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CTR Publications 2011

PR= peer reviewed
CO= with co-authors outside CTR

Books

  1. 2011, Johan Zimsen Kristiansen, From the Corral, Copenhagen. (CO)
  2. 2011, Susan Möller-Wiering, War and Worship: Textiles from 3rd to 4th-century AD Weapon Deposits in Denmark and Northern Germany, Ancient Textiles Series 9, Oxford. (PR)
  3. 2011, Ture Damhus, Anita Kildebæk Nielsen & Christian B. Knudsen (eds), Kemi & Klæ'r. Tekstilkemi i historisk perspektiv, Dansk Selskab for Historisk Kemi. (CO) (PR)
  4. 2011, Sabine Karg (ed.), New research on the cultural history of the useful plant Linum usitatissimum L. (flax), a resource for food and textiles for 8,000 years, [Quick Edit]Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. Vol. 20 No. 6, 507-584. (CO) (PR)
  5. 2011, Æsa Sigúrjónsdottir, Michael A. Langkjær & Jo Turney (eds), Images in Time: Flashing forward, backward, in front and behind photography in fashion, advertising and the press, Wunderkammer Press, Bath School of Art and Design, Bath Spa University. (CO)

Articles in journals

  1. 2011, Marie-Louise Nosch, “The Mycenaean administration of textile production in the palace of Knossos: observations on the Lc(1) textile targets”, American Journal of Archaeology 115.4, 495-505. (PR)
  2. 2011, Marie-Louise B. Nosch, „Methodological considerations regarding the parameters for the classification of the Knossos Od Tablets”, Pasiphae X, 29-37. (PR)
  3. 2011, Luise Ørsted Brandt, Lena Diana Tranekjer, Ulla Mannering, Maj Ringgaard, Karin Margarita Frei, Eske Willerslev, Margarita Gleba & M. Thomas P. Gilbert, “Characterising the potential of sheep wool for Ancient DNA analyses”, Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 3, 209-221. (CO) (PR)
  4. 2011, Steen Wulff Andersen, Ulla Mannering & Kaare Lund Rasmussen, “Undelevmanden, - et moselig fra yngre bronzealder”, Aarbøger for Nordisk Oldkyndighed og Historie 2009, 7-18. (CO) (PR)
  5. 2011, Ulla Mannering, Karin Margarita Frei, Anne Lisbeth Schmidt & Irene Skals, “Huldremosekvinden – nyt liv i gamle klæder”, Nationalmuseets Arbejdsmark, 32-45. (CO) (PR)
  6. 2011, Ulla Mannering, “Dragt og design i romersk jernalder på Herningegnen”, Herning Museum. Midtjyske Fortællinger, 87-102. (PR)
  7. 2011, T. Douglas Price, Karin Margarita Frei, Pia Bennike, Andres Dobat & Niels Lynnerup,”Tracing the mercenary army of Harold Bluetooth: Strontium isotope investigation of the cemetery at the Viking Age fortress at Trelleborg, Denmark”, Antiquity V 85, 476-489. (CO) (PR)
  8. 2011, Karin Margarita Frei & Robert Frei, “The geographic distribution of strontium isotopes in Danish surface waters - a base for provenance studies in archaeology, hydrology and agriculture”, Applied Geochemistry, V. 26, 326-340. (CO) (PR)
  9. 2011, Kirsten Pransgaard, Niels Lynnerup, Marie Kanstrup, Lotte Melchior, Karin Margarita Frei & T. Douglas Price, “Knogler – kost og tilflyttere”, Fynske Minder, 103-106. (CO)
  10. 2011, Karin Margarita Frei, “Hard Science og bløde tekstiler – nye naturvidenskabelige metoder inden for tekstilforskningen”, Arkæologisk Forum 24, 32-36. (PR)
  11. 2011, Camilla Friis Bengtsson, Maia E. Olsen, Luise Ørsted Brandt, Mads F. Bertelsen, Eske Willerslev, Desmond J. Tobin, Andrew S. Wilson & M. Thomas P. Gilbert: “DNA from keratinous tissue. Part I: Hair and Nail”, Ann Anat. Apr. 5, 17-25. (CO) (PR)
  12. 2011, Michael A. Langkjær, “Гусар с гитарой. Мотивы стиля милитари в образе Джими Хендрикса” (‘Guitar Hussar. Motives behind the military look of Jimi Hendrix’), Теория моды: одежда, тело, культура. Выпуск 19. Весна 2011, Москва: Новое литературное обозрение/Russian Fashion Theory: the Journal of Dress, Body & Culture. Issue 19. Spring 2011, 243-269.

Articles in anthologies

  1. 2011, Karin Margarita Frei, “En ny geokemiske proveniensmetode til forhistoriske tekstiler”, in Ture Damhus, Anita Kildebæk Nielsen & Christian B. Knudsen (eds), Kemi & Klæ'r. Tekstilkemi i historisk perspektiv, Dansk Selskab for Historisk Kemi, 109-127. (PR)
  2. 2011, Maj Ringgaard, “An Investigation of the Effects of Borohydride Treatments of Oxidized Cellulose Textiles”, in Mary M. Brooks & Dinah D. Eastop (eds), Changing Views of Textile Conservation, Getty Publications, 386 – 401.
  3. 2011, Eva Andersson Strand, “Textile production in Western Europe”, in Martin Carver and Jan Klápště (eds), Western Medieval Archaeology 1200-1600. Cambridge, 315-321.
  4. 2011, Anne Birgitte Gotfredsen & Lone Gebauer Thomsen, “Three pit-houses of the magnate’s residence at Lake Tissø”, in Linda Boye (ed.), The Iron Age on Zealand. Status and Perspectives. Nordiske Fortidsminder, Series C, vol. 8. The Royal Society of Northern Antiquaries, Copenhagen, 211-220. (CO)
  5. 2011, Luise Ørsted Brandt, ”DNA fra forhistoriske tekstiler af uld”, in H. Lyngstrøm (ed.), Døre til en anden virkelighed - specialer i forhistorisk arkæologi 2010. København, 111-120.
  6. 2011, Maj Ringgaard & Annemette Bruselius Scharff, ”Om indigo i arkæologiske tekstiler”, in Ture Damhus, Anita Kildebæk Nielsen og Christian B. Knudsen (eds), Kemi & Klæ'r. Tekstilkemi i historisk perspektiv, Dansk Selskab for Historisk Kemi, 39-51. (CO) (PR)
  7. 2011, Maj Ringgaard, “Borhybrid til blegning – og konservering – af gulnede tekstiler”, in Ture Damhus, Anita Kildebæk Nielsen og Christian B. Knudsen (eds), Kemi & Klæ'r. Tekstilkemi i historisk perspektiv, Dansk Selskab for Historisk Kemi, 89-109. (PR)
  8. 2011, Lise Ræder Knudsen, “Tablet-woven textiles from 3rd to 4th-century AD weapon deposits in Denmark and northern Germany”, in Susan Möller-Wiering, War and Worship: Textiles from 3rd to 4th-century AD Weapon Deposits in Denmark and Northern Germany, Ancient Textiles Series 9, Oxford, 163-198. (PR)

Articles in conference proceedings

  1. 2011, Susanne Lervad, “Etablering af termbase”, Nordterm proceeding: 2009, København, 269-281.
  2. 2011, Anne Nørgård Jørgensen, Lars Jørgensen & Lone Gebauer Thomsen, “Assembly Sites for Cult, Markets, Jurisdiction and Social Relations. Historic-ethnological analogy between North Scandinavian church towns, Old Norse assembly sites and pit house sites of the Late Iron Age and Viking Period”, in Linda Boye et al. (eds), Sonderband Det 61. Internationale Sachsensymposion 2010, Haderslev, Danmark, Arkæologi i Slesvig/Archäologie in Schleswig. Neumünster, 95-112. (CO)
  3. 2011, Eva Andersson Strand & Ulla Mannering, “Textile production in the late Roman Iron Age - a Case Study of Textile Production in Vorbasse, Denmark”, in Linda Boye et al. (eds), Sonderband Det 61. Internationale Sachsensymposion 2010, Haderslev, Danmark, Arkæologi i Slesvig/Archäologie in Schleswig. Neumünster, 77-84.
  4. 2011, Ulla Mannering, “Early Iron Age Craftsmanship from a Costume Perspective”, in Linda Boye et al. (eds), Sonderband Det 61. Internationale Sachsensymposion 2010, Haderslev, Danmark, Arkæologi i Slesvig/Archäologie in Schleswig. Neumünster, 85-94.
  5. 2011, Maj Ringgaard, “Negative effects of aqueous rinsing of archaeological textiles”, in Preprints ICOM-CC, 16th Triennial Conference Lisbon 2011, Paper 2003, 1-8.
  6. 2011, Maj Ringgaard & Annemette B. Scharff, “Indigotin in Archaeological Textiles from Wet or Waterlogged Environments”, in Preprints ICOM-CC, 16th Triennial Conference Lisbon 2011, Paper 1810, 1-8. (CO)

MA theses in archaeology

  1. 2011, Marianne Bloch Hansen, Tekstilhåndværket i romersk jernalder - en undersøgelse af niveau, organisering og betydning i tidens samfund, University of Copenhagen.

Other publications: reviews, introductions, dissemination of knowledge

  1. 2011, Cécile Michel, ”L’artisanat textile au Proche Orient ancien”, Pour la science, juin 2011, n. 404,  54-61.
  2. 2011, Ulla Mannering, “Tekstilforskning – Hvad er det? Del 1.”, Fund og Fortid, No. 1, 16-17.
  3. 2011, Ulla Mannering, ”Tekstilproduktion – Hvad er det?”, Fund og Fortid, No. 3, 22-25.
  4. 2011, Ulla Mannering, “Review of Dress in Anglo-Saxon England”, Costume, vol. 45, 131-132.
  5. 2011, Marianne Bloch Hansen, “Tekstilredskaber og deres funktion”, Fund og Fortid, No. 4, 24-26.
  6. 2011, Marie-Louise Nosch & Hermann Parzinger, “The international scientific advisory board of the “Zentrum für Baltische und Skandinavische Archäologie” Schleswig: strategies for research”, in Zentrum für Baltische und Skandinavische Archäologie, Jahresbericht 2010, 9-11.
  7. 2011, Mette Bruun, ”Review of Solveig Hoberg, Helle Leilund, Maria MackKinney Valentin, Marie Riegels Melchior & Kirsten Toftegaard (eds), Snit - Industrialismens tøj i Danmark, Museum Tusculanum“, Dragtjournalen. Tidsskrift for Dragtpuljen og Dragt.dk Årg. 7 nr. 5, 57-58.
  8. 2011, Susanne Lervad, “Review: Textile terminologies, CTR“, Dragtjournalen. Tidsskrift for Dragtpuljen og Dragt.dk Årg. 4 nr. 6, 89-91.
  9. 2011, Maj Ringgaard, “En silkestrikket spædbarnstrøje fra Lossepladsen”, Dragtjournalen. Tidsskrift for Dragtpuljen og Dragt.dk Årg. 4 nr. 6, 37-41.

Web-published research reports (all PR)

  1. 2011, Richard Firth, “A Discussion of the Use of im-babbar2 by the Craft Workers of Ancient Mesopotamia”,  http://cdli.ucla.edu/pubs/cdlj.html
  2. 2011, Marie-Louise Nosch, Bridget Murphy, Bodil Holst, Irene Skals, Georgia Stratouli & Anaya Sarpaki, “A rare Neolithic find from the Aegean: A fibre from Drakaina Cave, Kephalonia Island, W. Greece”, http://www.drakainacave.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=83&Itemid=73&lang=en
  3. 2011, Richard Firth “A Discussion of the Use of im-babbar2 by the Craft Workers of Ancient Mesopotamia”, Cuneiform Digital Library Journal, 2.
  4. 2011, Michael A. Langkjær, “Not Entirely Subversive: Rock Military Style from Hendrix to Destiny’s Child”, in Fashion Forward, Alissa de Witt-Paul & Mira Crouch (eds.), Critical Issues Series ‘Ethos’, vol. 102, Inter-Disciplinary Press, 123-135, https://www.interdisciplinarypress.net/online-store/ebooks/society-and-culture/fashion-forward
  5. 2011, Richard Firth, Entries under: Lagash II:

 Archaeological Textiles Newsletter (ATN)

  1. 2011, Archaeological Textiles Newsletter 52. Copenhagen.
  2. 2011, Archaeological Textiles Newsletter 53. Copenhagen.