References

Selected member's publications

Aranda, G., Montón-Subías, S., Sánchez-Romero, M., and Alarcón, E. (2009), Death and everyday life: The Argaric societies from Southeast Iberia.

Aranda, G., Montón-Subías, S. and Jiménez-Brobeil, S.(2009), Conflicting Evidence? Weapons and Skeletons in the Bronze Age of Southeast Iberia.

Arnold, B. (2004), Machtbeziehungen und Geschlechterdifferenz in der vorgeschichtlichen Eisenzeit Europas.

Arnold, B. (2005), Mobile men, sedentary women? Material culture as a marker of regional and supra-regional interaction in Iron Age Europe.

Arnold, B. (2008), Reading the Body: Geschlechterdifferenz im Totenritual der frühen Eisenzeit.

Arnold, B. (2012), The Vix Princess redux: a retrospective on European Iron Age gender and mortuary studies. In Lourdes Prados Torreira (ed.) La Arqueología funeraria desde una perspectiva de género, pp. 215-232. Madrid: UA Ediciones.

Arnold, B. (2012), "Soul Stones": Unmodified Quartz and Other Lithic Material in Early Iron Age Burials. In Peter Anreiter, Eszter Bánffy, László Bartosiewicz, Wolfgang Meid and Carola Metzner-Nebelsick (eds) Archaeological, Cultural and Linguistic Heritage: Festschrift for Erzsébet Jerem in Honour of her 70th Birthday, pp. 47-56. Budapest: Archaeolingua.

Arnold, B. (2012), Gender and temporality in Iron Age west-central Europe. In Mary Jo Maynes and Marynel Ryan (eds) Temporalities and Periodization in Human History: Conversations across the Disciplines of History and Archaeology Special Section Social Science History 36(1): 85-112.

Arwill-Nordbladh, E.(2008), Twelve Timely Tales: On Biographies of Pioneering Women Archaeologists.

Berseneva, N. (2008), Are all warriors male? Gender roles on the ancient eurasian steppe.

Dezhamkhooy, M., Papoli Yazdi , L., (2012), Breaking Borders: an Archaeology of an Intersex in a traditional society: The material culture of an intersex in Bam (south eastern Iran). Sexuality and Culture journal, 1-17.

Dezhamkhooy, M. (2012), An introduction to gender structure and social inequality in Sasanian empire, Iran. Archaeological Science Journal, Vol. 1(1), 1-4.

Dezhamkhooy, M. (2011), The Interaction of Body, Things and the Others in Constituting Feminine Identity in Lower Socio-Economic Ranks of Bam, Iran. Archaeologies: Journal of the World Archaeological Congress, 1-15.

Díaz-Andreu, M., El estudio del género en el Arte Levantino: una asignatura pendiente.

Díaz-Andreu, M.(1998), Iberian Post-Palaeolithic Art and Gender: Discussing Human Representations in Levantine Art.

Díaz-Andreu, M. (2000), Identità di genere e archeologia. In Terrenato, N. (ed.) Archeologia Teorica. Firenze, Insegna del Giglio: 361-388.

Díaz-Andreu, M.(2003), Rock Art and Ritual Landscape in Central Spain: the Rock carvings of La Hijanosa (Cuenca).

Díaz-Andreu, M.(2003), Identitet roda i arheologija.

Díaz-Andreu, M. (2003, Identitet roda i arheologija - Sinteticki pogled. Genero 2: 67-92.

Díaz-Andreu, M. (2005), Gender identity. In Díaz-Andreu, M. et al. (eds.), The Archaeology of Identity. approaches to gender, age, status, ethnicity and religion. London, Routledge: 13-42.

Díaz-Andreu, M. (2005), Género y Arqueología: una nueva síntesis. In Sánchez Romero, M. (ed.) Arqueología y Género. Monografías de Arte y Arqueología nº 64. Granada, Universidad de Granada: 13-51.

Díaz-Andreu, M. (2012), [REVIEW OF] Liv H. Dommasnes, T. Hjørungdal, S. Montón Subías, M. Sánchez Romero and N. Wicker, eds. Situating Gender in European Archaeology (Budapest: Archaeolingua, 2010, 309 pp., with illustrations, pbk, ISBN 978-963-9911-15-4). European Journal of Archaeology 15: 324-327.

Díaz-Andreu, M. and Montón Subías, S. (2012), Feminist and Gender Issues in southwestern Europe: Spanish, Portuguese and French prehistoric archaeologies. In Bolger, D.L. (ed.) A Companion to Gender Prehistory. Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell: 438-457.

Díaz-Andreu, M. (2013), Género y Antigüedad: propuestas desde la tradición angloamericana. In Domínguez Arranz, A. (ed.) Política y género en la propaganda en la Antigüedad. Antecedentes y legado. Gijón, Ediciones Trea: 37-61.

Díaz-Andreu, M. (2014), Historia del estudio del género en Arqueología. In Vizcaíno, A. et al. (eds.), Desmuntant Lara Croft. Dones, arqueologia i universitat. Saguntum Extra 15. València, Universitat de València: 25-32.

Dommasnes,L.H., Hjørungdal, T., Montón-Subías. S., Sánchez Romero, M., Wicker, N.L. (2010), Situating Gender in European Archaeologies.

Engelstad, E., Challenging Situatedness.

Fries, J.E. and Gutsmiedl-Schümann, D. (eds.) (2013), Ausgräberinnen, Forscherinnen, Pionierinnen. Ausgewählte Portraits früher Archäologinnen im Kontext ihrer Zeit Münster: Waxmann.

Galanidou, N., (2007), In a child’s eyes: Human origins and the Paleolithic in children’s book illustrations, στο Telling Children about the Past: an Interdisciplinary Perspective, Ν. Galanidou και L. H. Dommasnes (eds.), Ann Arbor: International Monographs in Prehistory, 145-172.

Galanidou, N., (2008), The Palaeolithic for children. Text and identity, στο Children, identities and the past, L.H. Dommasnes & Anne Agotnes (eds.), Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 181-205.

Galanidou, N., (2009), On the contribution of women in the history of human evolution (in Greek), in Psifides, Volume in Honor of Stella Papadaki, C. Loukos and O. Gratziou (eds.), Herakleio: Crete University Press, 351-366.

García Luque, A.(2007), ¿Actividades de mantenimiento en el registro funerario? El caso de las necrópolis íberas.

García Luque, A., El ámbito infantil en los espacios de culto de Cástulo (Jaén, España).

Gutsmiedl-Schuemann, D. (2011), Alter- und geschlechtsspezifische Zuweisung von Hand- und Hauswerk im frühen Mittelalter nach Aussage von Werkzeug und Gerät aus Gräbern der Münchner Schotterebene

Gutsmiedl-Schuemann, D. (2014), Vom kleinen Mädchen zur jungen Frau. Rekonstruktionen von Lebensabschnitten weiblicher subadulter Individuen aufgrund von archäologischen Funden aus merowingerzeitlichen Gräbern der Münchner Schotterebene

Hansen, G. (2010), New Pathways for Women in Twelfth-century Bergen, Norway?

Hansen, G. (2006), Kvinner, barn og pølsepinner – Demografiske drypp fra det eldste Bergen

Hernando, A.,(2000), Factores estructurados asociados a la identidad de género femenina. La no-inocencia de una construcción socio-cultural.

Hernando, A., (2008), Género y sexo. Mujeres, identidad y modernidad.

Hernando, A., (2010), Gender, Individualization, and Affi ne/Consanguineal Relationships in “Egalitarian Societies”: The Awá-Guajá Case.

Hroníková, L., (2015), The Gender Roles in Late Stone Age Societies According to Skeletons and Stone Tools

Koch, J., Worlds of Gender. The Archaeology of Women's Lives around the Globe.

Kokkinidou, D. and Nikolaidou, M.(2007), Feminism and Greek Archaeology: an encounter long over-due.

L. H. Dommasnes, T. Hjørungdal, S. Montón-Subías, M. Sánchez Romero, and N. Wicker (2010). Situating Gender in European Archaeologies. Flyer and cover.

Lozano, S.(2008), El sistema sexo-género en la edad de bronce egea: los frescos de Knossos y Akrotiri.

Matic, U., Power over the body.

Merc, V.(2005), Spol in arheologija. Bibliometrièna analiza Praistorije jugoslavenskih zemalja.

Montón-Subías, S., Cooking in Zooarchaeology: Is This Issue Still Raw?

Montón-Subías, S., González Marcén, P. and Picazo Gurina, M.(2007), Continuidad y cambio social en la cultura material de la vida cotidiana.

Montón-Subías, S. and Sánchez Romero, M.(2008), Engendering Social Dynamics: The Archaeology of Maintenance Activities.

Montón-Subías, S.(2010), Muerte e identidad femenina en el mundo argárico.

Montón-Subías, S.(2010), Black Swans and Archaeological inerpretation.

Montón-Subías, S.(2010), Reply to Comments from Liv Helga and John Robb.

Montón-Subías, S.(2000), Las mujeres y su espacio: una historia de los espacios sin espacio en la Historia.

Montón-Subías, S.(2007), Interpreting archaeological continuities: an approach to transversal equality in the Argaric Bronze Age of south-east Iberia.

Moraw, S. and Kieburg, A. (2014), Mädchen im Altertum/Girls in Antiquity.

Moraw, S., Die Schöne und das Biest: Weibliche Mischwesen in der Spätantike.

Moraw, S., Virtus und Sünde. Nacktheit in der lateinischen Spätantike.

Moraw, S., Review of: Lukas Thommen, Antike Körpergeschichte.

Moraw, S., Schönheit und Sophrosyne. Zum Verhältnis von weiblicher. Nacktheit und bürgerlichem Status in der attischen Vasenmalerei.

Moraw, S. (2015), Vom männlichen Bestehen einer Gefahr zur Ideologie der totalen Vernichtung: Skylla und die Sirenen von Homer bis Herrad von Hohenburg. Visual Past 2.1, 89–135.

Papoli Yazdi, L., Dezhamkhooy, M. (2014), The last episode of An Iranian teacher’s bag, Children's lives as the smaller copies of their parents in contemporary Iran. International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 1-16.

Prados, L., Y la mujer se hace visible: estudios de género en la arqueología ibérica.

Prados, L., The Image of Women in Iberian Culture (6th-1st Century B.C).

Prados, L.(2006), Mujer y espacio sagrado: haciendo visibles a las mujeres en los lugares de culto de época ibérica.

Rebay K. (2002). Die hallstattzeitliche Grabhügelgruppe von Zagersdorf im Burgenland. Wissenschaftliche Arbeiten aus dem Burgenland 107. Eisenstadt: Amt der burgenländischen Landesregierung.

Rebay K. (2006). Das hallstattzeitliche Gräberfeld von Statzendorf, Niederösterreich. Universitätsforschungen zur Prähistorischen Archäologie 135. Bonn: Rudolf Habelt.

Rebay K. (2007). 'Plotting social change: the Cemetery of Statzendorf, Austria as an example of changing burial rites at the beginning of the Early Iron Age in Central Europe,' in Perceptions of Space and Time: Archaeology’s Final Frontier. Edited by R Salisbury and D Keeler, pp. 134-167. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Rebay-Salisbury, K. 2014. Frauen in Österreichs Urgeschichtsforschung. Archaeologia Austriaca 97-98: 59-76.

Rebay-Salisbury, K. 2015. Review: Jana Esther Fries and Doris Gutsmiedl-Schümann, eds. Ausgräberinnen, Forscherinnen, Pionierinnen. Ausgewählte Portaits früher Archäologinnen im Kontext ihrer Zeit. European Journal of Archaeology 18(3): 537-540.

Rebay-Salisbury, K. 2015. The social status of motherhood in Bronze Age Europe. The European Archaeologist 45(Summer): 45-46.

Rebay-Salisbury, K. 2016. Male, female and sexless figures of the Hallstatt Culture: indicators of social order and reproductive control? Expression 11: 58-63.

Rebay-Salisbury, K. 2016. The Human Body in Early Iron Age Central Europe. Burial Practices and Images of the Hallstatt World. London: Routledge.

Ruíz, Apen, (2005). Zelia Nuttall e Isabel Ramírez: las distintas formas de practicar y escribir sobre arqueología en el México de inícios del siglo XX.

Sørensen MLS and Rebay K. (2008). Interpreting the body: burial practices at the Middle Bronze Age cemetery at Pitten. Archaeologia Austriaca 89 (2005):153-175.

Rebay-Salisbury, K., M. L. S. Sørensen, and J. Hughes (eds), (2010). Body Parts and Bodies Whole: Changing Relations and Meanings. Oxford: Oxbow.

Sánchez Romero, M.(2008), Childhood and the Construction of Gender Identities through Material Culture.

Tomášková, S.(2006), Yes Virginia, There Is Gender: Shamanism and Archaeology’s Many Histories.

Tomášková, S.(2007), Mapping a Future: Archaeology, Feminism, and Scientific Practice.

Wicker, N. (1998), Selective Female infanticide as partial explanation for the dearth of women in Viking Age Scandinavia.

Zeman-Wisniewska, K.(2005), The aegean origin of the aniconic cult of Aphrodite in Paphos.


 

Basic Bibliography

Gifford-Gonzalez, D., Thoughts on a method for the study of daily life.

Gifford-Gonzalez, D., Africa: 7000-5000 BC.

Gifford-Gonzalez, D., On beasts in breasts: another reading of women, wildness, and danger at Çatalhöyük.

Gifford-Gonzalez, D., The real Flintstones? What are artists' depictions of human ancestors telling us?

Gifford-Gonzalez, D., Women in zooarchaeology: within and without the academy.

Gifford-Gonzalez, D., Gaps in zooarchaeological analyses of butchery. Is gender an issue?

Gifford-Gonzalez, D.You can hide, but you can't run: representation of women's work in illustrations of palaeolithic life.

Wylie, A.,The Engendering of Archaeology. Refiguring Feminist Science Studies.

Wylie, A., Women, work, and the Academy.