Kristina JennbertProfessor emerita
I am fascinated by the enormous chronological depth which underlies human activity and attitudes to norms and values. The material culture and materiality of archaeology provide a perspective of several thousand years on human cultural expression, mentality and lifestyles. Nature, climate, social interplay and political structures become visible. In my archaeological research, I use theories and methods from natural sciences and social sciences. The humanities constitute a broad research field with room to study cultures from widely differing perspectives. My current areas of research deal with Stone Age issues, mentality studies, the archaeology of religion, the archaeology of landscapes and archaeological ethics.
Recent research outputs
Research output: Book/Report › Report