Per Stenborg is an Associate Professor, researcher and lecturer at the Department of Historical Studies in Gothenburg, Sweden. He has been involved in several research projects concerned with Latin American Archaeology and History and has been director for archaeological field projects in both Argentina and Brazil. In recent years his interests have also come to include topics related to the development of digital methods and procedures for the documentation, analysis and communication of archaeological information.
From 2007 to 2010 he was the project director for the interdisciplinary project ‘Digital time travels: new strategies for archaeologists and cultural heritage management’ (http://www.time-travels.org). From 2011 to 2014 he coordinated the project ‘Cultivated wilderness: socio-economic development and environmental change in pre-Columbian Amazonia’ (http://www.cultivated-wilderness.org). At present he is one of the researchers for the framework project ‘Archaeological information in the digital society’ (http://www.abm.uu.se/research/Ongoing+Research+Projects/ARKDIS/?languageId=1).