Talk title: Memory Maps: The Mnemonics of West-Central European Iron Age Burial Mounds. Visit Bettina Arnold's web page Part 1 Introduction Part 2 Gender Ideology and Mortuary Analysis Chapter 3 1. Archäologie in Deutschland 2017 2 : 5. It is therefore important to make a shift or at least add a new perspective to the study of death in archaeology. The Vix Princess redux: a retrospective on European Iron Age gender and mortuary studies. Tübinger Schriften zur Ur- und Frühgschichtlichen Archäologie 4.
Even in these cases, however, one must usually make assumptions about the manufacture and use of burial offerings. Tag der Archäologie joint meeting of the Gesellschaft für Archäologie in Württemberg und Hohenzollern e. During this time, she began focusing on Viking-Age art, which in the past has been dominated by formalistic investigation of abstracted animal-style art. Saturday August 18 , 2:30-3:30pm; Sunday August 19, 12:30-1:30pm, 2001. Talk title: Belted Women and Dagger Men: Technology Brings European Iron Age Back to Life.
Radio interview with Südwestrundfunk Radio 4 Tübingen featuring a report on the 2002 Landscape of Ancestors excavation of Tumulus 18 in the Speckhau mound group. Cases are broad in temporal and geographic scope—from Inuit burials in Alaska and Oneota mortuary rituals to Viking Scandinavia, Neolithic China and Iron Age Britain. Visit Bettina Arnold's web page. The results indicate that there are only minor differences in the mortuary treatment of females and males. Blair Gibson eds , Tribe and Polity in Late Prehistoric Europe: Demography, Production and Exchange in the Evolution of Complex Social Systems, pp.
The lake dwelling diaspora and natural history museums: identity, collecting and ethics. Invited speaker, University of Pittsburgh Department of Anthropology Colloquium. The Celts in the Iberian Peninsula. Ariès 1974, Walter 1994 : One can be obsessed with the question of how to delay the soul from vanishing while the dead body is dissolving, or how to secure a safe journey of the soul to a proper afterlife. Interviewed by Deutschlandfunk German National Radio about the Lakefront braggot experiment November 11, 2016.
Research on the material culture of Viking Age graves in Iceland, and Icelandic Viking Age archaeology more generally, has long been strongly influenced and restricted by the established authority of the written sources. In Celeste Ray and Manuel Fernández-Götz eds , Historical Ecologies and Complex Societies: Festschrift for Carole Crumley. Talk title: Landscapes of the Living Dead: The Early Iron Age of West Central Europe. Nineteenth Visiting Scholar Conference, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, April 19-20, 2002: Biomolecular Archaeology. Despite the theoretical emphasis on context, multiplicity, and fluidity, binary starting points continue to streamline the spectrum of variability that is recognized, often reproducing normative assumptions in the evidence.
Talk title: Belted Women and Dagger Men: Technology Brings European Iron Age Back to Life. This seeks to bring recent changes in art historical methods and theory to the attention of medieval archaeologists, suggesting that interdisciplinary cooperation between archaeology and the humanistic disciplines, including art history, should be strengthened. July-August 1987 Excavations at Bad Buchau, Baden-Württemberg Germany. Instead of being caught up in a fixed web of social roles and status, people are seen as active in the construction and manipulation of their and others social being. A dialogue with American historical archaeology prompts a more narrative, microscale approach, explored here through a case study of burial practice as an extension of the social role of mothering. Public lecture: A Landscape of Ancestors: Early Iron Age Celts on the Upper Danube.
Visit Bettina Arnold's web page. Theme: You Are What You Wear: Clothing and Adornment in the Ancient World. Invited speaker, University of Basel, January 13, 2012. Among these are various approaches inspired by feminist theory where the social construction of gender is considered through analysis of material variation e. Counts and Bettina Arnold eds , The Master of Animals in Old World Iconography, pp. Journal of Anthropological Research, 54: 271-273. Journal of European Archaeology 3 2 : 153-168.
Talk title: Intersectionality, Personal Ornament and Gender Marking in Early Iron Age Southwest Germany. Invited speaker, Archaeological Institute of America Haupt Lecturer, New York University, February 21, 2013. Talk title: Belted Ladies and Dagger Men: Technology Brings European Iron Age Back to Life. Center for Celtic Studies: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Interviewed at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis June 1992. Es probable, como se ha señalado en otras ocasiones, que no todos los enterramientos con ajuar de armas sean masculinos , ya que el armamento también puede indicar otro tipo de pertenencia, linajes, etnias, etc.
Session title: Interpretations of Gender Identity in Mortuary Contexts. Polish Academy of the Sciences. . We start out the hypothesis according to the reconstruction and interpretation of the process of death as a cultural fact with its archaeological limits. Interviewed by Associate Editor Andrew Curry, U. Crabtree and Peter Bogucki eds , Encyclopedia of the Barbarian World, pp. Expedition: The Magazine of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology 45 1 : 8-13.
Agency in architectural choice: the Heuneburg hillfort as monument and metaphor. Studies of colonialism, imperialism, and interaction have undergone sequential shifts into new territory, while topics related to sacred activity, political apparatuses, and the ruler-subject relationship have undergone substantial reworking. Power and Status Shifts in the Heuneburg Archaeological Landscape. Invited speaker, Wisconsin Archaeological Society. Beyond the mists: forging an ethnological approach to Celtic studies, with D. A tripartite approach considering osteological trauma patterns, mortuary commemoration, and new interpretations of community life leads us to suggest an alternate interpretation-one in which Morton Village women are, in at least some instances, considered as active defenders of their community and lifeways rather than passive victims of violence.