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Historical, industrial and maritime archaeologist Anton Larsson (Stockholm University) is on the podcast today. He shares details about his PhD research looking at the impacts on archaeology and local community of landslides in western Sweden between 1,000–1,900 CE.
How often and to what extent have landslide events affected Swedish communities in recent centuries? What archival data does Anton access to investigate these effects, and what are the challenges with doing archival-historical research? How does he hope his upcoming findings will inform our understandings of human/societal resilience and the landslide risks of contemporary society? How do natural disasters influence the spatial distribution of archaeological materials and sites as well?
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