The more it stays the same, the less it changes

David St. Hubbins

Janne Ikäheimo

FT

University lecturer
Arkeologia

Biography

As an adjunct professor (docent) in all-around archaeology, I am interested in a host of things (see publications), or to paraphrase the late vocalist of Queen, Freddie Mercury: “I'm just an archaeological prostitute, my dear.” At the very moment, in April 2021, I am teaching a 300-level course on the publishing of archaeological research and writing up an article on the provenance of imported flint in Bronze Age northern Finland.

 

Research interests

  • Bronze Age (of Oulujoki river valley)
  • craft beer boom: sociology & material culture
  • LiDAR and convolutional neural networks in archaeology
  • popular music heritage
  • pet cemeteries
  • X-ray fluorescence spectrometry

Databases

Selected publications

  • Seitsonen, Oula; Ikäheimo, Janne (2021) Detecting Archaeological Features with Airborne Laser Scanning in the Alpine Tundra of Sápmi, Northern Finland. - Remote sensing 13 (8), 1599 . [Original] [Self-archived]
  • Ikäheimo, Janne (2021) Hardcore heritage: consecrating the northern anxiety of Terveet Kädet. Music and Heritage : New Perspectives on Place-making and Sonic Identity. Maloney, Liam; Schofield, John. - Ei sarjaa/No series. Abingdon. 173-182. [Original]
  • Ikäheimo, Janne P. (2021) Arctic narratives: brewing a brand with neolocalism. - Journal of brand management online first, online first . [Original]
  • Ikäheimo, Janne (2020) The rescue excavation and reburial of late pet animals as explorative archaeological autoethnography. Entangled beliefs and rituals : religion in Finland and Sápmi from Stone Age to contemporary times. Äikäs, Tiina; Lipkin, Sanna. - Monographs of the archaeological society of finland 8. Oulu. 236-252. [Original]
  • Ikäheimo, Janne; Maijanen, Heli; Matila, Tuuli; Pelttari, Paula (2020) Cape Valmarinniemi: the cemetery of medieval Kemi parish in Northern Finland. - Medieval archaeology 64 (2), 244-272
  • Ikäheimo, Janne (2020) From obvious to ambiguous: A comparative case study of crucible fragments from a bronze age site in northern Finland. - Fennoscandia archaeologica XXXVII, 25-44
  • Ikäheimo, J. (2020) Exclusive craft beer events: liminoid spaces of performative craft consumption. - Food, culture and society online first, online first . [Original]
  • Reynolds, Paul; Ikäheimo, Janne (2020) Late Hellenistic and Roman Pottery from the Tower Deposits of Agios Donatos. Thesprotia Expedition IV : Region transformed by empire. Forsén, Björn. - Papers and monographs of the Finnish Institute at Athens XXIV. Helsinki. 317-386
  • Ikäheimo, Janne (2019) Neolithic native copper finds from Finland and north-west Russia : a multi-method approach. - Fennoscandia archaeologica XXXVI, 87-107
  • Ikäheimo, Janne (2019) Taruja herran tikarista – Oulun Hangaskankaan polttohaudan metallilöydöistä. - Muinaistutkija 2019 (4), 30-41
  • Ikäheimo, Janne; Äikäs, Tiina (2019) The Site of a Film Set as Material Heritage : A Case Study of the Pohjola Village from Rauta-aika (The Age of Iron) TV-Series. - VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 8 (15), 46–58 . [Original]
  • Ikäheimo, Janne (2019) The freshness of the fell streams : contextualizing the success of Lapin Kulta Beer in the 1960s. - Journal of historical research in marketing Recent Articles, - . [Original] [Self-archived]
  • Ikäheimo, Janne; Äikäs, Tiina; Kallio-Seppä, Titta (2019) Memorialization and Heritagization: Investigating the Site of the Last Execution by Hanging in Finland. - Historical archaeology online, online . [Original]
  • Ikäheimo, Janne (2019) Somnium pro templo - On the date and location of the first ecclesiastic building on the Hailuoto island. - Fennoscandia Archaeologica XXXV, 107-119

Projects

Materiaalien käyttö ja neoliittisen maailmankuvan kehittyminen Koillis-Euroopassa 6000-1000 eKr.

Projektin tavoitteena on tutkia Koillis-Euroopan neoliittikumia ja neolitisoitumiskehitystä.

Automatic detection of archaeological sites in airborne laser scanning data

The aim of the LIDARK project is to study how new, high-resolution airborne laser scanning data can be