Joakim Goldhanh

Professor
School of Cultural Sciences
Linnaeus University
Page: http://linnaeus.academia.edu/JoakimGoldhahn
http://lnu.se/employee/joakim.goldhahn?l=en

Fields of interest:

Archaeological theory,

North European rock art,

Scandinavian Bronze Age

Recent publications:

J. Goldhahn:
Bredarör på Kivik – en arkeologisk odyssé.
Artres Liberales, Simrishamn, 2013

A. Brown, R. Bradley, J. Goldhahn, J. Nord, P. Skoglund, et al.:
The environmental context of a prehistoric rock carving on the Bjäre Peninsula, southern Sweden.
Journal of Archaeological Science, 38 (2011) 746-752.

J. Goldhahn:
The key chain of archaeology is not stronger than its weakest link.
Current Swedish Archaeology (2010) 35-40.

J. Goldhahn:
Lofta 309 – en arkeologisk undersökning av ett av Sveriges största skålgropsblock.
Linnéuniversitetet, Kalmar, 2010

J. Goldhahn:
Bredarör on Kivik: a monumental cairn and the history of its interpretation.
Antiquity. 83 (2009) 359-371.

J. Goldhahn:
Inga lik i lasten. En arkeologisk seminarieutgrävning av en skeppsformad stensättning på RAÄ Lofta 148:1, Västerviks kommun, Småland.
Högskolan i Kalmar, Kalmar, 2009.

J. Goldhahn:
Om krigens minnen och att minnas krig – Hvidegårdsgraven revisited #2.
Högskolan i Kalmar, Kalmar, 2009.

J. Goldhahn, T. Oestigaard:
From the dead to the living – death as transactions and re-negotiations.
Norwegian Archaeological Review. 39, (2006) 27-48.

J. Goldhahn:
We paint and we are proud of it.
Norwegian Archaeological Review 38 (2005) 55-60-64-67.

J. Goldhahn:
Roaring rocks – an audio-visual perspective on hunther-gatherer engravings in Northern Sweden and Scandinavia.
Norwegian Archaeological Review 35 (2002) 29-61.