2022

Upcoming

Doctoral candidate Thierry-Olivier Ford
Time and place: Oct. 14, 2022 12:30 PM, Gamle festsal

Master Thierry-Olivier Ford at the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History will defend his dissertation Revisiting the surface, Edvard Munch and varnishes. A group case study and non-invasive approach to conservation decision-making for painting collections for the degree of philosophiae doctor (PhD).

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Doctoral candidate Svein Vatsvåg Nielsen
Time and place: Sep. 27, 2022 12:30 PM, Gamle festsal

Master Svein Vatsvåg Nielsen at the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History will defend his dissertation In the wake of farming. Studies of demographic and economic variability in Southern Norway in the period 4500–1700 BCE for the degree of philosophiae doctor (PhD).

Doctoral candidate Alexandre Simon-Ekeland
Time and place: Mar. 7, 2022 3:45 PM6:30 PM, U40, Domus Theologica

Master Alexandre Simon-Ekeland at the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History will defend his dissertation Making French Polar Exploration, 1860s-1930s for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor (PhD). 

Doctoral candidate Grethe Bjørkan Bukkemoen
Time and place: Feb. 4, 2022 12:30 PM, Sophus Bugges hus, auditorium 2 / Zoom

Cand.philol Grethe Bjørkan Bukkemoen at the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History will defend her dissertation An Archaeology of Commensal Spaces. Crafts, culinary practice and the household in the transition from the Early to the Late Iron Age in Norway for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor (PhD).

Doctoral candidate Henrik Olav Mathiesen
Time and place: Jan. 21, 2022 3:45 PM, Gamle festsal / Zoom

Master Henrik Olav Mathiesen at the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History will defend his dissertation The Epistolary Practices of Norwegian Emigrants and the Emergence of a Transatlantic Public Sphere, ca. 1835–1870 for the degree of philosophiae doctor (PhD).

Doctoral candidate Ingar M. Gundersen
Time and place: Jan. 20, 2022 12:30 PM, Domus Theologica, Auditorium U40 / Zoom

Cand.philol. Ingar M. Gundersen at the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History will defend his dissertation Iron Age Vulnerability. The Fimbulwinter hypothesis and the archaeology of the inlands of eastern Norway for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor (PhD).