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Anatolijs Venovcevs

Stipendiat i Arkeologi Institutt for arkeologi, historie, religionsvitenskap og teologi
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Forskningsprosjekt: Unruly Heritage: An Archaeology of the Anthropocene (Stipendiant, 2018-2022)

Forskning utforsker gruvebyer fra det tjuende århundre i Murmansk regionen, Russland, Finnmark, Norge, og Labrador, Canada gjennom et arkeologisk perspektiv.


Nåværende interesser:

  • Samtidsarkeologi
  • Industriell arkeologi
  • Gruvedrift og utvinningsindustri
  • Sovjetisk historie
  • Nord- og Arktis Canada
  • Moderne ruiner


Annen ekspertise:

  • Etterreformatorisk arkeologi
  • Landskapsarkeologi
  • Geografiske informasjonssystemer
  • Fjernanalyse
  • Kulturminnevern
  • Materiell kultur
  • Jordbrukshistorie
  • Byplanlegging

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Tidligere erfaring:

  • 2016 - 2018, GIS Tekniker. Happy Valley-Goose Bay Kommunen, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
  • 2017,  Forsker og Analytiker, "Community Collections Archaeological Research Project", Newfoundland and Labrador Archaeological Society, North West River, Labrador, Canada.
  • 2014 - 2016, GIS Assistent og Læreassistent, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
  • 2013 - 2014, GIS Læreassistent, Sir Sandford Fleming College, Linday, Ontario, Canada.
  • 2011 - 2013, Ansatte Arkeolog og Spesialist i Material Kultur, Archaeological Services Inc., Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • 2008 - 2010, Felt Arkeolog, Archaeological Services Inc., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
  • 2007 - 2010, Læreassistent, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Utdanning:

  • 2014 - 2017, Mastergrad i Arkeologi, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
  • 2013 - 2014, Ontario College Graduate Certificate, GIS - Applikasjonspesialist, Sir Sandford Fleming College, Lindsay, Ontario, Canada.
  • 2006 - 2010, Bachelorgrad i Arkeologi, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Priser:

  • 2020 SSHRC – Doctoral Fellowship
  • 2020 Fellow of the Institute of Social and Economic Research
  • 2020 Institute of Social and Economic Research, Research Grant
  • 2017 Fellow of the School of Graduate Studies
  • 2016 SSHRC – Doctoral Fellowship
  • 2016 Northern Scientific Training Program
  • 2016 Department of Archaeology Research Excellence Award
  • 2015 School of Graduate Studies Bursary
  • 2015 Provincial Archaeology Office Research Grant
  • 2015 Daniel Weetaluktuk Award
  • 2015 Institute of Social and Economic Research, Master’s Fellowship
  • 2015 Institute of Social and Economic Research, Research Grant
  • 2014 J.R. Smallwood Foundation Research Grant 
  • 2014 Second place winner, 3-Minute Thesis Competition
  • 2014 School of Graduate Studies Bursary, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • 2014 SSHRC – Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship
  • 2014 Dr. Ibrahim Elshayal Excellence in Problem Solving Award

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Språk: Engelsk, Norsk Bokmål, og Russisk

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  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Living with socialism: Toward an archaeology of a post-soviet industrial town. The Extractive Industries and Society 2020. ISSN 2214-790X.s doi: 10.1016/j.exis.2020.10.017.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. W is for Waste, Labrador Encyclopedia. (fulltekst) 2020.

  • Magnani, Natalia; Magnani, Matthew; Venovcevs, Anatolijs; Farstadvoll, Stein. Material Transformations of Memory. (fulltekst) American Anthropologist 2020. ISSN 0002-7294.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Mapping Subterranean Worlds – Public Utilities as Unseen Historical and Social Arenas. GIS Lightning Talks Webinar 2020-04-23 - 2020-04-23 2020.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Before Muskrat: Twin Falls & Our New, Difficult Heritage. (fulltekst) 2020.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Twin Falls – Labrador’s Unruly Industrial Heritage. 2020.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Repairing Toward… Living with Landscape Scars. British Theoretical Archaeology Research Group Meeting 2019-12-15 - 2019-12-18 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Living with Mine Waste. RAW STUDIO: Exploring the afterlife of coal extraction on Svalbard 2019-11-19 - 2019-11-19 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Living with Socialism: Toward an Archaeology of (post?)Soviet Mining Landscapes. Extractive Industries and the Environment: Production, Pollution, and Protest from a Global and Historical Perspective 2019-12-06 - 2019-12-07 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Beyond Local Destruction – Dispersed Agency of Mining. Unruly Heritage Workshop 2019-10-17 - 2019-10-20 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Fast Development, Slow Futures, and Zombie Mines. Visit by the Stockholm Archaeology Department 2019-08-28 - 2019-08-28 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Mining Pasts – Mining Futures. Labrador Research Forum 2019-05-01 - 2019-05-03 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Cabins in the Woods: (Re-)Reflections on Migratory Lives of Euro-Newfoundland Fisher-Farmers. Department of Archaeology Speaker Series 2019-03-01 - 2019-03-01 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Mushroom Picking in the Hazard Area: Lives, Histories, and Memories in Anthropogenic Landscapes. Unruly Heritage Workshop 2019-09-06 - 2019-09-09 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. The Shape of Water(lines): The Materiality of Water Politics in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada. Department of Archaeology Speaker Series 2018-11-30 - 2018-11-30 2018.

  • Brenan, Julia; Venovcevs, Anatolijs; Neilsen, Scott. Peripheral spaces in historical places?: Recent insights from archaeology on the edge of the North Atlantic. Canadian Archaeological Association Conference 2018-10-17 - 2018-10-17 2018.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. W is for Waste, Labrador Encyclopedia. (fulltekst) 2020.

  • Magnani, Natalia; Magnani, Matthew; Venovcevs, Anatolijs; Farstadvoll, Stein. Material Transformations of Memory. (fulltekst) American Anthropologist 2020. ISSN 0002-7294.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Mapping Subterranean Worlds – Public Utilities as Unseen Historical and Social Arenas. GIS Lightning Talks Webinar 2020-04-23 - 2020-04-23 2020.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Before Muskrat: Twin Falls & Our New, Difficult Heritage. (fulltekst) 2020.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Twin Falls – Labrador’s Unruly Industrial Heritage. 2020.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Repairing Toward… Living with Landscape Scars. British Theoretical Archaeology Research Group Meeting 2019-12-15 - 2019-12-18 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Living with Mine Waste. RAW STUDIO: Exploring the afterlife of coal extraction on Svalbard 2019-11-19 - 2019-11-19 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Living with Socialism: Toward an Archaeology of (post?)Soviet Mining Landscapes. Extractive Industries and the Environment: Production, Pollution, and Protest from a Global and Historical Perspective 2019-12-06 - 2019-12-07 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Beyond Local Destruction – Dispersed Agency of Mining. Unruly Heritage Workshop 2019-10-17 - 2019-10-20 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Fast Development, Slow Futures, and Zombie Mines. Visit by the Stockholm Archaeology Department 2019-08-28 - 2019-08-28 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Mining Pasts – Mining Futures. Labrador Research Forum 2019-05-01 - 2019-05-03 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Cabins in the Woods: (Re-)Reflections on Migratory Lives of Euro-Newfoundland Fisher-Farmers. Department of Archaeology Speaker Series 2019-03-01 - 2019-03-01 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. Mushroom Picking in the Hazard Area: Lives, Histories, and Memories in Anthropogenic Landscapes. Unruly Heritage Workshop 2019-09-06 - 2019-09-09 2019.

  • Venovcevs, Anatolijs. The Shape of Water(lines): The Materiality of Water Politics in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada. Department of Archaeology Speaker Series 2018-11-30 - 2018-11-30 2018.

  • Brenan, Julia; Venovcevs, Anatolijs; Neilsen, Scott. Peripheral spaces in historical places?: Recent insights from archaeology on the edge of the North Atlantic. Canadian Archaeological Association Conference 2018-10-17 - 2018-10-17 2018.

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