Elisabeth IregrenProfessor emerita
During my teaching, many seminar papers have focused on Medieval children. We have investigated their societal roles, their health, parental care and diet. One important plan now is to sum up our knowledge in a popular volume on Medieval children. An article on diet, growth and age of the children from Westerhus will also be published.
The research project Medieval people supported by the research council published its final volume in 2009 (se Iregren, Alexandersen, Redin).
Some recent projects
Hunters and gatherers in Northern Sweden: a deepend study of settlements
Collaborators: Elisabeth Iregren, Evert Baudou (prof. em. Umeå)
Man, memories, moral/Body, memories, moral
The anatomical collections of the university will be further investigated from broad scientific perspectives. Not running.
Molecular confirmation of 1700’s plague in S. Sweden. A scientifically broad team will try to spot the first aDNA evidence in the Nordic area of Yersinia pestis. No funding but collaboration with Maintz.
Research group: Torbjörn Ahlström, LU; Caroline Arcini, Riksantikvarieämbetet, UV-Syd, Lund; Barbara Bramanti, Universität Maintz; Gisela Grupe, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; Elisabeth Iregren, Robert Lindemann, University of California, Bodil E.B. Persson, LU.
Recent research outputs
Research output: Contribution to specialist publication or newspaper › Specialist publication article
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Paper in conference proceeding