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Näckrostimmen 5 November: What does archeology have to do with sustainability?
The sustainability challenges facing the world require us to turn every stone to find ideas on solutions.
(Lecture in Swedish. Free admission).
Based on the new book The Oxford Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archeology, associate Professor Christian Isendahl discusses some of the thoughts on the role of Archeology and the knowledge of the past can play in how we can better understand what a sustainable future means. The lecture takes place during Act! Sustainable, November 4-9, 2019
Lecturer: Christian Isendahl, associate Professor of Archeology at the Department of Historical Studies, University of Gothenburg.
Date: 5 November, 2019
Categories: Sustainability, Archeology
Organizer: Gothenburg University Library
Place: Humanities Library, Renströmsgatan 4
Contact person: Anna Svensson