SARG is a research group which connects scholars from the Department of Archaeology, History, Religious Studies and Theology and the Arctic University Museum (both at UiT-Arctic University of Norway) as well as from NIKU (Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research) for collaboration on early northern hunter-gatherer societies. The group is lead by Charlotte Damm and Marianne Skandfer. The group receives funding from the Faculty of Humanities, Social Science and Education for the period 2015-2023.
The key aim of the group is to advance research on hunter-fisher-gatherer communities during the early prehistoric periods in the North. The focus in on the period 9500-0 BC, covering the traditional Stone Age periods as well as the early metal using phases.
The objectives of the group are multiple:
The group will focus on a number of interrelated themes:
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