World. Springer. ISBN 9783319096889. 197 p.
  • Biehl, Peter F. & Prescott, Christopher (2013). Heritage in the context of Globalization. Europe and the Americas. Springer. ISBN 978-1-4614-6076-3. 125 p.

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  • Prescott, Christopher (2022). Kulturarv i konflikt – konflikt om kulturarv.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2022). Norway and international cultural crime.
  • Prescott, Christopher & Lunde, Anders Firing (2022). –Schøyen beslaget: At han har tusjet og risset på disse tingene, er helt hinsides. [Newspaper]. Morgenbladet.
  • Melheim, Anne Lene & Prescott, Christopher (2021). Arkeologi på nye veier. ET FUNN I FOKUS: Pilspisser fra Klokkebegerkulturen. . [Internet]. Arkeologi på nye veier.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2021). Schøyensamlingen:akademias svik og seire - og en oppdatering.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2021). Schøyensamlingen: Akademias svik og suksesser - og en oppdatering.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2021). Schøyen research and academia: You don't ask and I don't tell.
  • Rasmussen, Josephine Munch & Prescott, Christopher (2021). Kulturarv på avveie (– og institusjonenes respons).
  • Karivieri, Arja; Campbell, Peter; Göransson, Kristian & Prescott, Christopher (2021). Introduction. In Prescott, Christopher; Karivieri, Arja; Göransson, Kristian & Campbell, Peter (Ed.), TRINACRIA, ‘AN ISLAND OUTSIDE TIME’ International archaeology in Sicily. Oxbow Books. ISSN 978-1-78925-591-1. p. xii–xviii.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2020). Interpreting Bronze Age landscapes in Norway - from national primordialsim to human ecology. In claustrat, frank & Pellicer, Françoise (Ed.), The internationalisation of landscape art. Then and now. Le Faune. ISSN 978-2-492-36602-4. p. 19–40.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2020). Review of Birgit A. Olsen, Thomas Olander and Kristian Kristiansen (eds.) 2019 Tracing the Indo-Europeans: New evidence from archaeology and historical linguistics. Oxbow books, Oxford. . Primitive tider. ISSN 1501-0430. 22, p. 67–70.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2020). Eva Mortensen & Rubina Raja (red.): Store danske arkæologer på jagt efter fortidens byer. Aarhus 2019. 299 sider. ISNB 978-87-7184-7512. Kuml : Årbog for Jysk Arkæologisk Selskab. ISSN 0454-6245. p. 341–343.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2020). Il patrimonio culturale nei conflitti armati. Finestre sull'arte. ISSN 2612-6931. 2020(6).
  • Prescott, Christopher (2020). Omaggio di Henrik Ibsen in memoria di P.A. Munch. Newsletter degli Amici del Cimitero Acattolico di Roma. 50, p. 8–8.
  • Synnevåg, Anne; Prescott, Christopher & Kristiansen, Kristian (2020). Forskningspodden: Alle pesters mor https://forskning.no/bakterier-pest-podcast/forskningspodden-alle-pesters-mor/1703372 . [Business/trade/industry journal]. Forskning.no.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2020). Henrik Ibsen's address in memory of P.A. Munch. Friends of the Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome Newsletter. 15(50).
  • Rasmussen, Josephine Munch & Prescott, Christopher (2020). Schøyen har en systematisk historie med å kjøpe tvilsomme varer. [Newspaper]. Morgenbladet.
  • Rasmussen, Josephine Munch & Prescott, Christopher (2020). Schøyens bortforklaringer om Taliban Når noe virker for godt til å være sant, er det som oftest det. Morgenbladet. ISSN 0805-3847.
  • Pellagatti, Paola; Campbell, Peter & Prescott, Christopher (2019). Remembering Sebastiano Tusa.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2019). Third millennium narratives and some maps.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2019). Jens-Henrik Bech, Berit Valentin Eriksen and Kristian Kristiansen (redaktører): Bronze Age settlements and land-use in Thy, Northwest Denmark, vol. I & II. Jutland Archaeological Society Publications 102. Museum Thy, Højbjerg 2018. 285 & 578 sider, illustrert. ISBN 978-87-93423-22-0. . Kuml : Årbog for Jysk Arkæologisk Selskab. ISSN 0454-6245. 2019, p. 289–294.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2019). Converting history into commodities:The case of the Schøyen network.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2019). Taking centre stage: Migrations in Norwegian Prehistory.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2019). Anna Sörman Gjutningens arenor: Metallhantverkets rumsliga, sociala och politiska organisation i södra Skandinavien under bronsåldern [Casting Spaces: The Spatial, Social and Political Organisation of Metalworking in Southern Scandinavia during the Bronze Age]. Current Swedish Archaeology. ISSN 1102-7355. 26, p. 20–24.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2019). Militarism and the Indo-Europeanizing of Europe By Robert Drews. Pp. x + 284. Routledge, London 2017. $119.96. ISBN 978-1-138-28272-8 (cloth). . American Journal of Archaeology. ISSN 0002-9114. 123(1). doi: 10.3764/ajaonline1231.prescott.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2018). CIRCUM-BALTIC INTERACTION IN THE BRONZE AGE: Perspectives in understanding the Baltic, connections to the Nordic world and integration into the Eurasian network.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2018). Cultural Heritage: A Source of Conflict or a Path to Cultural Communication.
  • Prøsch-Danielsen, Lisbeth; Prescott, Christopher & Fredh, Erik Daniel (2018). Land-use change and exploitation of outfield resources at the Høg-Jæren Plateau, SW Norway, during the last 6500 years.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2018). Comments to Per Persson "Cultural Dualism and migrations in The Stone Age".
  • Prescott, Christopher (2018). Kulturkriminalitet: Ulovlig handel og ødeleggelse av felles fortid.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2018). Intersecting concerns: migration, science and politics of knowledge.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2018). Converting history to commodities; observations from the last 20 years.
  • Stamnes, Arne Anderson; Haugan, Gaute Ulvik; Forseth, Lars; Prescott, Christopher & Solheim, Eirik (2017). Jubler over unikt funn fra bronsealderen. [Newspaper]. Trønderavisa.
  • Stamnes, Arne Anderson; Haugan, Gaute Ulvik; Nesgård, Johan Arnt; Solheim, Eirik; Rundberget, Bernt & Prescott, Christopher [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2017). Metalldetektorbrødre fant ni unike 2.500 år gamle bronsealderøkser ved en tilfeldighet. [Newspaper]. Trønderavisa.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2017). Re-examining narratives and practice in archaeology and cultural heritage.
  • Prescott, Christopher & Larsen, Kjersti (2017). Introduction, Beyond Our Crisis: Towards Archaeological Time and Anthropological Space.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2017). One size does not fit all? Interpreting complex diachronic Neolithic-period data in Norway.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2017). Concluding Remarks.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2017). Archeologia di montagna in Norvegia e Scandinavia.
  • Prescott, Christopher & Hølleland, Herdis (2017). Bronze Age research: Past, present and future. Panel dicussion With Kristin Oma, Kristian Kristiansen, Marie Louise Stig Sørensen and Jan Apel.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2017). Norway’s mountain landscapes: national romantic legends and the political economy of agro-pastoralism.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2017). Bronze Age landscapes in Norway - from national primordialism to human ecology.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2016). Kulturarv og krig i Irak og Syria. Fra haug ok heidni. p. 8–12.
  • Prescott, Christopher; Austvoll, Knut Ivar & Sand-Eriksen, Anette (2016). The Sea and Late Neolithic/Bronze Age transformations.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2016). Are professionals a problem for heritage?
  • Prescott, Christopher & Guttormsen, Torgrim Sneve (2016). Archaeology and heritage in changing societies – approaches to present and future disciplinary significance for citizens of the 21st century - Introduction.
  • Prescott, Christopher; Melheim, Lene; Austvoll, Knut Ivar; Amundsen, Marie; Sture, Maria & Kilhavn, Håvard (2016). Arkeologi I Skrivarhelleren Facebookside.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2016). Looting and illicit trade in cultural artefacts: challenges and implications for academia.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2015). 4000–1700 f.Kr.: yngre steinalder: -Midt i matfatet -Bofast uten jordbruk -Der jordbrukerne møtte jegerne -Bondesamfunnet etableres -Omveltning av samfunnet -Høvdingdømmer vokser fram -Steinalderkulturer -Fra jegere til bønder -Jordbruk – en ny levemåte -Helleristninger og veidekunst -Mangfoldige gravfunn -En jordbruksrevolusjon? -Nye teknologier. Norgeshistorie.no.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2015). Sale of cultural artefacts: Challenges and implications for museums and experts? Hvilke utfordringer gir omsetningen av arkeologisk materiale for fagmiljøer og museer?
  • Prescott, Christopher (2015). Plyndring og omsetting av kulturgjenstander fra Irak og Syria. Miljøkrim : tidsskrift for miljøkriminalitet. ISSN 1501-5920. 2015(2), p. 45–46.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2015). Excavations in Skrivarhelleren in Sogn (Norway) – challenging notions of center and periphery in Scandinavia.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2015). Norsk gråsonehandel med kulturminner: NRKs Skriftsamleren.
  • Prescott, Christopher; Biehl, Peter F.; Comer, Douglas & Soderland, Hilary (2015). SUSTAINING HERITAGE: NEW DIRECTIONS FOR ARCHAEOLOGY (symposium).
  • Prescott, Christopher; Biehl, Peter F.; Comer, Douglas & Soderland, Hilary (2015). Sustainable heritage tourism: session introduction.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2015). Scandinavia: Is there an alternative to the nation narrative.
  • Prescott, Christopher & Melheim, Anne Lene (2015). Skrivarhelleren in Sogn - challenging notions of centre and periphery.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2015). The Sea and Bronze Age transformations in western Scandinavia.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2014). Neolitikum på norsk?
  • Prescott, Christopher & Fredriksen, Per Ditlef (2014). Høyere utdanning i endring: Hvordan møter arkeologi utfordringene (... i en oppgangstid)?
  • Prescott, Christopher (2014). Arkeologi i skjæringssonen mellom prinsipper og praksis.
  • Prescott, Christopher & Melheim, Anne Lene (2014). Skrivarhelleren, Holsbru.
  • Melheim, Anne Lene & Prescott, Christopher (2014). Skrivarhelleren - Årdal i ei brytningstid.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2013). Cultural transmission and material culture: breaking down boundaries (Miriam T. Stark, Brenda J. Bowser and Lee Horne, The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ, 2008, 317 pp., ISBN 978-0-81652675-8). Norwegian Archaeological Review. ISSN 0029-3652. 46(1), p. 128–131. doi: 10.1080/00293652.2013.777363.
  • Comer, Douglas; Prescott, Christopher & Soderland, Hilary (2013). Identity and Heritage: Contemporary challenges in a globalizing world. The European Archaeologist. ISSN 1022-0135. 40, p. 42–43.
  • Prescott, Christopher (2013). Skrivarhelleren revisited og konjukturer i landskapsbruken fra sen-neolitikum til førromersk jernalder (2400-200 f.Kr.).

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