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CTR Publications 2014

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CO = With co-authors outside CTR
OA = Open access

Monographs

  1. 2014, Marianne Vedeler, Silk for the Vikings, Ancient Textiles Series 15, Oxford. (PR) (CO)

CTR Anthologies

2014, Tove Engelhardt Mathiassen, Marie-Louise Nosch, Maj Ringgaard, Kirsten Toftegaard & Mikkel Venborg Pedersen (eds), Fashionable Encounters. Perspectives and Trends in Textiles and Dress in the Early Modern Nordic World, Ancient Textiles Series 14, Oxford. (CO) (PR)

Contents:

  1. Mikkel Venborg Pedersen, “Prologue”, in Fashionable Encounters, xiii-xxiv.
  2. Camilla Luise Dahl & Piia Lempiäinen, “The World of Foreign Goods and Imported Luxuries: Merchant and shop inventories in late 17th-century Denmark-Norway”, in Fashionable Encounters, 1-14. 
  3. Eva I. Andersson, “Foreign Seductions: Sumptuary laws, consumption and national identity in early modern Sweden”, in Fashionable Encounters, 15-29.
  4. Seija Johnson, “Fashion from the Ship: Life, fashion and fashion dissemination in and around Kokkola, Finland, in the 18th-century”, in Fashionable Encounters, 31-48.
  5. Pernilla Rasmussen, “Creating Fashion: Tailors’ and seamstresses’ work with cutting and construction techniques in women’s dress, c. 1750-1830”, in Fashionable Encounters, 49-71.
  6. Maj Ringgaard, “Silk Knitted Waitscoats: A 17th-century fashion item”, in Fashionable Encounters, 73-103.
  7. Lena Dahrén, “Fashioning the Early Modern Swedish Nobility – mirrored in preserved 17th-century liturgical textiles”, in Fashionable Encounters, 105-118. 
  8. Bjørn Sverre Hol Haugen, “Reflections on Dress Practices and How to get to know the Past”, in Fashionable Encounters, 119-131.
  9. Cecilie Stöger Nachman, “The Queen of Denmark: An English fashion doll and its connections to the Nordic countries”, in Fashionable Encounters, 133-139.
  10. Mikkel Venborg Pedersen, “At the Nordic Fringe of Global Consumption: A Copenhagen bourgeois’ home and the use of new goods in the mid-18th-century”, in Fashionable Encounters, 141-156.
  11. Vibe Maria Martens, “The Theft of Fashion: Circulation of fashionable textiles and garments in 18th-century Copenhagen”, in Fashionable Encounters, 157-171. 
  12. Kirsten Toftegaard, “Bolette-Marie Harboe’s Bridal Dress: Fashionable encounters told in an 18th-century dress”, in Fashionable Encounters, 173-182. 
  13. Tove Engelhardt Mathiassen, “Luxurious Textiles in Danish Christening Garments: Fashionable encounters across social and geographical borders”, in Fashionable Encounters, 183-200.
  14. Christina Folke Ax, “Fish-bones and Fashion: The influence of whaling on women’s clothes in early modern Europe”, in Fashionable Encounters, 201-209. 
  15. Peter Andreas Toft & Maria Mackinney-Valentin, “From Doll Cups to Woollen Sweaters: Trends, consumption and influentials in early 19th-century southern Disko Bay, Greenland”, in Fashionable Encounters, 211-224.
  16. Juliane Engelhardt,From Abundance to Asceticism: Religious influences on perceptions of luxury in Denmark and Great Britain in the 18th century”, in Fashionable Encounters, 225-240. 
  17. Patrik Steorn, “Circulating Images of Unmanliness and Foreignness: Collector Niclas Holterman and European caricatures in Sweden around 1800”, in Fashionable Encounters, 241-256.



2014, Catherine Breniquet and Cécile Michel (eds), Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean, Ancient Textiles Series 17, Oxford. (CO) (PR)

Contents:

  1. Catherine Breniquet & Cécile Michel, “Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean”, in Wool Economy, 1-11.
  2. Antoinette Rast-Eicher, “Bronze and Iron Age Wools from Europe”, in Wool Economy, 12-21.
  3. Emmanuelle Vila & Daniel Helmer, “The Expansion of Sheep Herding and the Development of Wool Production in the Ancient Near East: An Archaeozoological and Iconographical Approach”, in Wool Economy, 22-40.
  4. Eva Andersson Strand, “Sheep, Wool and Textile Production, an Interdisciplinary Approach on the Complexity of Wool Working”, in Wool Economy, 41-51.
  5. Catherine Breniquet, “The Archaeology of Wool in Early Mesopotamia: Sources, Methods, Perspectives”, in Wool Economy, 52-78.
  6. Petr Charvát, “Lambs of the Gods. The Beginnings of the Wool Economy in Proto-Cuneiform Texts”, in Wool Economy, 79-93.
  7. Walther Sallaberger, “The Value of Wool in Early Bronze Age Mesopotamia. On the Control of Sheep and the Handling of Wool in the Presargonic to the Ur III Periods (c. 2400 to 2000 BC)”, in Wool Economy, 94-114.
  8. Benjamin Foster, “Wool in the Economy of Sargonic Mesopotamia”, in Wool Economy, 115-123.
  9. Luca Peyronel, “From Weighing Wool to Weaving Tools. Textile Manufacture at Ebla during the Early Syrian Period in the Light of Archeaological Evidence”, in Wool Economy, 124-138.
  10. Maria Giovanna Biga, “Rations of Wool at Ebla  (Syria, xxivth cent. BCE)”, in Wool Economy, 139-150.
  11. Romina Laurito, Cristina Lemorini & Assunta Perilli, “Making Textiles at Arslantepe, Turkey, in the 4th and 3rd Millennia BC. Archaeological Data and Experimental Archaeology”, in Wool Economy, 151-168.
  12. Laurent Colonna d’Istria, “Wool Economy in the Royal Archive of Mari during the Šakkanakku Period”, in Wool Economy, 169-201.
  13. Katrien de Graef, “All Wool and a Yard Wide. Wool Production and Trade in the Old Babylonian Sippar”, in Wool Economy, 202-231.
  14. Cécile Michel, “Wool Trade in Upper Mesopotamia and Syria According to Old Babylonian and Old Assyrian Texts”, in Wool Economy, 232-254.
  15. Agnete Wisti Lassen, “Wool in Anatolia in the Old Assyrian Period”, in Wool Economy, 255-263.
  16. Pietro Militello, “Wool Economy in Minoan Crete before Linear B. A Minimalist Position”, in Wool Economy, 264-282.
  17. Philippe Abrahami, “Wool in the Nuzi Texts“, in Wool Economy, 283-309.
  18. Valérie Matoïan & Juan-Pablo Vita, with a contribution of E. Bordreuil, “Wool Production and Economy at Ugarit”, in Wool Economy, 310-339.
  19. Françoise Rougemont, “Sheep Rearing, Wool Production and Management in Mycenaean Written Documents”, in Wool Economy, 340-370.
  20. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Wool Economy in Greece, end of IInd millennium and Ist millennium BC”, in Wool Economy, 371-400.
  21. Nicholas Postgate, “Wool, Hair and Textiles in Assyria”, in Wool Economy, 401-428.
  22. Stefan Zawadzki, “‘If you have a sheep, you have all you need’. Sheep Husbandry and Wool in the Economy of the Neo-Babylonian Ebabbar Temple at Sippar”, in Wool Economy, 429-453.
  23. Francis Joannès, “Fabrics and Clothes from Mesopotamia during the Achaemenid and Seleucid Periods: the Textual References”, in Wool Economy, 454-465.



2014, Mary Harlow, Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds), Prehistoric, Ancient Near Eastern and Aegean Textiles and Dress: an Interdisciplinary Anthology, Ancient Textiles Series 18, Oxford. (PR)

Contents:

  1. Paula Mazare, “Investigating Neolithic and Copper Age textile production in Transylvania (Romania). Applied Methods and Results”, in Prehistoric Textiles and Dress.
  2. Sophia Vakirtzi, Chaido Koukouli–Chryssanthaki & Stratis Papadopoulos, “Spindle whorls from two prehistoric settlements on Thassos, North Aegean”, in Prehistoric Textiles and Dress.
  3. Richard Firth, “Textiles Texts of the Lagash II Period”, in Prehistoric Textiles and Dress.
  4. Ariane Thomas, “Searching for lost costumes. A few remarks about the royal costume in Ancient Mesopotamia focusing on the Amorite Kingdom of Mari”, in Prehistoric Textiles and Dress.
  5. Matteo Vigo, Giulia Baccelli & Benedetta Bellucci, “Elements for a Comparative Study of Textile Production and Consumption in the Hittite Anatolia and Its Neighbours”, in Prehistoric Textiles and Dress.
  6. Eleni Konstantinidi-Syvridi, “Buttons, pins, clips and belts….. ‘Inconspicuous’ dress accessories from the burial context of the Mycenaean period (16th-12th cent. BC)”, in Prehistoric Textiles and Dress.
  7. Valentina Gasbarra, “Textile Semitic Loanwords in Mycenaean as Wanderwörter”, in Prehistoric Textiles and Dress.
  8. Agnès Garcia-Ventura, “Constructing masculinities through textile production in the Ancient Near East”, in Prehistoric Textiles and Dress.
  9. Caroline Sauvage, “Spindles and Distaffs: Late Bronze and Early Iron Age eastern Mediterranean use of solid and tapered ivory/bone shafts”, in Prehistoric Prehistoric Textiles and Dress.
  10. Salvatore Gaspa, “Golden Decorations in Assyrian Textiles: An Interdisciplinary Approach”, in Prehistoric Textiles and Dress.
  11. Tina Boloti, “E-ri-ta’s dress: contribution to the study of the Mycenaean priestesses’ attire”, in Prehistoric Textiles and Dress.
  12. Louise Quillien, “Flax and Linen in the First Millennium Babylonia BCE: Origins, Craft Industry and Uses of a Remarkable Textile”, in Prehistoric Textiles and Dress.
  13. Orit Shamir, “Two Special Traditions in Jewish Garments and the Rarity of Mixing Wool and Linen Threads in the Same Textile in the Jewish Tradition”, in Prehistoric Textiles and Dress.



2014, Mary Harlow & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds), Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress: an Interdisciplinary Anthology, Ancient Textiles Series 19, Oxford. (PR)

Contents:

  1. Mary Harlow & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Weaving the Threads: Methodologies in textile and dress research for the Greek and Roman world - the state of the art and the case for interdisciplinarity”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 1-33.
  2. Stella Spantidaki, “Embellishment Techniques of Classical Greek Textiles”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 34-45.
  3. Ellen Harlizius-Klück, ”The Importance of Beginnings: Gender and Reproduction in Mathematics and Weaving”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 46-59.
  4. Cecile Brøns, “Representations and Realities: Fibulas and Pins in Greek and Near Eastern Iconography”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 60-94.
  5. Marco Ercoles, “Dressing the Citharode. A Chapter in Greek Musical and Cultic Imagery”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 95-110.
  6. Matteo Martelli, “Alchemical Textiles: Colourful Garments, Recipes and Dyeing Techniques in the Graeco-Roman Egypt”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 111-129.
  7. Christina Margariti & Maria Kinti, “The Conservation of a 5th century BC Excavated Textile Find from the Kerameikos Cemetery at Athens”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 130-149.
  8. Mark Lawall, “Transport Amphoras and Loomweights: Integrating Elements of Ancient Greek Economies?”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 150-189.
  9. Elisabeth Trinkl, “The Wool Basket. Function, Depiction and Meaning of the kalathos”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 190-206.
  10. Kerstin Droß-Krüpe & Annette Paetz gen. Schieck, “Unravelling the Tangled Threads of Ancient Embroidery: a compilation of written sources and archaeologically preserved textiles”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 207-235. 
  11. Francesco Meo, “New Archaeological Data for the Understanding of Weaving inTextile Herakleia, Southern Basilicata, Italy”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 236-259.
  12. Lena Larsson Lovén, “Roman Art: What can it tell us about dress and textiles? A discussion on the use of visual evidence as sources for textile research”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 260-278.
  13. Amalie Skovmøller, “Where Marble Meets Colour: Surface Texturing of Hair, Skin and Dress on Roman Marble Portraits as Support for Painted Polychromy”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 279-297.
  14. Jessica Dixon, “Dressing the Adulteress”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 298-305.
  15. Elizabeth Bevis, “Looking Between Loom and Laundry: Vision and Communication in Ostian Fulling Workshops”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 306-322.
  16. Zofia Kaczmarek, “Roman Textiles and Barbarians: Some Observations on Textile Exchange between the Roman Empire and Barbaricum”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 323-334.
  17. Ines Bogensperger, “The Multiple Functions and Lives of a Textile – the Reuse of a Garment”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 335-344.
  18. Laura Rodriguez Peinado, Ana Cabrera Lafuente, Enrique Parra Crego & Luis Turell Coll, “Discovering Late Antique Textiles in the Public Collections in Spain: An Interdisciplinary Research Project”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 345-373.
  19. Pilar Borrego & Carmen Vega, “A New Approach to the Understanding of Historic Textiles”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 374-398.
  20. Catherine C. Taylor, “Burial Threads: A Late Antique Textile and the Iconography of the Virgin Annunciate Spinning”, in Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress, 399-414.



2014, Marie-Louise Nosch, Zhao Feng & Lotika Varadarajan (eds), Global Textile Encounters, Ancient Textiles Series 20, Oxford. (CO) (PR)

Contents:

  1. Matthew P. Canepa, “Textiles and Elite Tastes between the Mediterranean, Iran and Asia at the end of Antiquity”, in Global Textile Encounter, 1-14
  2. Mary Harlow, “Palla, Pallu, Chador: Draped clothing in ancient and modern cultures”, in Global Textile Encounters, 15-24.
  3. Linda Matheson, “From Draupadi to Dido: The duties of dress in paintings inspired by the Mahabarata and the Aeneid”, in Global Textile Encounters, 25-32.
  4. Ulla Mannering, “The Kaftan: An unusual textile encounter in the Scandinavian Late Iron Age”, in Global Textile Encounters, 33-36.
  5. Lise Ræder Knudsen, “Ancient Running Animals: Tablet-woven borders from China and Norway”, in Global Textile Encounters, 37-48.
  6. Zhao Feng, “The Development of Pattern Weaving Technology through Textile Exchange along the Silk Road”, in Global Textile Encounters, 49-64.
  7. Orit Shamir & Alisa Baginski, “The Earliest Cotton Ikat textiles from Nahal ‘Omer Israel 650-810 CE”, in Global Textile Encounters, 65-74.
  8. Eva Andersson Strand, “Northerners – Global Travellers in the Viking Age”, in Global Textile Encounters, 75-80.
  9. Luise Ørsted Brandt, “Unravelling Textile Mysteries with DNA analysis”, in Global Textile Encounters, 81-86.
  10. Karin Margarita Frei, “The Traceable Origin of Textiles”, in Global Textile Encounters, 87-92.
  11. Giorgio Riello, “The World of Textiles in Three Spheres: European Woollens, Indian Cottons and Chinese Silks, 1300-1700”, in Global Textile Encounters, 93-106.
  12. Helen Persson, “Chinese Silks in Mamluk Egypt”, in Global Textile Encounters, 107-118.
  13. Mariachiara Gasparini, “Woven Mythology: The Textile Encounter of Makara, Senmurw and Phoenix”, in Global Textile Encounters, 119-126.
  14. Zvezdana Dode, “Textile in Art: The influence of textile patterns on ornaments in the architecture of medieval Zirikhgeran”, in Global Textile Encounters, 127-140.
  15. Vijaya Ramaswamy, “Coromandel Textiles: The Changing Face of Consumer Demand and Weavers’ Responses 16th to 18th Century CE”, in Global Textile Encounters, 141-150.
  16. Selusi Ambrogio, “The Jesuit Dilemma in Asia: Being a naked ascetic or a court literate?”, in Global Textile Encounters, 151-158.
  17. Vibe Maria Martens, “’The Colourful Qualities of Desire’: Fashion, colours and industrial espionage”, in Global Textile Encounters, 159-164.
  18. Corinne Thépaut-Cabasset, “Fashion Encounters: The “Siamoise” or the Impact of the Great Embassy on textile design in Paris in 1687”, in Global Textile Encounters, 165-170.
  19. Mette Bruun, “The Chinoiserie of the 17th to 18th-century Soho Tapestry Makers”, in Global Textile Encounters, 171-176.
  20. Madelyn Shaw, “Exoticism in Fashion: From British North America to the United States”, in Global Textile Encounters, 177-188.
  21. Judith Cameron, “Textile symbolism and social mobility during the Colonial Period in Sydney Cove”, in Global Textile Encounters, 189-198.
  22. Toolika Gupta, “The Impact of British Rule on the Dressing Sensibilities of Indian Aristocrats: A case study of the Maharaja of Baroda’s dress”, in Global Textile Encounters, 199-204.
  23. Sarah Cheang, “Re-imagining the Dragon Robe: China Chic in Early Twentieth-Century European Fashion”, in Global Textile Encounters, 205-212.
  24. Aarti Kawlra, “Sari and the Narrative of Nation in Twentieth- Century India”, in Global Textile Encounters, 213-226.
  25. Michael Langkjær, “From Cool to Un-cool to Re-cool: Nehru and Mao tunics in the sixties and post-sixties West”, in Global Textile Encounters, 227-236.
  26. Ingun Grimstad Klepp,  Lill Vramo & Kirsi Laitala, “Too Old: Clothes and value in Norwegian and Indian wardrobes”, in Global Textile Encounters, 237-244.
  27. Ellen Bangsbo, “A ‘stinging’ textile: Cultivation of Nettle fibre in Denmark and Asia”, in Global Textile Encounters, 245-254.
  28. Lena Bjerregaard, “Fist-braided Slings from Peru and Tibet”, in Global Textile Encounters, 255-262.
  29. Shernaz Cama, “Parsi Embroidery: An Intercultural Amalgam”, in Global Textile Encounters, 263-274.
  30. Lotika Varadarajan, “The Navjote Ceremony and the Sudreh Kushti”, in Global Textile Encounters, 275-282.
  31. Karl-Heinz Pogner, “Glocalization, Identity and T-shirt Communication”, in Global Textile Encounters, 283-294.
  32. Joanne B. Eicher, “India to Africa: Indian Madras and Kalabari Creativity”, in Global Textile Encounters, 295-303.
  33. Jasleen Dhamija, “Textile: The non-verbal language”, in Global Textile Encounters, 303-308.

Other various edited works

  1. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, Alessandro Greco, Daniele Morandi Bonacossi, Simonetta Ponchia & Robert Rollinger (eds), From Source to History. Studies on Ancient Near Eastern Worlds and Beyond Dedicated to Giovanni Battista Lanfranchi on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday on June 23, 2014 (Alter Orient und Altes Testament 412), Münster: Ugarit-Verlag. (PR) (CO)

Articles in journals

  1. 2014, Lise Harvig, Karin Margarita Frei, T. Douglas Price & Niels Lynnerup, “Strontium isotope signals in cremated petrous portions as indicator for childhood origin”, PlosOne 9(7): e101603. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0101603. (OA) (PR) (CO)
  2. 2014, Matteo Vigo, “The use of (perfumed) oil in Hittite rituals with particular emphasis on funerary practices”, in A. D’Ascoli (ed.), Consumption of perfumed oil in the ancient Mediterranean and Near East: funerary rituals and other case studies. Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology 1/2014, 25-37. (PR)
  3. 2014, Matteo Vigo, “Hattice”, Aktuel Arkeoloji Dergizi 38, 75-83. (PR)
  4. 2014, Robert Frei, Daniel Poiré & Karin Margarita Frei, “Weathering on land and transport of chromium to the ocean in a subtropical region (Misiones, NW Argentina): A chromium stable isotope perspective”, Chemical Geology, V. 381, 110-124. (PR) (CO)
  5. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, “Silver Circulation and the Development of the Private Economy in the Assyrian Empire (9th-7th centuries BCE): Considerations on Private Investments, Prices, and Prosperity Levels of the Imperial Élite”, Studia Mesopotamica: Jahrbuch für altorientalische Geschichte und Kultur 1, 85-136. (PR)

Articles in anthologies

  1. 2014, Berit Hildebrandt, Gregor Neunert & Florian Schneider, “Prestigegüter“, in S. Samida, M. K. H. Eggert & H. P. Hahn (eds), Handbuch Materielle Kultur. Bedeutungen, Konzepte, Disziplinen, 237-240. (CO) (PR)
  2. 2014, Caroline Sauvage, “Nouvelle réflexion sur le dépôt aux 80 jarres de Minet el-Beida”, in M. Al-Maqdissi, B. Geyer & V. Matoïan, Hommage à Yves Calvet, RSO XXII, Leuven. (PR)
  3. 2014, Cecilie Brøns, “Textiles and Temple Inventories. Detecting an Invisible Votive Tradition in Greek Sanctuaries in the 1st Millennium BC”, in A. Rathje et al. (eds), Tradition and Transformation in the Ancient World, Acta Hyperborea 14, 1– 43. (PR)
  4. 2014, Ellen Harlizius-Klück, “Die Überschreitung des anthropologischen Raumes. Gewandsaum, Nachfolge und Transformation”, in Baert, B. (ed.), The Woman with the Blood Flow (Mark 5:24-34). Narrative, Iconic, and Anthropological Spaces, Leuven: Peeters, 2014, 393-427. (PR)
  5. 2014, Eva Andersson Strand & Ulla Mannering, “An exceptional woman from Birka”, in S. Bergerbrant & S. H. Fossøy (eds), A Stitch in Time. Essays in Honour of Lise Bender Jørgensen, Gothenburg University, GOTARC Series A. Gothenburg, 301-316. (PR)
  6. 2014, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Voicing the Loom: Women, Weaving, and Plotting”, in D. Nakassis, J. Gulizio & S. A. James (eds), KE-RA-ME-JA: Studies presented to Cynthia Shelmerdin,. INSTAP Press, 91-101. (PR)
  7. 2014, Michael A. Langkjær, “Camouflage as Communicator of Survivor Mentality in Contemporary Popular Music: Destiny’s Child on the Cusp of Gender, Urban-Combat Attitude, Fashion and Politics”, in I. Bogaerts & W. Palinckx (eds), Proceedings of the International Symposium ‘Camouflage takes centre stage,’ Brussels, October 13-15, 2010, Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and of Military History, Brussels, 109-117. (PR)
  8. 2014, Susanne Lervad, “Établir des passerelles entre la recherche sur la terminologie des textiles et ses applications dans les musées au Danemark“, in Revue des Lettres et de Traduction de l'Université Saint-Esprit de Kaslik, Liban, 39-49. (PR)
  9. 2014, Ulla Lund Hansen & Margrethe Watt, “An inhumation grave from the Late Roman Iron Age with deformed weapons from Ferske Sø, Bornholm”, in R. Madyda-legutko & J. Rodzińskiej-Nowak (eds), Honoratissimum assensus genus est armis laudare. Studia dedykowane profesorowi Piotrowi Kaczanowskiemu z okazji siedemdziesiątej rocznicy urodzin, Kraków, 161-170. (PR) (CO)
  10. 2014, Ulla Mannering & Irene Skals, “Textiles and Fabrics: Conservation and Preservation”, in C. Smith (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, Vol. 11. New York, Springer, 7282-7287. (PR) (CO)

Articles in conference proceedings

  1. 2014, Benedetta Bellucci & Matteo Vigo, “Note sulla concezione del post mortem presso gli Ittiti” (Insights into the Concept of Underworld among the Hittites), in I. Baglioni (ed.), Sulle Rive dell’Acheronte. Costruzione e Percezione della Sfera del Post Mortem nel Mediterraneo Antico. Atti del Congresso di Velletri (RM), 12-16 giugno 2012, Roma, 21-36. (PR) (CO)
  2. 2014, Cécile Michel, “Considerations on the Assyrian settlement at Kaneš”, in L. Atici, F. Kulakoğlu, G. Barjamovic & A. Fairbairn (eds), Current Research at Kultepe/Kanesh. An Interdisciplinary and Integrative Approach to Trade Networks, Internationalism, and Identity, Journal of Cuneiform Studies Suppl. 4, 69-84. (PR)
  3. 2014, Cécile Michel, “The Assyrian Textile Trade in Anatolia (19th century BCE): From Traded Goods to Prestigious Gifts”, in K. Droß-Krüpe (ed.), Textile Trade and Textile Distribution in antiquity – Textilhandel und  -distribution  in der Antike. International conference at Marburg Universität, Philippika 73, 111-122. (PR)
  4. 2014, Ellen Harlizius-Klück, “Algorithms, Live Patterning and the Digital Craft of Weaving“, in A. Blackwell, A. McLean, J. Noble and J. Rohrhuber (eds), Report from Dagstuhl Seminar 13382: Collaboration and Learning through Live Coding, Dagstuhl 2014. (PR)
  5. 2014, Karolina Hutkova, "Knowledge and East India Company´s Bengal Silk Enterprise, 1757-1812", in Economic History Society: Annual Conference 28-30 March, 2014. Programme including New Research Papers, University of Warwick, 2014, UK, 174-179. (PR)
  6. 2014, Małgorzata Siennicka, “Changes in textile production in Late Bronze Age Tiryns, Greece”, in K. Droß-Krüpe (ed.), Textile Trade and Textile Distribution in antiquity – Textilhandel und  -distribution  in der Antike. International conference at Marburg Universität, Philippika 73, 161-176. (PR)
  7. 2014, Marie-Louise Nosch, “L’archéologie expérimentale et les tests systématiques d’outils de la production textile”, in F. Blondé and A. Müller (eds), L’artisanat en Grèce, table ronde, École française d’Athènes, octobre 2007, 193-209. (PR)
  8. 2014, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Linen Textiles and Flax in Classical Greece: provenance and trade”, in K. Dross-Krüpe (ed.) Textile Trade and Textile Distribution in antiquity – Textilhandel und  -distribution  in der Antike. International conference at Marburg Universität, Philippika 73, 17-42. (PR)
  9. 2014, Susanne Lervad, “CTR – the Danish Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research et les programmes de terminologie TEMA et TEXTILNET “, in Terminologen nr. 2: Terminologi – ansvar og bevissthet, Proceedings from EAFT Summit, Oslo, oktober 2012, 72-79. (PR)

PhD dissertations

  1. 2014, Cecilie Brøns, Gods and Garments. Textiles in Greek Sanctuaries in the First Millennium BC. University of Copenhagen.
  2. 2014, Luise Ørsted Brandt, Ancient DNA and proteins in archaeological textile and skin research. A cross disciplinary study evaluating method, application and potentials. University of Copenhagen.

Other publications: reviews, introductions, dissemination of knowledge

  1. 2014, Camilla Luise Dahl, “Kilder til klædedragtens historie 1100-1700. Kompendium til Dragtens historie”, CTR 2014.
  2. 2008-2014, Camilla Luise Dahl, Extracts of Probate Records from Danish Towns 1536-1660, http://ctr.hum.ku.dk/other_research_projects/earlymodern/postdocproject/extracts/ (OA)
  3. 2008-2014, Camilla Luise Dahl, Extracts of Probate  Records from Danish and Norwegian Towns 1660-1700. http://ctr.hum.ku.dk/other_research_projects/earlymodern/postdocproject/norwegian_probate  (OA)
  4. 2014, Ellen Harlizius-Klück, “Penelopes Webstuhl, Guide for the warp-weighted loom with Penelope’s weave at the Museum for casts of Classical sculptures”, Munich.
  5. 2014, Eva Andersson Strand, “Papers from the workshop Traditional Textile Craft – Intangible Cultural Heritage?” http://www.traditionaltextilecraft.dk/355733327 (OA)
  6. 2014, Eva Andersson Strand & Josephine Schnoor, ”Fra får til stof”, SKALK Nr. 2, 18-24. (CO)
  7. 2014, Małgorzata Siennicka, “First Textiles. The Beginnings of Textile Manufacture in Europe and the Mediterranean”, in The European Archaeologist 41, 38-39. http://e-a-a.org/TEA/TEA-Issue-41.pdf (OA)
  8. 2014, Marie-Louise Nosch, ”Den blå tråd i antikken”, in Den blå tråd fra antikken til nu. Udstillingskatalog Antikmuseet Aarhus og Østjysk Tekstilkreds.
  9. 2014, Michael A. Langkjær, “[Exhibition review of] 'David Bowie is.' Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 23 March - 28 July 2013. Curated by Victoria Broackes and Geoffrey Marsh. Catalogue: David Bowie is. Edited by Victoria Broackes and Geoffrey Marsh. London: V&A Publishing. 2013. 320 pages. £35.00. Illustrated, annotated, with index. ISBN: 978-1-85177-737-2”, Catwalk, The Journal of Fashion, Beauty and Style, vol. 3, no. 1, 106-111.
  10. 2014, Michael A. Langkjær, “[Book review of] Roger Padilha and Maurice Padilha. Antonio: Fashion, Art, Sex & Disco. Foreword by André Leon Talley; epilogue by Anna Sui. New York: Rizzoli, 2012, 304 pp., $65.00. Illustrated. ISBN: 978-0-8478-3792-2”, Catwalk, The Journal of Fashion, Beauty and Style, vol. 3, no. 2, 121-124.
  11. 2013-2014, Paula Hohti, research blog Global Encounters: Fashion, culture and textile trade in Scandinavia, 1550-1650. (http://earlymodernscandinavianfashion.wordpress.com)  (OA)

Web-published research reports

  1. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, “Sumerian Cuneiform”, on the website Mnamon: Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean. A Critical Guide to Electronic Resources (http://lila.sns.it/mnamon), maintained by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy. (OA)
  2. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, “Definition of ‘Cuneiform’ and Type of Writing System”, on the website Mnamon: Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean. A Critical Guide to Electronic Resources (http://lila.sns.it/mnamon), maintained by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy. (OA)
  3. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, “The Cuneiform Writing System and the Sumerian Languageon the website Mnamon: Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean. A Critical Guide to Electronic Resources (http://lila.sns.it/mnamon), maintained by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy. (OA)
  4. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, “Peculiarities of the Sumerian Cuneiform”, on the website Mnamon: Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean. A Critical Guide to Electronic Resources (http://lila.sns.it/mnamon), maintained by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy. (OA)
  5. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, “Decipherment of the Sumerian Cuneiform”, on the website Mnamon: Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean. A Critical Guide to Electronic Resources (http://lila.sns.it/mnamon), maintained by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy. (OA)
  6. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, “Examples of Writing: Inscription on a Diorite Statue of Gudea”; “Administrative Document on a Clay Tablet from Umma”, on the website Mnamon: Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean. A Critical Guide to Electronic Resources (http://lila.sns.it/mnamon), maintained by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy. (OA)
  7. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, Reviews of 11 websites of international research projects, databases, and resources about Sumerian language and texts available on the Internet on the website Mnamon: Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean. A Critical Guide to Electronic Resources (http://lila.sns.it/mnamon), maintained by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy. (OA)
  8. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, “Elamite Language”, on the website Mnamon: Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean. A Critical Guide to Electronic Resources (http://lila.sns.it/mnamon), maintained by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy. (OA)
  9. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, “Elamite Script”, on the website Mnamon: Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean. A Critical Guide to Electronic Resources (http://lila.sns.it/mnamon), maintained by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy.  (OA)
  10. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, “Examples of Writing: Inscription on Baked Brick of Untash-Naprisha”, on the website Mnamon: Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean. A Critical Guide to Electronic Resources (http://lila.sns.it/mnamon), maintained by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy. (OA)
  11. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, Reviews of four websites of international research projects, databases, and resources about Elamite language and texts available on the Internet, on the website Mnamon: Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean. A Critical Guide to Electronic Resources (http://lila.sns.it/mnamon), maintained by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy. (OA)
  12. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, “Proto-Elamite script”, on the website Mnamon: Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean. A Critical Guide to Electronic Resources (http://lila.sns.it/mnamon), maintained by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy. (OA)
  13. 2014, Salvatore Gaspa, Reviews of three websites of international research projects, databases, and resources about Proto-Elamite script and texts available on the Internet, on the website Mnamon: Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean. A Critical Guide to Electronic Resources (http://lila.sns.it/mnamon), maintained by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy.  (OA)