Experience/Short CV

e-mail: m.h.eriksen (a) leicester.ac.uk

University of Leicester
School of Archaeology and Ancient History

2012-2015 – PhD in Archaeology, University of Oslo
2008-2010 – MPhil in Archaeology, University of Oslo
2005-2008– BA in Archaeology, University of Oslo

2015 – Basic competence in university pedagogics, Faculty of Education, University of Oslo

Academic positions
2/2021-Associate Professor of Archaeology
School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester

10/2017- Associate Professor of Archaeology
Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo

12/2016- Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Co-hosted by the McDonald Institute for Archaeological research, University of Cambridge, and the University of Oslo

2/2016-11/2016 – 10-month engagement as Associate Professor
Dept. of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo

2015-2016 – Research/teaching fellowship
University of Oslo

Grants and awards
2022 Philip Leverhulme Prize in Archaeology (£100,000)

2021-  Fellow of the Young Academy of Europe

2020 ERC Starting Grant for the project Body-Politics (1,5 million EURO) 

2018 D M McDonald Grants and Awards Fund
Funding for the workshop ‘Where the wild things are – From the comfortable domus to glimpses of past ontologies’ (£1000)

2018 Eugen Nielsens legat
One-month research visit to the Norwegian Institute in Rome, Sept. 2019 (c. £1500)

2017 Non-stipendiary Research Fellowship, Clare Hall

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