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The Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History covers the entire human history, from the first hunter-gatherers to modern history. The research is based on historical sources and archaeological evidence, as well as the conservation of objects and paintings.

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Dialogues with the Past

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The Nordic Graduate School in Archaeology, ‘Dialogues with the Past’ (DIALPAST), is a well-established research school for PhD students from the Nordic countries, Kiel, St.Petersburg and the Baltics

The Norwegian Research School in History

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The Norwegian Graduate School in History is a research school for PhD students of history. 

For International Academic Staff

Practical information for international researchers and staff.