Starting up: moving to Bergen and beginning work at UiB

Practicalities March 1st 2019 was my first day of work on the ArcNames Project at the Department of Archaeology at the University of Bergen and the first three months have all been about getting the project up and running. Ahead of the project start, a lot of footwork had already been put in. Getting a mobility grant puts you in for an exciting adventure, but the logistics can be trying. Our family moved from the hustle-bustle of Nørrebro in Copenhagen to an idyllic housing area outside Bergen in October 2018. Bringing my writing with me from my research position at Continue reading Starting up: moving to Bergen and beginning work at UiB

Welcome to the ArcNames blog

ArcNames. Individuals, social identities and archetypes – the oldest Scandinavian personal names in an archaeological light is a research project led by Dr. Sofie Laurine Albris and hosted at the University of Bergen. On this site you can follow the project activities. The project is an Individual Fellowship funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 797386.