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We are happy to have two new members on board; Icelandic artist, Þorgerður Ólafsdóttir, and Alexa Spiwak, PhD fellow in archaeology at the University of Oslo. Alexa and Þorgerður will be working on exciting projects, exploring the nature-cultures of slate heritage, Surtsey island and earth-found plastics. Slate heritage Alexa’s PhD project, tentatively titled Splitting Stones:Continue reading “Excavated plastics and slate heritage: new members of the RoN team”
Relics of Nature has announced two project affiliated fellowships, a PhD position (4 years) and a postdoctoral fellowship (3,5 years). Both positions are fully funded and based at the University of Oslo. Deadline for applications is 1 September 2021. Applications are submitted online through Job Norge. Here, you can learn more and apply for theContinue reading “PhD and Postdoc positions available!”
Welcome to the new website for the Relics of Nature project (RoN)! RoN is a 4 year research project (2021-2025) funded by the Norwegian Research Council. The project is based at the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History at the University of Oslo, and has participants in Sweden, UK, Australia and Iceland. The project’s scopeContinue reading “Relics of Nature – New website”
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