Partner 2: Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Professor Kristian Kristiansen, dr.phil. (email@example.com)
Key relevant qualifications
The Department of Archaeology and Ancient History is one of the largest in Sweden and has been running collaborative international projects in Sicily, Hungary and Sweden with participants from Stanford University, Northwestern University, University of Illinois (USA) as well as Southampton, Cambridge, Oslo, Santiago Compostela, Budapest (Europe). Finance obtained from EU Research Training Networks as well as national funding. The department is integrating classic archaeology and history with prehistoric archaeology and thus spans all of Europe and the Mediterranean.
1. Kristiansen, K. 1998: Europe before History. Cambridge University Press. (440 pages, 200 FIgures) Also in Spanish.
2. Kristiansen, K. & Larsson, T. 2005. The Rise of Bronze Age Society. Travels. Transmissions and Transformations. Cambridge University Press. 430 pages, 170 Figures. Also in Spanish.
3. Kristiansen, K. 2007 Eurasian Transformations: Mobility, Ecological Change, and the Transmission of Social Institutions in the Third Millennium, and the Early Second Millennium B.C.E. In A. Hornborg & C. Crumley(eds.): The World System and the Earth System. Global Socioenvironmental change and sustainability since the Neolithic. pp.149-162. Left Coast Press.
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