Cornelius Holtorf Replies to Questions on Resilience and Vulnerability

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Cornelius Holtorf: I read prehistoric archaeology, social anthropology and physical anthropology in Germany, England and Wales. In 1998 I gained my PhD and was subsequently employed in research and teaching at the University of Gothenburg (1998–1999), the University of Cambridge (1999–2002), the Swedish National Heritage Board in Stockholm (2002–2004) and the University of Lund (2005–2008).

Since 2008 I have been working at Kalmar where I am currently a Professor of Archaeology at Linnaeus University and Director of the Graduate School in Contract Archaeology (GRASCA).

Since 2017 I have been holding a UNESCO Chair on Heritage Futures at Linnaeus University.

Prof. Cornelius Holtorf
Department of Cultural Sciences
Linnaeus University
391 82 Kalmar

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