Department of Archaeology and Religious Studies

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  • Research areas — sec­tion for Archaelogy

    • Jasin­ski, Marek E.: mar­itime archaeology
    • Jør­gensen, Lise Ben­der: archae­o­log­i­cal tex­tiles and cloth­ing in Europe and the Roman world; crafts­man­ship and tech­nol­ogy as forms of knowl­edge; his­tory of archaeology
    • Sognnes, Kalle: rock-​art; Maya cul­ture; Viking Age Nor­way; Iron Age and Medieval remains at the outer coast
    • Søreide, Fredrik: under­wa­ter archae­ol­ogy: meth­ods, appli­ca­tions of archae­o­log­i­cal prin­ci­ples in under­wa­ter envi­ron­ments and asso­ci­ated skills; deep-​water archae­ol­ogy: tech­nol­ogy and meth­ods, appli­ca­tions of archae­o­log­i­cal prin­ci­ples in deep­wa­ter envi­ron­ments and asso­ci­ated skills
    • Waller­ström, Thomas: medieval changes of soci­ety with spe­cial regard to the many anony­mous peo­ple; north­ern Scan­di­na­vian archae­ol­ogy c. 900‑1750 AD; historic-​archaeological prob­lems about the­ory and method; archae­ol­ogy and soci­ety; archae­ol­ogy and DNA
    • Wes­t­er­dahl, Chris­ter: mar­itime cul­ture and cos­mol­ogy; south­ern Sami

    Research areas — sec­tion for Reli­gious Studies

    • Bergmann, Sig­urd: patris­tics and late antiq­uity; sys­tem­atic the­ol­ogy; con­tex­tual the­ol­ogy; ethics; envi­ron­men­tal ethics and envi­ron­men­tal phi­los­o­phy; reli­gion, nature and cul­ture; visual arts and aes­thet­ics; indege­nous art; archi­tec­ture and art
    • Dyren­dal, Asb­jørn: satanism and West­ern eso­teric cur­rents; reli­gion and pop­u­lar cul­ture; con­spir­acy the­o­ries; the­ory and method in the study of ‘religon’
    • Eggen, Renate Ban­schbach: New Tes­ta­ment stud­ies; the para­bles of Jesus; para­ble the­ory; alle­gory; metaphor; New Tes­ta­ment exe­ge­sis; reli­gious edu­ca­tion in pre-​school teacher education
    • Inder­gaard, Bjørn Kris­t­ian: Antiquity
    • Karl­saune, Gus­tav Erik Gul­lik­stad: soci­ol­ogy of reli­gion; videoanalysis
    • Keul, István: reli­gions of South Asia; eth­nic­ity and reli­gion in East-​Central Europe; the­o­ret­i­cal and method­olog­i­cal approaches in the aca­d­e­mic study of religions
    • Mårtens­son, Ulrika: rela­tions between epis­te­mol­ogy, hermeneu­tics and the­ory of state in medieval and con­tem­po­rary Islamic thought; Islamic fun­da­men­tal­ism and glob­al­i­sa­tion; epis­te­mol­ogy and method­ol­ogy in Islamic studies
    • Rian, Dagfinn: Judaism; minori­ties in the Mid­dle East; Old Tes­ta­ment stud­ies; reli­gious education
    • Ulrich­sen, Jarl: The New Tes­ta­ment; Bib­li­cal Lan­guages; Qum­ran; Apoc­rypha and Pseudepigrapha


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