October 29, 2018: Title TBA. Invited lecture at the University of Oxford, UK.
October 22, 2018: ‘How to fail the PhD.’ Invited talk at the PhD training, Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo.
October 17, 2018: Title TBA. Invited talk at the Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo.
September, 2018: ‘Dwelling in place: The longhouse bundling past, present, and future in later prehistoric Scandinavia’, EAA 2018, Barcelona.
May 31, 2018: Body objects in domestic space in Iron and Viking Age Scandinavia. Postdoc forum ‘Research Highlight’, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
May 23, 2018: ‘Dwelling with the dead in Iron and Viking Age Scandinavia: Human-house relationality’. Invited lecture at the University of Reading, UK.
May 18, 2018: ‘Living Architecture.’ Contribution in workshop organized by the Material Culture Lab, University of Cambridge, UK.
May 11, 2018: ‘Things as people, people as things: Personhood in the Iron and Viking Ages’. 3 Slide Talk, Clare Hall, Cambridge, UK.
January 24, 2018: ‘Longhouses as temporal assemblages in the Iron and Viking Ages.’ Invited paper given at the conference Time and Temporality in the Viking Age, University of Oslo, Norway.
January 23, 2018: ‘Å finne en livsverden i et stolpehull. Nye perspektiver i skandinavisk bosetningsarkeologi’ [‘transl. Finding a life-world in a posthole: New perspectives in Scandinavian settlement archaeology’]. Invited lecture at the Museum of Archaeology, University of Stavanger, Norway.
October 25, 2017: ‘Bodies and body-objects in domestic space: Atmospheric presence in Scandinavian prehistory’. Invited lecture at the University of Chester, UK.
October 12-13, 2017: ‘Processing, curating, and fragmenting skulls in Iron and Viking Age Scandinavia’. Invited lecture at the Norwegian Institute in Rome, Italy.
August 30-September 3, 2017: ‘Deposited infants as animate objects in Iron-Age Scandinavia’ Paper to be given in the session Burials as complex features: Exploring new approaches to death and burial in archaeology at the EAA 2017, Maastrich.
August 30-September 3, 2017: ‘Can we trace ontology from postholes? A view from Scandinavia’s later prehistory’ Paper to be given in the session Do you see what I see? Theoretical approaches to understanding ancient worldviews at the EAA 2017, Maastrich.
June 8, 2017: ‘House assemblages and domestic space through deep time’. Paper given at Contrasts of Bronze Age Societies – the 14th Nordic Bronze Age Symposium, University of Oslo.
May 31, 2017: ‘The longhouse of Iron-Age Scandinavia: Death, commemoration, and infant deposition’. 31.5.2017. Invited lecture at the McDonald Institute lunch seminars, University of Cambridge, UK.
May 11-14, 2017: ‘Assembling houses, house assemblages: How can we study prehistoric buildings from household perspectives?’ Paper to be given at the Buildings in Society International III conference, Swedish History Museum, Stockholm.
March 23, 2017:
‘Five strategies to fail as a researcher’ Invited talk at the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research, Norway.
March 6, 2017:
‘Archaeology of Dwelling’. Lunch talk given at the Material Cultural Lab, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge, UK.
November 2, 2016:
‘Don’t all mothers love their children? On the deposition of infants and children in the Iron and Viking Ages’. Invited seminar given at Uppsala University, Sweden.
September, 22-23, 2016:
’Traces of resistance, resistance of trace. Architecture, memory, and lived space through deep time in Scandinavia’. Paper given at the On the Trace conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.
September 21, 2016:
‘På terskelen til fortiden: Hus og hall i yngre jernalder’ [trans. ‘On the threshold to the past. House and hall in the late Iron Age’]. Invited lecture given at Midgard historiske senter, Vestfold.
April 22, 2016:
Presentation of the NFR project ‘Archaeology of dwelling’. Invited lecture given at the department seminar series Fredagsseminar, Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo.
March 10, 2016:
‘Doorways: Social mnemonics and narrative spaces in the Viking Age’. Invited paper given at the workshop Memory and Narrative Perspectives on Architectural Spaces in the Old Norse Tradition, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany.