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Mats Burström attends TAG UK 2010 conference

Mats Burström attends TAG UK 2010 conference

Mats Burström attends the 32nd Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) annual
meeting held at the University of Bristol, United Kingdom, December
17th-19th. He will give a talk (‘More than a sensitive ear’) about
the role and responsibility of the professional expert within cultural
heritage management using the Bückeberg site as an example. Link to
conference home page: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/archanth/tag/index.html.
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1st Workshop held at Santiago de Compostela, 12-13 December 2009

1st Workshop held at Santiago de Compostela, 12-13 December 2009

The first workshop in this projected was held in Santiago de Compostela, December 12-13, 2009. The workshop was hosted by Felipe Criado Boado and Alfredo González-Ruibal at the Heritage Laboratory, Spanish National Research Agency (LaPa-CSIC). In addition to the members of the project team scholars and students associated with the Heritage Laboratory took part in the workshop. During our two long days of meeting a number of issues were discussed: the project outline and organization, the case studies, future conferences […]


Ruin Memories Launched

Ruin Memories Launched

The Ruin Memories Project site is launched. This site will showcase the work being done by project members.


Modern ruins event at the Observatory, Brooklyn

Modern ruins event at the Observatory, Brooklyn

Modern ruins event at the Observatory, Brooklyn: http://observatoryroom.org/2010/03/07/modern-ruins/.
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NY Times article on photography of ruined Detroit

NY Times article on photography of ruined Detroit

NY Times article on photography of ruined Detroit: http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/04/12/ruin-with-a-view/.
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Ruins of War: three northern WWII sites

Ruins of War: three northern WWII sites

As part of the Ruin Memories project Bjørnar Olsen carried out preliminary fieldwork at three German WWII sites in northernmost Norway and Finland. The rich archaeological remains at these sites provide exceptionally telling statements about the geography and materiality of the northern war and of the human conditions it inflicted. They also make manifest the ambiguous public attitudes toward the heritage of the northern war.

The large Sturmbuck Stellung in Järäma, Enontekio, Finland, was built as a defense position for the […]


Þóra Pétursdóttir joins the Ruin Memories Project

Þóra Pétursdóttir joins the Ruin Memories Project

Þóra Pétursdóttir joins the Ruin Memories team. Thora’s Ph.D. project will be a case study entitled “Industrial ruins and prisitine landscapes: An archaeological approach to the Modernization of Iceland.” Read more about the case study under here.
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Andreassen, Bjerck and Olsen release book: Persistent Memories.

Andreassen, Bjerck and Olsen release book: Persistent Memories.

Elin Andreassen, Hein B. Bjerck and Bjørnar Olsen: Persistent memories. Pyramiden – a Soviet mining town in the High Arctic. Trondheim, Tapir Academic Press (2010).

In 1998 the Russian Arctic Coal Company decided to end its more than 50 years of continuous activity in Pyramiden in the High Arctic archipelago of Norwegian Svalbard. A remarkably abrupt abandonment left behind a mining town devoid of humans but still filled with all stuff constituting a modern industrial settlement. Today the well-equipped Pyramiden survives […]