Tim Flohr Sørensen

Tim Flohr Sørensen

Lektor

 

Aktuel ansættelse og hverv

Lektor i samtidsarkæologi og arkæologisk teori, Saxo-instituttet.

Vice-institutleder for Forskning (konstitueret)

Formand for Forskningsudvalget (konstitueret)

Leder af Centrum for Fri Fabulering over Tilfældige Iagttagelser.

Formand for Censorkorpset for Arkæologi, Oldtids- og kulturarvsstudier.

Bestyrelsesmedlem af Dialogues with the Past (den nordiske ph.d.-skole i arkæologi).

 

 

Priser, udmærkelser, medaljer

Ingen

 

Medlemskab af selskaber / Fellowships

Ingen

 

Bevillinger

Hjemtag af ekstern forskningsfinansiering: 198.000 DKK (succesrate: 0,3%)

 

Uddannelse

2020 Leading Research - a leadership course, Københavns Universitet.

2013 Kursus i almen universitetspædagogikum for adjunkter og post.docs, Aarhus Universitet.

2010 Ph.d., Aarhus Universitet, Institut for Antropologi, Arkæologi og Lingvistik, Afdeling for Forhistorisk Arkæologi. Jeg tilbragte 18 måneder af min ph.d.-periode ved University of Cambridge som led i et internationaliseringsstipendium fra Ministeriet for Videnskab, Teknologi og Innovation.

2003 Master of Arts, University of Wales Lampeter, Landscape Archaeology (med udmærkelse).

1999 Bachelor, Københavns Universitet, Nærorientalsk arkæologi.

 

Tidligere ansættelser

2014-2017 Adjunkt, Københavns Universitet, Afdeling for Arkæologi, Saxo-instituttet.

2012-2014 Adjunkt, Aarhus Universitet, Institut for Kultur og Samfund, Afdeling for Arkæologi.

2010-2012 Postdoctoral researcher (Marie Curie Fellow), University of Cambridge, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. Research Associate ved St John’s College, Cambridge (2011-2012).

2009-2010 Videnskabelig assistent, Aarhus Universitet, Institut for Antropologi, Arkæologi og Lingvistik, Afdeling for Forhistorisk Arkæologi.

2006-2009 Ph.d.-stipendiat, Aarhus Universitet, Institut for Antropologi, Arkæologi og Lingvistik, Afdeling for Forhistorisk Arkæologi.

 

Projektdeltagelse

2019- Leder af Centrum for Fri Fabulering over Tilfældige Iagttagelser.

2016-2018 Co-director af pilotprojektet Breaking Glass: The archaeology of financial crisis med Anna S. Beck (Museum Sydøstdanmark / Aarhus Universitet).

2014-2015 Deltager i projektet Concrete Heritage Lab: Rethinking the Port of Aarhus as industrial heritage (ledet af Mads Daugbjerg), finansieret af Aarhus Universitet.

2011-2014 Ansat på projektet Death, Materiality and the Origin of Time (ledet af Professor Rane Willerslev), finansieret af Det Fri Forskningsråd (Sapere Aude-projekt).

2010-2011 Ansat på projektet Forging Identities (ledet af Professor Helle Vandkilde), finansieret af EUs FP7-program.

 

 

Feltarbejde

2019-

Tilfældige iagttagelser af undselige objekter, Danmark og Sverige

2014-

Ruinforskning, forskellige lokaliteter i Danmark.

2016-2018

Holmegaard Glasværk (interiør).

2007-2013
Kirkegårdsforskning, Odsherred, København, Aarhus.

2011
Borum Eshøj (ledet af Dr Mads K. Holst).

1998
Gavurkalesi, Tyrkiet (ledet af Dr Stephen Lumsden).

Kaman Kalehöyük, Tyrkiet (ledet af by Dr Sachihiro Omura).
Rose Cottage Cave, Sydafrika (ledet af Professor Lyn Wadley).

1997
Gavurkalesi, Tyrkiet (ledet af Dr Stephen Lumsden).

 

Fagfællebedømmelser for:

  • Antiquity
  • Archaeological Dialogues
  • Arkæologisk Forum
  • Cambridge Archaeological Journal
  • Current Swedish Archaeology
  • Emotion, Space and Society
  • Estonian Journal of Archaeology
  • European Journal of Archaeology
  • Folklore
  • Forum Kritische Archäologie
  • Gefjon
  • Geografiska Annaler
  • HEROM. Journal on Hellenistic and Roman Material Culture
  • International Journal of Heritage Studies
  • Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory
  • Journal of Contemporary Archaeology
  • Journal of Material Culture
  • Journal of Social Archaeology
  • Material Culture Review
  • Mortality
  • Norwegian Archaeological Review
  • Open Philosophy
  • PLoS ONE
  • Primitive tider
  • Qualitative Sociology
  • Slagmark
  • I tillæg til adskillige bogkapitler og bogforslag

 

Planlægning af konferencer, seminar, workshops, kurser m.v.

2020

Archaeologies of Dwelling and the Built Environment. PhD seminar, organised with Marianne Hem Eriksen (The University of Oslo) for DialPast (the Nordic PhD school for archaeology). 24.2.2020-28.2.2020, Rome, Italy.

2017

Antinomies of Vagueness: Exploring obscurity, vacancy and ambiguity as cultural resource. Conference at the University of Copenhagen, co-organised with Martin Demant Frederiksen (University of Copenhagen). 20.4.2017-21.4.2017. Copenhagen, DK.

2016

Materialities of the Pressing Past: Challenges in post-medieval archaeology and the archaeology of the recent past. PhD seminar, organised with Þóra Pétursdóttir (UiT The Arctic University of Norway) for DialPast (the Nordic PhD school for archaeology). 31.4.2016-4.11.2016, Copenhagen, DK.

On the Trace: Passing, presence and the persistence of the past. Conference at the University of Copenhagen, co-organised with Þóra Pétursdóttir (UiT The Arctic University of Norway). 22.9.2016-23.9.2016. Copenhagen, DK.

2015

Technologies of Disposal: The archaeology of waste, burial and removal. Session at Nordic Theoretical Archaeology Group XV, co-organised with Vivi Lena Andersen (University of Copenhagen), 18.4.2015, Copenhagen, DK.

2014

Concrete Heritage: Industry, Inclusion, Intervention. Conference at Aarhus University, co-organised with Casper Andersen and Mads Daugbjerg (AU). 13.11.2014-14.11.2014. Aarhus, DK.

Crisis: Cultural responses to collapse, conflict and emergency. PhD workshop at Aarhus University, co-organised with Felix Riede and Annette Højen Sørensen (AU). 6.11.2014-7.11.2014, Aarhus, DK.

Technologies of Time: The temporalities of ethnographic and archaeological research in the digital world. PhD workshop at the IT University of Copenhagen, co-organised with Steffen Dalsgaard (ITU), Christopher Gad (ITU) and Michael Eilenberg (Aarhus University). 2.10.2014-3.10.2014, Copenhagen, DK.

Travelling Temporalities. Workshop co-organised with Mette Løvschal, Morten Nielsen and Rane Willerslev (Aarhus University), 6.4.2014-7.4.2014, Aarhus, DK.

2013

Ruination and Conservation: Practical perspectives on the management of architectural heritage. Seminar co-organised with Rainer Atzbach (Aarhus University), 26.9.2013, Aarhus, DK.

Materialities of Passing. Workshop co-organised with Peter Bjerregaard and Anders Emil Rasmussen (Culture Historical Museum Oslo), 20.4.2013-21.4.2013, Oslo, NO.

2012 

Collecting and Recollecting the Past: Heritage at the intersection of practice and analysis. Seminar co-organised with Mads Daugbjerg (Aarhus University), 29.11.2012, Aarhus, DK.

Materialities of Time: Ritual, death and the practice of archaeology. PhD seminar, organised for DialPast (the Nordic PhD school for archaeology). 14.6.2012-16.6.2012, Aarhus, DK.

Understanding Atmospheres: Culture, Materiality and the Texture of the Inbetween. Conference co-organised with Mikkel Bille (University of Copenhagen), Peter Bjerregaard (Culture Historical Museum, Oslo) and Anne Line Dalsgaard (Aarhus University), 16.3.2012-17.3.2012, Aarhus, DK.

2011

Let the Metal Flow. Workshop co-organised with Maikel H.G. Kuijpers (University of Cambridge), 30.9.2012, Cambridge, UK.

2010

Ethics and Politics. PhD seminar co-organised with Maikel H.G. Kuijpers and Marie Louise Stig Sørensen (both University of Cambridge), 28.11.2012-29.11.2012, Cambridge, UK.

2009

The Affective Properties of Architecture. Session at Theoretical Archaeology Group 31, co-organised with Serena Love (Stanford University) and Oliver J.T. Harris (University of Cambridge), 18.12.2009, Durham, UK.

2008

The Presence of Absence: Materiality and Beyond. PhD seminar and conference coorganised with Mikkel Bille (Univeristy College London) and Frida Hastrup (University of Copenhagen), 19.4.2008-20.4.2008, DK.

2007

The Art of Destruction: Phenomenology, Fragmentation and Material Culture. PhD seminar and conference co-organised with Mads Dengsø Jessen and Troels Myrup Kristensen (both Aarhus University), 6.12.2007-7.12.2007, Aarhus, DK.

Intentionality, Dysfunctions and Unintended Consequences. Session at Nordic Theoretical Archaeology Group IX, co-organised with Søren Sindbæk (Aarhus University), 12.6.2007, Aarhus, DK.

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