References

Selected publications of AGE members

2021

2019

  • Julia K. Koch and Wiebke Kirleis (eds.), Gender Transformations in Prehistoric and Archaic Societies. Scales of Transformations 6 (Leiden 2019).

2018

  • Julia K. Koch/Susanne Moraw/Ulrike Rambuscheck, Archäologie: Geschlechterperspektiven für die Vergangenheit. In: Beate Kortendiek/Birgit Riegraf/Katja Sabisch, Handbuch Interdisziplinäre Geschlechterforschung. Geschlecht und Gesellschaft 65 (Wiesbaden 2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-12500-4_119-1

  • Montón-Subías, S. & Hernando, A. 2018. Modern Colonialism, Eurocentrism and Historical Archaeology: Some Engendered Thoughts. European Journal of Archaeology 21 (3): 455-471. doi:10.1017/eaa.2017.83

  • Montón-Subías, S. 2018. Gender, Missions, and Maintenance Activities in the Early Modern Globalization: Guam 1668-98. International Journal of Historical Archaeology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10761-018-0470-5

  • Montón-Subías, S. & Moral de Eusebio, E. (2018), Gender, feminist, and queer archaeologies: A Spanish Perspective. In Smith, C. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Springer International Publishing.

  • Rebay-Salisbury, K., Pany-Kucera, D., Spannagl-Steiner, M., Kanz, F., Galeta, P., Teschler-Nicola, M., and Salisbury, R. B. 2018. Motherhood at early Bronze Age Unterhautzenthal, Lower Austria. Archaeologia Austriaca 102: DOI: 10.1553/archaeologia102.

2016

  • Prados, L. (2016), The Image of Women in Iberian Culture (6th-1st Century B.C).

  • Moral de Eusebio, Enrique (2016): Queerying Sex, Gender and Sexuality in Archaeology: A Critique of the ‘Third’ and Other Sexual Categories. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 23 (3): 788-809.

  • 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.

2015

2014

  • 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.

  • 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

  • Moraw, S. and Kieburg, A. (2014), [Mädchen im Altertum/Girls in Antiquity.](/docs/Extract Girls in Antiquity.pdf)

  • Moral de Eusebio, Enrique (2014): Arqueología y sexualidad: La materialización de una desigualdad. Revista Arkeogazte 4: 183-196.

  • Moral de Eusebio, Enrique (2014): ¿Es el sexo al género lo que la naturaleza a la cultura? Una aproximación queer para el análisis arqueológico. Revista ArqueoWeb 15: 248-269.

  • 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.

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

2013

2012

  • 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.

  • Dezhamkhooy, M. and 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.

  • 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.

  • Sørensen, M. L. S., and Rebay-Salisbury, K. (eds) 2012. Embodied Knowledge: Perspectives on Belief and Technology. Oxford: Oxbow.

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