Rune Iversen

Rune Iversen

Associate Professor

Primary fields of research

The Neolithic, Neolithic art, 4th and 3rd millennium BC, the Early Neolithic, Middle Neolithic and Late Neolithic, earliest Bronze Age, material and cultural boundaries, continuity and change, cultural diversity and identity, migration, archaeolinguistics.

Current research

Teaching

I teach several courses at BA and MA level including: Archaeology, period 3 (Neolithic and Bronze Age in Denmark and Northern Europe); Archaeological Documentation and Analysis; Archaeological Field Techniques and Excavation; Introduction to Archaeology; European Connections; Scandinavian Archaeology.

Supervision of MA theses

I mainly supervise theses concerning the Neolithic and Bronze Age but also more methodological and theoretical theses that run across the traditional archaeological periodization.

I have supervised 14 theses since 2016.

PhD and Postdoc supervision

Mikkel Johansen Nørtoft (PhD): Social dynamics in Neolithic and Bronze Age Europe: Investigating the male-dominance narrative through archaeology, aDNA, and linguistics.

Mathias Paul Bjørnevad-Ahlqvist (postdoc): Deep histories of migration: the early Neolithic around the North Sea.

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