Full CV available on request.

Academic positions and qualifications
12/2016-Postdoctoral Research Fellow, co-hosted by the McDonald Institute for Archaeological research, University of Cambridge, and the Dept. of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo
– 10-month engagement as Associate Professor at the Dept. of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo
2015-2016 – Research/teaching fellowship, University of Oslo
2015 – Basic competence in university pedagogics
2013 –  Visiting scholar at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London
2012-2015 – PhD Research Fellowship, University of Oslo
2010 – MA in Archaeology, University of Oslo

Grants and awards
2016His Majesty the King’s Gold Medal for dissertations of excellence
2015FRIPRO Mobility Grant (c. 3,3 mill NOK) co-funded by the Research Council of Norway and Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions’ COFUND scheme. Project no. 251212.
2013-2016 – Various travel and research grants from the University of Oslo

Teaching experience
I have experience in teaching both undergraduate and graduate students, including supervision of bachelor’s and master’s theses, and PhD writing seminars. My teaching covers Bronze-, Iron-, Viking Age and medieval archaeology, archaeological theory and method, introductory courses to archaeology, and academic writing courses. For a full overview of the courses I teach, see my departmental web page.

Field work
I have field work experience from among others Museum of Cultural History, The Norwegian institute for Cultural Heritage Research and the archaeology department of Akershus County. Among research excavations, I have worked at the Avaldsnes Project and Gokstad Revitalised.