I am specialising in the reception history of Christianity, currently exploring the exhibitions of Dead Sea Scrolls.
I have the following education:
As a PhD Research Fellow, I am currently examining the exhibitions of Dead Sea Scrolls in the 20th and 21st centuries, in which more than 100 exhibitions have taken place. The scrolls from the Dead Sea were found between 1946/47 and ’56, and are considered one of the most important archaeological findings of the twentieth century. My research focuses on the function the Scrolls have played in the exhibitions.
My academic interests includes (but are not limited to) reception history, digital humanities, museoloogy, and history didactics.
My PhD project is tentatively titled "Christianising the Dead Sea Scrolls? An Investigation of the Scrolls Exhibitions of the 20th and 21st Centuries".
Additionally, I am connected to the following projects:
Kjeldsberg, Ludvik A. “Forfalskede Relikvier? Aktører innenfor det kristne høyres bruk av ‘Dødehavsruller’.” MA diss., University of Agder, 2018.
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