Signe Barfoed er ny postdoktor i arkeologi

Signe Barfoed har fått bevilget Internasjonalt mobilitetsstipend fra Norges forskningsråd, og er ansatt som postdoktor i arkeologi. Postdoktorprosjekt Cult, Memory, and Civic Identity in Kalydon er et samarbeid med Classics Department ved University of Reading, hvor hun har tilhold i prosjektets to første år. I det tredje, og siste året, vil vi ha henne tilbake på IAKH.

Bilde av Signe Barfoed

Signe Barfoed.

Signe Barfoed presenterer seg selv på engelsk:

I am a Classical Archaeologist and I have worked on several international projects in Greece, Ukraine and Turkey, both as a surveyor, excavator and pottery analysist. My period of interests span broadly the prehistoric to the early Roman period in Greece, and I am especially interested in questions related to cult, ritual behaviour, and the relations to forming identities.

 

My current research is manyfold. I am working on publishing the pottery and votives from the 1920-30s excavations of the Artemis Laphria sanctuary in Kalydon, Aitolia supported by the Carlsberg Foundation. I am also researching the relationship between cult, memory and ritual behaviour in the creation of identity for my current postdoctoral project funded by the Research Council of Norway. Additionally, I am an active member of the international Kalydon Archaeological Project, directed by IAKH’s Søren Handberg.

Publisert 16. des. 2019 12:41 - Sist endret 16. des. 2019 12:41