At the EAA session "Populism, identity politics and the archaeology of Europe", Elisabeth Niklasson and I will present a paper entitled "Conditions of influence: What enables the Scandinavian populist right to impact heritage governance?".
Read the abstract of our upcoming paper "Archaeology 'off the record' - Ethnical and methodological challenges when studying up" for the EAA session on Messy Methods.
Join us for the EAA session "Messy methods: Heritage studies and the quest for multi-methodological approaches".
Upcoming paper on Norway on the World Heritage Committee at the ACHS 2018 conference.
Upcoming paper on Australia’s resistance to World Heritage In Danger Listings at the ACHS 2018 conference.
Read our abstract for the upcoming conference "Heritage Studies: Critical Approaches and New Directions" in London.
Join Elisabeth Niklasson and I for the session "Archaeology and the European far-right: attitudes and responses from heritage bureaucracies" at EAA in Maastricht.