photo of the doctoral students gathered

Grasca – graduate school in contract archaeology

The Graduate School in Contract Archaeology (GRASCA) is a research school for Swedish contract archaeology. Since 2015, eight doctoral students have been conducting research on how Swedish contract archaeology can enhance its impact in society and extend its market.

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The research school is a unique venture financed by The Knowledge Foundation and Linnaeus University in collaboration with the following participating companies: Bohuslän Museum, Jamtli in Östersund, Kalmar County Museum Department of Museum Archaeology and the conservation service, Västarvet Studio Västsvensk Konservering. For more information, please contact the Director of the Research School, Professor Cornelius Holtorf.

graduate students in grasca
The graduate students in GRASCA (from left to right): Jonathan Lindström, Ivonne Dutra Leivas, Ulrika Söderström, Clara Alfsdotter, Vivian Smits, Delia Ní Chíobhaín Enqvist, Charina Knutson och Fredrik Gunnarsson.

Presentation of the projects

Read more about the project at each doctoral students' page.

Västarvet Studio Västsvensk Konservering