Arctic Chair in Archaeology

Malcolm Lillie

Portrait of Malcolm Lillie, Arctic Chair in Archaeology.
Malcolm Lillie

Malcolm Lillie is a Professor of Archaeology in the Department of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at Umeå University.

Increased research effort is required in the Arctic region in order to investigate how archaeological sites and artefacts are being affected

In Situ Preservation in a Changing Environment

The project question of Malcom Lillie’s project as Arctic Five Chair asks: Can regionally specific drivers of change be determined through the analysis of locations with differing natural and anthropogenic impacts through evaluation of sites that are situated in differing wetland/dryland conditions/locations? 

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