Bjarne Grønnow
  • Frederiksholms Kanal 12

    1220 København K

    Denmark

1980 …2021

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Curriculum

Current affiliation:

Research professor, Arctic archaeology, Ethnographic Collections, The National Museum of Denmark

Degrees/positions:

- dr.phil., University of Copenhagen, 2017

- Research professor, The National Museum of Denmark, 2009 – 14, 2016 -

- PI of the archaeological component of the NOW Project: Archaeological, Biological and Anthropological Research in the Thule Region, North Greenland, 2014 – 2018

- PI of the Carpenter-Meldgaard Project, The National Museum of Denmark, 2009 – 2014

- Head of ‘SILA – The Greenland Research Centre’, 2nd term, 2005 – 2008

- Senior researcher and curator, Ethnographic Collections, The National Museum of Denmark, 2004

- Head of ‘SILA – The Greenland Research Centre at the National Museum’, 1st term, 1999-2003.

- Director, Historical-Archaeological Experimental Centre in Lejre, 1995-99.

- British Academy Visiting Professor, University of Southampton, University of Cambridge and   University of Oxford, 1993

- Associate professor, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Uni. of Copenhagen, 1993 - 95

- Assistant professor at the Institute of Prehistoric and Classical Archaeology, 1987-93

- PI of the Qeqertasussuk Project, Qasigiannguit Museum and University of Copenhagen, 1984 - 1990

- Mag.art. prehistoric archaeology, University of Copenhagen, 1986

Honorary offices etc.:

- Conferred the Julius Bomholt Prize, The Ministry of Culture. 2018.

- Member of the Presidium of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, 2015 -

- Member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, 2013 -

- Conferred the Order of the Knighthood of Dannebrog, 2009

- Member of the Research Board of the Danish Ministry of Culture, 2005 – 2012

- Head of external examinators, prehistoric archaeology, Danish Ministry of Educ./Research, 1996 - 2009.

- Member of the board of Arctic Institute, Copenhagen, 1998 -

Education/Academic qualification

Prehistoric Archaeology

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