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Marie Louise Bech Nosch

Marie Louise Bech Nosch

Professor

 

Curriculum Vitae

 

 Marie-Louise Bech NOSCH

 

 born Bech Gregersen, 27 January 1970 in Viborg, Denmark.

 

 

 

Academic employment

 

Since 2017     Professor, SAXO Institute, University of Copenhagen.

 

2005-2016       Director of the Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research, University of Copenhagen.

 

2009-2017       Research professor (professor med særlige opgaver), SAXO Institute, University of                               Copenhagen.

 

2003-2005       Carlsberg postdoc. Research Fellowship, University of Copenhagen

 

2001-2002       Werkvertrag, Mycenaean Commission, Austrian Academy of Science.

 

 

University diplomas

 

2000           Ph.D. University of Salzburg, Austria, June 2000: The Organisation of Work in the Mycenaean Textile Industry.

 

1996           Cand. mag. from the University of Copenhagen in history and classical philology.

 

1996           Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies (DEA), Université Nancy II, France

 

1995           Maitrise d’historie, Université Nancy II, France

 

1995           Licence d’historie, Université Nancy II, France

 

1990-1992  Diplôme d’Enseignement Universitaire Général (DEUG), Université Nancy II, France.

 

 

Education, university studies

 

1996-2000  Phd studies, Institut für Vor- und Frühgeschichte und Institute für Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Salzburg, Austria.  Supervisors: Professor S. Deger-Jalkotzy and Professor O. Panagl.

 

1994-1995  MA Studies in preparation of Ph.D, thesis, Université Nancy II, France

 

1992-1994  MA Studies (Erasmus) in Greek history, Mycenaean philology and archaeology at the University Frederico II of Naples, Italy.

 

1990-1992  BA Studies in history geography, archaeology and Mycenaean philology at Université Nancy II, France.

 

 

 

Research projects

 

2017-2019  PI, Innovation Fund Danmark, THREAD project of innovation and integration, with 6 Danish partner institutions.

 

2015-2018  Co-investigator, GDRI Groupement de developement de recherche international ATOM: Ancient Textiles in the Orient and Mediterranean, in collaboration with Cécile Michel CNRS France and Mary Harlow, Leicester University, funded by CNRS.

 

2011-2013  Co-investigator, Programmes international de coopération scientifique TexOrMed: Textiles de l'Orient à la Méditerranée du IIIe au Ier millénaire avant J.-C. / Textiles from Orient to the Mediterranean from the Third to the First millennia BC, in collaboration with Cécile Michel CNRS.

 

2010-2015  Research manager, Textile Economies in the Mediterranean Area (TEMA), with ca 25 collaborators.

 

2010-2013 Principal Investigator, Fashioning the Early Modern. Creativity and Innovation 1500-1800. Humanities in the European Research Area.

 

2005-2010  Research manager, Tools and Textiles, Texts and Contexts research program, in collaboration with Eva Andersson, CTR and app. 30 partners.

 

2008-2010  Research manager, Terminology of Textiles in the 3rd and 2nd mill BCE research program, in collaboration with Cécile Michel, CNRS Paris.

 

2007-2013  Coordinator for Denmark, CTR, of the research and exhibition project DressID. Clothing and Identities in the Roman World, under the Directorate-General for Education and Culture of the European Commission in coordination with the Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency.

 

2006-2008 Medieval broadcloth. In collaboration with K. Vestergård.

 

2003-2005  Mycenaean palace economy, in the light of the Near Eastern palace economies.

 

2001-2002 The Knossos Od Series, postdoc project. Mycenaean Commission, Austrian Academy of Science.

 

 

 

Excavations:

 

1991 and 1992: Soleto, Salento, Italy with Université Libre de Bruxelles, dir. prof Thierry van Compernolle.

 

1995: Delos. Ecole française d’Athènes, dir. prof. Alexandre Farnoux.

 

1997: Excavations in Thebes, Boeotia, Greece, with the Ephorie of Boeotia/Thebes Archaeological Museum, dir. prof. Vasilis Aravantinos.

 

 

Teaching:

 

2002 (spring) Mykenische Philologie, in Institut für klassische Philologie, Universität Ludwig-Maximilian, Munich.

 

2002 (fall)  Greek History, Department of Greco-Roman studies, University of Odense, Denmark

 

2011 (spring) Coordinator and teacher, collaborative master course European textile production in Antiquity, 3 h x 14 weeks, UCPH.

 

2012 (Spring) Coordinator and teacher, collaborative master course Mediterranean fashion and textiles in Antiquity, 4h x 14 weeks, UCPH, with M. Harlow

 

2013           Summer school, International Hellenic University, Thessaloniki, on Ancient Greek technology (August)

 

2015           3 seminars for students in Ecole normale supérieure, Paris, and 1 seminar for students in EHESS, Paris

 

2015 (spring) Sommersemester Hannover Universität, Historisches Seminar, Full course of 14 lectures/seminars on Linear B and Mycenaean history

 

2016 (fall)  Hellenistic Culture and history, with M. Papadopoulou. Full semester course, 4h x 14 weeks, UCPH, BA and MA level

 

2017           Saxo-CTR summer school (15 ESCT)

 

2017 (fall)  BA project course, 3h x 14 weeks, UCPH (15 ESCT)

 

2018 (spring) MA course, Dragt og Magt, 6h x 14 weeks, UCPH, with Sidsel Frisch (30 ESCT)

 

2018           Saxo-CTR summer school (15 ESCT)

 

 

 

Awards

 

1997           Travel grant, Press and Information Office, Nicosia, Cyprus.

 

2001           Michael Ventris Memorial Award.

 

2008           Honorary award for research in the Humanities, Einar Hansens Fond

 

2008           Award, outstanding interdisciplinary research, Dansk Magisterforening

 

2009           Award Elite Research 2009, Ministry of Research and Technology

 

2010           Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes académiques, La République Française, Ministère de l’éducation nationale.

 

2011           Optaget i Kraks Blå Bog.

 

2012           Category A Research Grant from the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation of six months of research in Greece 2012-2013 in collaboration with the National Hellenic Research Foundation, Institute for Greek and Roman Antiquity (KERA).

 

2013           Anneliese Maier Award awarded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

 

2014           Research fellow at the Getty Research Institute Los Angeles (September-December)

 

2015           Guest lecturer, Leibnitz Universität Hannover (April-July)

 

2017           Iris Foundation Award for Outstanding Mid-Career Scholar, Bard Graduate Center, New York.

 

 

 

Membership of scientific committees of governments, organisations and institutions

 

  • Elected member of CIETA (Centre International d’Étude des Textiles Anciens) since 2005
  • Appointed representative for the Scandinavian countries since 2006 in CIPEM (Comité International Permanent d’Études Mycéniennes)
  • Elected secrétaire général since 2010 in CIPEM (Comité International Permanent d’Études Mycéniennes)
  • Member, Vice-chairman, wissenschaftliche Beirat, Zentrum für Baltische und Skandinavische Archäologie, Archäologischen Landesmuseum in Schleswig (Schleswig, Germany) since 2009
  • Member, Vice-chairman, Danish Council for Research Policy/ Danmarks Forsknings-politiske Råd, appointed by the Minister of Research and Innovation, 2011-2014.
  • Member of local organizing committee, Euro Science Open Forum, Copenhagen 2014.
  • Appointed member of the committee board of the National Key Base for Textile Conservation Research, China National Silk Museum, Hangzhou, China, 2013-2017.
  • Member, Expertenkommission zur Evaluierung der Exzellenzinitiative, appointed by Bundesministerin für Bildung und Forschung Johanna Wanka and Ministerin für Bildung, Wissenschaft, Weiterbildung und Kultur des Landes Rheinland-Pfalz Doris Ahnen, 2014-2016.
  • Member, Conseil scientifique de la Maison Archéologie & Ethnologie (MAE), Université Paris X/CNRS, since 2015
  • Member, Danish national UNESCO Commission, appointed by the Danish minister of education, since 2015.
  • Member of 5-person Executive Committee, International Association of the Study of Silk Road Textiles, 2016-2020.
  • Member of the board, VELUX Foundation 2015-2020
  • Member, conseil scientifique du département d’histoire de l’Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 2016-2020.
  • Member of the Pasold Research Fund, UK, 2018-2021
  • Member of the international 9 member selection committee of Norwegian Centres of Excellence, responsible for selecting the 4th generation of Centres of Excellence in Norway (SFF-IV) of 1.5 billions NOK funding (2016-2017)

 

 

Membership of scientific committees of international journals

 

  • Member of scientific committee of the international scientific journal Praehistorica Mediterranea (Catania)
  • Member of scientific committee of the international scientific journal Pasiphae. Rivista di filologia e antichità egee (Rome)
  • Member of editorial committee of the international scientific journal Textile History
  • Member of the Advisory Board (Consejo Científico) of the international A-rated journal Minos. Revista de Filología Egea y del Epos Arcaico, published at the Departamento de Filología Clásica e Indoeuropeo (Universidad de Salamanca, Spain), since 2012
  • Appointed member of advisory board, Archaeologia Austriaca. Journal on the Archaeology of Europe, issued by the Institute for Oriental and European Archaeology of the Austrain Academy of Sciences, 2015-2017.
  • Member, advisory board of Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien
  • Member, Advisory Editorial Board, Studi Micenei ed Egeo Anatolici, since 2015

 

 

Membership of learned societies

 

Since 2017, member of the Danish Royal Society.

 

Since 2018, member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, Class I: Humanities

 

 

 

PhD supervisor

 

  • Cecilie Brøns, Copenhagen University, 2011-2014 (primary supervisor) “Gods and Garments”
  • Charlotte Rimstad, Copenhagen University, 2012-2015 (secondary supervisor) “Renaissance Clothes of Copenhagen”
  • Karolina Hutkova, University of Warwick 2012-2015 (secondary supervisor) “Bengal Raw Silk. The British Silk Connection: The English East India Company’s Bengal Silk Enterprise, 1757 – 1812”.
  • Elena Soriga, Università degli studi di Napoli ‘Orientale’, 2013-2016 (secondary supervisor)
  • Juliane Müller, Humboldt Universität Berlin 2013-2016 (secondary supervisor)
  • Beata Kaczmarek, Institute of Archaeology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland 2016-2019 (secondary supervisor)

 

 

 

Postdoc supervisor (Marie Sklodowska Curie)

 

  • Hedvig Landenius Enegren (2012-2014) “West and East: Textile Technologies and Identities in the 1st Millennium BC South Italy and Cyprus”
  • Berit Hildebrandt (2013-2015) “The Emperor’s New Clothes. Power Dressing in the Roman Empire from Augustus to Honorius”
  • Miguel-Ángel Andres Toledo (2013-2015) “Zoroastrian Text(ile)s. Regulations, Symbolism, Identity”
  • Paula Hohti (2013-2015) “Global Encounters: Fashion, Culture and Foreign Textile Trade in Scandinavia, 1550-1650”
  • Matteo Vigo (2013-2015) “Textile Terminology of Hittite Anatolia”
  • Salvatore Gaspa (2013-2015) “A Study on the Terminology and the Material Culture of the Textiles in the Neo-Assyrian Empire”
  • Malgozata Siennicka (2013-2017) “Greek Textile Tools. Continuity and Changes in Textile Production in Early Bronze Age Greece”
  • Caroline Sauvage (2014-2015) “Identities and Transformation in the Eastern Mediterranean: the Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age 13th–10th century BCE”
  • Romina Laurito (2014-2016) “Textiles and Textile Technology in Central Tyrrhenian Italy from Prehistory to the Roman Period”
  • Flavia Carraro (2014-2016) “Textile Studies: between Knowledge and know-how”
  • Maria Papadopoulou (2015-2016) “Chlamys: The Cultural Biography of a Garment in Hellenistic Egypt”
  • Kalliopi Sarri (2015-2017) “Neolithic Textile Industries in the Aegean”
  • Corinne Thepaut-Cabasset (2015-2017) “Dressing in the New World. The Trade and the Culture of Clothing in the New Spanish Colonies 1600-1800”
  • Jane Malcolm Davies (2015-2017) “Knitting in the Early Modern Era: Materials, Manufacture and Meaning”
  • Magdalena Ohrmann (2016-2018) “Textile reflections: multi-sensory representation of textile work in Latin poetry and prose”
  • Maria Mossakowska-Gaubert (2017-2019) Monks, nuns and textiles: Production, Circulation, and Distribution of Textiles in the Monastic Environment in Egypt (4th-8th Centuries AD).
  • Christina Margariti (2017-2019) “Fibres in Ancient European Textiles”
  • Elsa Yvanez (2018-2020) “Archaeology of Textile Production in the Kingdom of Meroe. New approaches to cultural identity and economics in ancient Sudan and Nubia”

 

 

 

Evaluator

 

  • School of Architecture Aarhus/Design School Kolding (2006)
  • External evaluator for research proposals in Greece. Higher Education, Research and Innovation (2011)
  • European Science Foundation, evaluator (2010)
  • International expert for the Romanian Research Assessment Exercise (RRAE) (2011, 2012)
  • Reviewer for Agence national de recherche in France (2010, 2011 ANR, LABEX)
  • Reviewer Italian Ministry for Education University and Research (MIUR) (2012-2014)
  • Reviewer for Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung, Österreich (2011, 2013)
  • Reviewer, Rigsbankens Jubileumsfond, Stockholm (2015, 2016, 2017)
  • Reviewer, La Sapenza, Rome (2017)
  • Reviewer, National Science Center, Poland (2017) (declined)

 

 

 

Languages: Danish, English, German, French, Italian.

 

 

 

Chief editor of: Ancient Textiles Series (Oxbow Books, Oxford)

 

 

 

Hosting, organising and publishing international conferences and workshops

 

Ancient Textiles. Production, Crafts and Society. International conference held at Lund and Copenhagen (80 scholars), March 2003; Published in Nosch & Gillis eds. Ancient Textiles 2007.  

 

1st Tools and Textiles – Texts and Contexts workshop, organised by CTR, hosted at the Danish Institute at Athens (50 scholars), January 2006

 

2nd Tools and Textiles – Texts and Contexts workshop, CTR and Lejre Experimental Centre, Denmark (28 scholars), June 2006          

 

Medieval Broadcloth – Production, trade, consumption and use. International seminar at CTR, University of Copenhagen (50 scholars) August 2006. Published: Vestergård & Nosch eds. The Medieval Broadcloth: Changing Trends in Fashions, Manufacturing, and Consumption.

 

2nd General Meeting DressID. Clothing and Identity in the Roman World. CTR and Directorate-General for Education and Culture of the European Commission (30 scholars), May 2008

 

 International conference on Military and Textile, CTR, University of Copenhagen co-organised by the Royal Danish Defence College/ CTR and NATO Science (35 participants) May 2008. Published: Honeyman, Galster & Nosch eds., Textile History and the Military. Textile History. Supplement volume 1 (2010).

 

Textile Terminologies from the 3rd to the 1st millennium BC in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Near East. ESF Exploratory Workshop in March 2008 at CTR, arranged in collaboration with C. Michel, CNRS, with 30 participants. Published: Michel & Nosch, Textile Terminologies from the 3rd to the 1st millennium BC in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Near East, Ancient Textiles Series 8 (2010)

 

KOSMOS. Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age. 13th Aegaeum conference held in University of Copenhagen, 19-23 April 2010. 106 papers (because of the Icelandic volcanic eruption, I arranged for the papers to be broadcasted on the internet). Published: Nosch & Laffineur, KOSMOS, volumes I-II (2011).

 

Spinning Fates and the Song of the Loom: the use of textiles, clothing and cloth production as metaphor, symbol and narrative device in Greek and Latin literature.  A round-table at the Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research, Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen, 1st- 2nd June 2012.

 

Spinning Fates and the Song of the Loom: the use of textiles, clothing and cloth production as metaphor, symbol and narrative device in Greek and Latin literature.  Second round-table at the Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research, Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen, 6-7 June 2013.

 

Textiles and Cult in the in the Mediterranean Area in the first millennium BC. Copenhagen, 21-22 November 2013. With Cecilie Brøns

 

Textile Terminologies from Orient to the Mediterranean and Europe, 1000 BC to 1000 AD, CTR, Copenhagen, June 2014. With Salvatore Gaspa, Cécile Michel.

 

Aegean Scripts. 14th International Congress on Aegean Scripts, Copenhagen, 2-5 September 2015, with H. Landenius-Enegren

 

Textile trade and distribution from the Ancient Near East to the Mediterranean 1000 BC to 400 AD / Textilhandel und -distribution. Vom Alten Orient zum Mittelmeerraum, 1000 v.Chr. bis 400 n.Chr. Funded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and the Humboldt Foundation. Organisers Kerstin Dross-Krüpe and M.-L. Nosch, Kassel Universität, 11.-14 November 2015.

 

Gaben, Waren und Tribute. Stoffkreisläufe und antike Textilökonomie/ Don, marchandise et impôt. La circulation des biens textiles et l'économie antique / Gifts, Commodities and Dues. The Circulation of Textiles and Ancient Economy. 9-10 June, 2016. Leibniz Universität Hannover. Organisers Beate Wagner-Hasel and Marie-Louise Nosch.

 

Dyes and Spices. Interdisciplinary exploratory international workshop, Copenhagen and Lejre, 31 August 2016. Organisers: Cécile Michel, Ida Demant, Philippe Abrahami, Marie-Louise Nosch, Eva Andersson Strand.

 

 

Funding ID

 

1996-2000: PhD grant from the Danish Ministry of Research (€ 160 000)

 

2001-2002: Postdoc. grant from The Institute of Aegean Prehistory, Philadelphia, USA ($23 000)

 

2001:          Statens humanistiske Forskningsråd, support for hosting conferenc Ancient Texties (DKK 30,000)

 

2002:          ESF Exploratory Workshop for hosting and publication of Ancient Textiles (€14000)

 

2003:          Elisabeth Munksgaard Foundation, grant for publication of Ancient Textiles (DKK20,000)

 

2003:          Dronning Margrethe og Prins Henriks Fond, grant for publication of Ancient Textiles (DKK 25,000)

 

2005:          Danish Research Council for Culture and Communication, grant for publication of my monograph The Knossos Od Tablets (DKK 25,000)

 

2003-2005: Postdoc. grant from Carlsberg Foundation, Denmark (ca. DKK 800 000)

 

2005-2010: Funding for the Centre for Textile Research from the Danish National Research Foundation (€2.4 million)

 

2006:          Danish Research Council for Culture and Communication, grant for laboratory analyses (€ 22 266)

 

2007:          Danish Research Council for Culture and Communication, grant for EU application (€ 13 333)

 

2007:          Dan og Lilian Finks Fond, grant for publication of book Medieval Broadcloth (€2000)

 

2008:          ESF Exploratory Workshop (€14 000) for hosting and publishing Textile Terminologies from the 3rd to the 1st millennium BC in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Near East

 

2007-2010: Directorate-General for Education and Culture of the European Commission, in coordination with the Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency (€270000)

 

2009:          Eliteforsk 2009 (€ 120 000)

 

2010-2014: Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA JRP) project Fashioning the Early Modern: Innovation and Creativity in Europe, 1500-1800 (€ 185 000)

 

2010-2015: Funding for the 2nd period of Centre for Textile Research from the Danish National Research Foundation (€3.3 million)

 

2012:          Funding Danish Ministry of Research, for hosting a conference on textile research in Europe and China at Hangzhou, China, April 2013 (DKK 347.000)

 

2012-2014: Funding for one Marie Curie researcher grants from the 7th Frame Program (€300,000)

 

2012-2014: 7th Frame Program bonus from UCPH (DKK 500,000)

 

2013-2015: Funding for six Marie Curie researcher grants from the 7th Frame Program

 

(€1.5 million)

 

2013-2015: 7th Frame Program bonus from UCPH (DKK 3,000,000)

 

2013-2018: Anneliese Maier Award awarded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, (€ 250,000)

 

2014-2016: Funding for 3 Marie Curie researcher grants from the 7th Frame Program (€700,000)

 

2014-2016: 7th Frame Program bonus from UCPH (DKK 1,500,000)

 

2014:          Getty Research Institute fellowship (17,000 $)

 

2015-2017: Funding for 4 Marie Sklodowska Curie researcher grants from Horizon2020 (€1million)

 

2015:          EuOpstart (DKK 50,000)

 

2016-2018: Funding for 2 Marie Sklodowska Curie researcher grants from Horizon2020 (€420,000)

 

2016-2017: Funding for Web of Knowledge, exchange between Egypt and Denmark, The Arab Initiative, Ministery of Foreign Affairs (DKK 950,000) (declined)

 

2017-2019: THREAD. Funding from the Innovation Fund Danmark (DKK 4,900,000)

 

2017-2019: Funding for 2 Marie Sklodowska Curie researcher grants from Horizon2020 (€420,000)

 

2017           : INSTAP publication subvention for Mycenological Proceedings ($7500)

 

2017           : R. K. Rasks legat, publication subvention for Mycenological Proceedings (DKK20,000)

 

 

Research adminitrative tasks and qualifications

 

Member, Research Council, Faculty of the Humanities, University of Copenhagen (2006)

 

Member, Research Council, SAXO Institute, Faculty of the Humanities, University of Copenhagen (2007-2014)

 

Research Management Course, Copenhagen Business School (2005-2006)

 

Research Management Course Lyst til Ledelse, University of Copenhagen (2007)

 

Research Management Course, The Danish National Research Foundation (2007-2008)

 

Diploma in board governance (2012)

 

Member, SAXO Institute Council, Faculty of the Humanities, University of Copenhagen (2014-2016)

 

Member, Research Council, SAXO Institute, Faculty of the Humanities, University of Copenhagen (2017)

 

 

 

Publications

 

 Google scholar: h-index 18; i10-index 33; 963 citations

 

 1997

 

  1. Marie-Louise Gregersen, „Craftsmen in the Linear B Archives“ in C. Gillis, Ch. Risberg & B. Sjöberg (eds), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece. Production and Craftsmen. Proceedings of the 4th and 5th International Workshops, Athens 1994 and 1995. SIMA Pocket-book 143 (1997), 43-55.
  2. Marie-Louise Gregersen, „Pylian craftsmen: payment in kind/rations or land“ in Ph. Betancourt & R. Laffineur (eds), Tekhne. Proceedings of the 6th International Aegaean conference at Philadelphia, Temple University, April 1996. Aegaeum 16 (1997), 397-406.

 

 

 

1998

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch, „L’administration des textiles en Crète centrale, hors des séries Lc/Le/Ln“ BCH 122 (1998), 404-406.

 

 

 

2000

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch, „Acquisition and Distribution: ta-ra-si-ja in the Mycenaean Textile Industry“ in C. Gillis, Ch. Risberg & B. Sjöberg (eds), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece. Acquisition and Distribution. Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop, Athens 1996. SIMA Pocket-book 154 (2000), 43-61.
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, „Schafe unter Potnia und Hermes in Knossos“ in F. Blakholmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998. Wiener Forschungen zur Archäologie 3 (2000), 211-215.
  3.  Marie-Louise Nosch, „The Geography of the ta-ra-si-ja“, Aegean Archaeology 4 (1997-2000), 27-44.
  4.  Marie-Louise Nosch, „Cloth in the Cult“ (abstract of paper), Potnia. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age. 8th International Aegean Conference, University of Göteborg, 12-15 April 2000, Journal of Prehistoric Religion 14 (2000), 41. With Massimo Perna.
  5. Marie-Louise Nosch,  The Organisation of Work in the Mycenaean Textile Industry, PhD thesis,  University of Salzburg, Austria, June 2000. Unpublished.

 

 

 

2001

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch, „Kinderarbeit in den mykenischen Palästen“ in F. Blakholmer & H. Szemethy (eds), 8. Österreichischer Archäologentag, vom 23. bis 25. April 1999. Wiener Forschungen zur Archäologie 4 (2001), 37-43.
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, „The Textile Industry at Thebes in the Light of the Textile Industries at Pylos and Knossos“, in Festschrift in honour of A. Bartonek. Studia Minora Facultatis Philosophica Universitatis Brunensis n. 6 (2001), 177-189.
  3. Marie-Louise Nosch, „Cloth in the Cult“ in R. Hägg & R. Laffineur (eds), Potnia. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age. 8th International Aegean Conference, University of Göteborg, 12-15 April 2000, Aegaeum 22 (2001), 471-477. With Massimo Perna.
  4. Marie-Louise Nosch, „Entre collecteurs et travailleurs: les 'responsables' dans l’industrie textile de Knossos“ in Les modalités du contrôle économique dans le monde minoen et mycénien. Journées Egéennes 1999. Ktema 26 (2001), 133-143.

 

 

 

2002

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch,”Det var græsk,” Sfinx 25, 2002, 157-62.

 

 

 

2003

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch, „The Women at work in the Linear B Tablets“ in A. Strömberg & L. Larsson Lovén (eds), Gender, Culture and Religion in Antiquity. Proceedings of the second Nordic symposium on women’s lives in Antiquity, Helsinki, 20-22 October 2000. SIMA, Pocket-book 166 (2003), 12-26.
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, "With a Little Help from my Friends: Investigation Mycenaean Textiles with the help from Scandinavian Experimental Archaeology", in METRON. Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age. Proceedings of the 9th International Aegean Conference / 9e Rencontre égéenne internationale, Yale University, 18-21 April 2002, edited by Karen Polinger Foster and Robert Laffineur, Aegaeum 24 (2003), 197-205 and table XLV. Co-author Eva Andersson.
  3. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Centre and Periphery in the Linear B Archives” in The Periphery of the Mycenaean World. 2nd international interdisciplinary Colloquium, 26-20 September, Lamia 1999. Proceedings, Nina Kyparissi-Apostolika & Mani Papakonstantinou (eds.), Ministry of Culture, 14th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, Athens (2003), 63-70.

 

 

 

2004

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch, Review of Manufacture and Measurement. Counting, Measuring and Recording Craft Items in Early Aegean Societies. – A. Michailidou Ed. – Paris : De Boccard, 2001, REA 106 (2004), 357-358.
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, Review of V. Aravantinos, L. Godart, A. Sacconi,  Thebès. Fouilles de la Cadmée. I. Les tablettes en linéaire B de la odos Pelopidou. Edition et commentaire, Pisa – Rome 2001. Gnomon 76 (2004), 535-541. With K. Waldner.
  3. Marie-Louise Nosch, „Red Coloured Textiles in the Linear B Inscriptions“, in L. Cleland & K. Staers (ed.), Colour in the Ancient Mediterranean World. BAR International Series 1267 (2004), 32-39.

 

 

 

2006

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch, „La Lineare B nei paesi germanofoni (BRD, DDR, Austia, Swizzera)“, in M. R. Cataudella, A. Greco, G. Mariotta (eds), Gli storici e la lineare B cinquant'anni dopo. Atti del Convegno internazionale, Firenze 24-25 novembre 2003, Padova, S.A.R.G.O.N. (2006), 121-144.
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, “More Thoughts on the Mycenaean ta-ra-si-ja system”, in M. Perna (ed.),  Fiscality in Mycenaean and Near Eastern Archives. Proceedings of the Conference held at Soprintendenza Archivistica per la Campania, Naples 21-23 October 2004 (2006), 161-182.
  3. Marie-Louise Nosch, „La réception du déchiffrement du linéaire B dans les deux Allemagnes“ in P. Darque, M. Fotiadis & O. Polychronopoulou (eds.), Mythos. La préhistoire égéenne du XIXe au XXIe siècle après J.-C. Actes de la table ronde internationale d'Athènes (21-23 novembre 2002), Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique, Supplément 46, 301-315, 375, 385, 395.
  4. Marie-Louise Nosch, „Scribe 103 and the Mycenaean Textile Industry at Knossos: The Lc(1) and Od(1) Sets“, Minos 37-38 (2002-2003) [2006], 121-142. With Richard Firth.

 

 

 

2007

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch, „Eliten und Elitenbildung in der Mykenologie“, in E. Alram-Stern and G. Nightingale (eds), Keimelion. Elitenbildung und elitärer Konsum von der mykenischen Palastzeit bis zur Homerischen Epoche. The Formation of Elites and Elitist Lifestyles from Mycenaean Palatial Times top the Homeric Period. Akten des internationalen Kongresses vom 3. bis 5. Februar 2005 in Salzburg, Veröffentlichungen der Mykenischen Kommission, Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien (2007), 299-310.
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, The Knossos Od Series. An Epigraphical Study, Veröffentlichungen der Mykenische Kommission Band 25, Mykenische Studien 20, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-historische Klasse, Denkschriften, 347. Band (2007).
  3. C. Gillis & M.-L. B. Nosch (eds), Ancient Textiles. Production, Craft and Society. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Ancient textiles, held at Lund, Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark on March 19-23, 2003. Ancient Textiles Series 1, Oxbow Books, Oxford (2007).
  4. “Introduction”, in C. Gillis & M.-L. B. Nosch (eds), Ancient Textiles. Production, Craft and Society. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Ancient textiles, held at Lund, Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark on March 19-23, 2003. Ancient Textiles Series 1, Oxbow Books, Oxford (2007), iii-x. With Carole Gillis.
  5. C. Gillis & M.-L. B. Nosch (eds), First Aid for the Excavation of archaeological Textiles. Ancient Textiles Series 2, Oxbow Books, Oxford (2007).
  6. C. Gillis & M.-L. B. Nosch, “Introduction”, in C. Gillis & M.-L. B. Nosch (eds), First Aid for the Excavation of archaeological Textiles. Ancient Textiles Series 2, Oxbow Books, Oxford (2007), 1-4. With Carole Gillis.
  7. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Stable strontium isotopic ratios from archaeological organic remains from the Thorsberg peat bog”, Rapid Comm. Mass. Spetrom. 21 (2007), 1541-1545. With C. von Carnap-Bornheim, G. Grupe, A.-M. Mekota, M. M. Schweissing.
  8.  Marie-Louise Nosch, „The history of the Homeric priestess Theano: a view from the past“ in L. Larsson Loven & A- Strömberg (eds.), Public roles and personal status. Men and Women in Antiquity. Proceedings of the third Nordic symposium on gender and women’s history in Antiquety, Copenhagen 3-5 October 2003, Paul Åströms Förlag, Sävedalen (2007), 165-183.

 

 

 

2008

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Administrative Practices in Mycenaean palace administration and economy” in A. Sacconi, M. del Freo, L. Godart & M. Negri (eds), Colloquium Romanum. Atti del XII Colloquio Internazionale di Micenologia, Roma 20-25 febbraio 2006, Pasiphae. Rivista di Filologia e Antichità egee 2 (2008), 595-604.
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, “The Mycenaean Palace-Organised Textile Industry” in M. Perna and F. Pomponio (eds.), The Management of Agricultural Land and the Production of Textiles in the Mycenaean and Near Eastern Economies,  Studi egei e vicinorientali 4 (2008), 135-154.
  3. M. Gleba, C. Munkholt, M.-L. Nosch (eds.) Dressing the Past. Ancient Textiles Series 3 (2008).
  4. Margarita Gleba, Cherine Munkholt and Marie-Louise Nosch, “Introduction”, in M. Gleba, C. Munkholt, M.-L. Nosch (eds.) Dressing the Past. Ancient Textiles Series 3 (2008), ixx-xxiii.
  5. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Haute Couture in the Bronze Age”, in M. Gleba, C. Munkholt, M.-L. Nosch (eds.) Dressing the Past. Ancient Textiles Series 3 (2008), 1-12.
  6. Eva Andersson, Linda Mårtensson, Marie-Louise Nosch, Lorenz Rahmstorf, “New Research on Bronze Age Textile Production”, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 51 (2008), 171-174.
  7. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Conference report: Military and Textile Conference held at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, May 2008”, Textile History 39:2 (2008), 258-259.
  8. Marie-Louise Nosch, “The Mycenaean Textile Industry on the Kadmeion” in Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Boeotian Studies, held at Levadeia, Greece, September 2000 (2008), 191-202.
  9. Marie-Louise Nosch, Anne Marie Carstens, Judit Pásztókai-Szeöke, ”Clothing and Identities in the Roman World”, Archaeological Textiles Newsletter 40, 2008, 31.

 

 

 

2009

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch,”Artemis in the Mediterranean Bronze Age”, in Tobias Fischer-Hansen and Birte Poulsen (eds), From Artemis to Diana. The Goddess of Animals and People, Danish Studies in Classical Archaeology, ACTA HYPERBOREA 12, Museum Tusculanum Press, Copenhagen (2009), 21-39
  2. Eva Andersson Strand, Linda Mårtenssen, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Shape of Things: Understanding a Loom Weight”, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 28.4, 373-398.
  3. K. Frei, R. Frei, U. Mannering, M. Gleba, H. Lyngstrøm, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Provenance of Textiles – a pilot study evaluating the Sr isotope system in wool”, Archaeometry 51:2 (2009(, 252-276.
  4. Eva Andersson, Marcella Frangipane, Marie-Louise Nosch, Romina Laurito, Antoinette Rast-Eicher, Susan Möller-Wiering, Marie-Louise Nosch, Agnete Wisti Lassen, “Arslantepe (Turkey): Textiles, Tools and Imprints of Fabrics from the 4th to the 2nd millennium BC“, Paléorient. 35:1, 5-29 (2009).
  5. Kathrine Vestergård and Marie-Louise B. Nosch (eds), The Medieval Broadcloth: Changing Trends in Fashions, Manufacturing, and Consumption, Ancient Textiles Series 6, Oxbow Books (2009)
  6. Kathrine Vestergård and Marie-Louise B. Nosch, “Introduction”, in Kathrine Vestergård and Marie-Louise Nosch (eds), The Medieval Broadcloth: Changing Trends in Fashions, Manufacturing, and Consumption, Oxbow Books  (2009), ix-xi.
  7. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Les allocations de laine enregistrées dans les tablettes en Linéaire B de Thèbes”, Kadmos 48 (2009), 77-92.

 

 

 

2010

 

  1. Eva Andersson, Karin Frei, Margarita Gleba, Ulla Mannering, Marie-Louise Nosch, Irene Skals, “Old textiles – new possibilities”. European Journal of Archaeology 13:2 (2010), 1-25.
  2. Maurizio Del Freo, Francoise Rougemont and Marie-Louise Nosch, “The Terminology of Textiles in the Linear B Tablets, including Some Considerations on Linear A Logograms and Abbreviations, in Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Textile Terminologies in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from the Third to the First Millennia BC, Ancient Textiles Series 8, Oxbow (2010), 338-373.
  3. Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Textile Terminologies”, in Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Textile Terminologies in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from the Third to the First Millennia BC, Ancient Textiles Series 8, Oxbow (2010), ix-xix.
  4. Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Acknowledgements and research frameworks for the investigation of textile terminologies in the 3rd and 2nd millennia BC”, in Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Textile Terminologies in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from the Third to the First Millennia BC, Ancient Textiles Series 8, Oxbow (2010), vii-viii.
  5.  Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Textile Terminologies in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from the Third to the First Millennia BC, Ancient Textiles Series 8, Oxbow Books, Oxford (2010) 444 pages.
  6. Kjeld Galster, Katrina Honeyman & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Textile History and the Military. Textile History 41. Supplement volume 1. (2010)
  7. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Textile History and the Military: an introduction”, in Kjeld Galster, Katrina Honeyman & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Textile History and the Military. Textile History 41. Supplement volume 1. (2010), 1-6.
  8. Eva Andersson, Elena Felucca, Marie-Louise Nosch, Luca Peyronel, “New Perspectives on the Bronze Age Textile Production in the Eastern Mediterranean. The First Results with Ebla as a Pilot Study”, in P. Matthiae, F. Pinnock, L. Nigro, N. Marchetti  (eds.) Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Rome 5-10 May 2008. (2010), 159-176.
  9. C. Bergfjord, S. Karg, A. Rast-Eicher, M.-L. Nosch, U. Mannering, R. G. Allaby, B. M. Murphy, B. Holst, “Comment on ‘30,000-Year-Old Wild Flax Fibers’”, Science vol. 328, 25 June 2010, 1634.

 

 

 

2011

 

  1.  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” (2011): http://www.drakainacave.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=83&Itemid=73&lang=en
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, „The Mycenaean administration of textile production in the palace of Knossos: observations on the Lc(1) textile targets“, AJA 115.4 (2011), 495-505.
  3. Marie-Louise B. Nosch, „Methodological considerations regarding the parameters for the classification of the Knossos Od Tablets”, Pasiphae V (2011), 29-37.
  4. Marie-Louise Nosch (ed.), Wearing the Cloak. Dressing the Soldier in Roman Times. Ancient Textiles Series 10 (2011) (150 pages)
  5. Marie-Louise Nosch and Henriette Koefoed, “Introduction and acknowledgement”, in Marie-Louise Nosch (ed.), Wearing the Cloak. Dressing the Soldier in Roman Times. Ancient Textiles Series 10 (2011), v-vii.
  6. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Textile Production in Late Bronze Age Khania. Evidence from the Greek-Swedish excavations at the Agia Aikaterini Square Kastelli”, Proceedings of the 10th International Cretological Congress (held at Khania in 2006), A3 (2011), 407-420. With E. Andersson and L. Mårtensson.

 

 

 

2012

 

  1.  Marie-Louise Nosch, “Den mykenske tekstilproduktion i paladsøkonomien 1400-1200 f.v.t.”, Sfinx 2012, 9-12.
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, “The Textile Logograms in the Linear B Tablets: Les idéogrammes archéologiques – des textiles”. In Études mycéniennes 2010. Actes du XIII[e] colloque international sur les textes égéens, Sèvres, Paris, Nanterre, 20-23 septembre 2010, édités par Pierre Carlier, Charles De Lamberterie, Markus Egetmeyer, Nicole Guilleux, Françoise Rougemont, Julien Zurbach (2012), 303-344.
  3. Marie-Louise Nosch & Robert Laffineur (eds) KOSMOS. Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age. 13th international Aegean conference held at Copenhagen, April 2010/13eme rencontre égénne, Copenhague, avril 2010. Aegaeum 33 (2012)
  4. Marie-Louise Nosch & Robert Laffineur, « Preface », in Marie-Louise Nosch & Robert Laffineur (eds) KOSMOS. Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age. 13th international Aegean conference held at Copenhagen, April 2010/13eme rencontre égénne, Copenhague, avril 2010. Aegaeum 33 (2012), vii-viii
  5.  Marie-Louise Nosch, „From Texts to Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age”, in Marie-Louise Nosch & Robert Laffineur (eds) KOSMOS. Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age. 13th international Aegean conference held at Copenhagen, April 2010/13eme rencontre égénne, Copenhague, avril 2010. Aegaeum 33 (2012), 43-56.
  6. Susanne Lervad, Pascaline Dury, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Verbal and Non-Verbal configurations of textiles: a diachronic study”, Conférence TOTh 2011. Terminologie & Ontologie : Théories et applications, Annecy, 26 - 27 mai 2011. (2012). 201-220.
  7. Richard Firth & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Spinning and Weaving Wool in Ur III Administrative Texts” Journal of Cuneiform Studies 64 (2012), 67-84.
  8.  Marie-Louise Nosch, Review of “Prähistorische Textilkunst, K. Grömer, Bryn Mawr classical review (2012)
  9. C. Bergfjord, U. Mannering, K. M. Frei, M. Gleba, A. B. Scharff, I. Skals, J. Heinemeier, M.-L. Nosch, B. Holst, „Nettle as a distinct Bronze Age textile plant”, Scientific Reports 2012, 2 : 664 | DOI: 10.1038/srep00664

 

 

 

2013

 

  1. Henriette Koefoed, Marie-Louise Nosch, Eva Andersson Strand (eds.) Textile Production and Consumption in the Ancient Near East, Ancient Textiles Series 12, Oxbow Books, Oxford (2013)
  2. Henriette Koefoed, Marie-Louise Nosch, Eva Andersson Strand, “Introduction”. In Henriette Koefoed, Marie-Louise Nosch, Eva Andersson Strand (eds.) Textile Production and Consumption in the Ancient Near East, Ancient Textiles Series 12, Oxbow Books, Oxford (2013), v-viii.
  3. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Review of Alberto Bernabé, Eugenio R. Luján: Introducción al Griego Micénico. Gramática, selección de textos y glosario. Zaragoza: Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza 2006. XV, 363 S. (Monografías de Filología Griega. 18.)”, Gnomon 2013, 193-195.
  4. Andersson Strand E., Breniquet C., Nosch M.-L., Tengberg M. (eds.) Préhistoire des Textiles au Proche-Orient /Prehistory of Textiles in the Near East. Special issue of Paléorient 38. 1 (2013)
  5. Andersson Strand E., Breniquet C., Nosch M.-L., Tengberg M. , “Introduction au dossier « Préhistoire des Textiles au Proche-Orient »/Introduction to the file “Prehistory of Textiles in the Near East”, Paléorient 38. 1 (2013), 13-20.
  6. J. Cutler, E. Andersson Strand, M.-L. Nosch, “Textile production in Quartier Mu”, in J.-C. Poursat (ed.), Fouilles exécutées à Malia. Le Quartier Mu V. Vie quotidienne et techniques au minoen Moyen II. Études crétoises 34 (2013), 95-118, pl. V 1-8, pl. 5.1.
  7. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Travels, Transmissions, and Transformations – and Textiles”. In S. Sabatini and S. Bergerbrant (eds.) Counterpoint: Essays in Archaeology and heritage Studies in Honour of Professor Kristian Kristiansen, BAR International Series 2508 (2013), 469-476. With Ulla Mannering, Eva Andersson Strand, Karin Frei.

 

 

 

2014

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Voicing the Loom: Women, Weaving, and Plotting”. In D. Nakassis, J. Gulizio and S. A James (eds.) KE-RA-ME-JA: Studies presented to Cynthia Shelmerdine. Prehistory Monographs 46, INSTAP Press (2014), 91-101.
  2. Fashionable Encounters. Perspectives and Trends in Textiles and Dress in the Early Modern Nordic World. Ancient Textiles Series 14, Oxbow Books, Oxford (2014), edited by Tove Engelhardt Mathiasen, Marie-Louise Nosch, Maj Ringgaard, Kirsten Toftegaard, Mikkel Venborg Pedersen.
  3. 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. International conference at Marburg Universität. Phillipika 73 (2014), 17-42
  4. Marie-Louise Nosch, “The Wool Economy in Greece in the end of the II millennium BCE”, in Cécile Michel and Catherine Breniquet (eds), Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean: From the Beginnings of Sheep Husbandry to Institutional Textile Industry. Ancient Textiles Series 17 (2014). Oxbow Books, Oxford, 366-395.
  5. Joanne Cutler, Marie-Louise Nosch, Eva Andersson Strand, “Technical textile tools  report on Phaistos” in  P. Militello, Festòs e Haghia Triada. Rinvenimenti minori I. Materiale per la tessitura, Padova, Botthega d’Erasme (2014), 291-298.
  6. Joanne Cutler, Marie-Louise Nosch, Eva Andersson Strand, “Technical textile tools  report on Ayia Triada” in  P. Militello, Festòs e Haghia Triada. Rinvenimenti minori I. Materiale per la tessitura, Padova, Botthega d’Erasme (2014), 299-306.
  7. Christina Margariti, Marie-Louise Nosch, Irene Skals, “Preliminary report on the Bronze Age fibre find from Phaistos” in  P. Militello, Festòs e Haghia Triada. Rinvenimenti minori I. Materiale per la tessitura, Padova, Botthega d’Erasme (2014), 307-309.
  8. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Prefazione”. In F. Meo, L’attività tessile a Herakleia di Lucania tra III e I secolo a.C., Fecit Te, Roma, Scienze e Lettere dal 1919 (2014).
  9. Marie-Louise Nosch, ”Den blå tråd i antikken”. In Den blå tråd fra antikken til nu. Udstillingskatalog Antikmuseet Aarhus og Østjysk Tekstilkreds (2014)
  10. Mary Harlow & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress: an interdisciplinary anthology. Ancient Textiles Series 19 (2014). Oxbow Books, Oxford (423 pages)
  11.  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 cross-disciplinarity”. In Mary Harlow & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress: an interdisciplinary anthology. Ancient Textiles Series 19. Oxbow Books, Oxford (2014), 1-33.
  12. Mary Harlow and Marie-Louise Nosch, “Acknowledgements”, in Mary Harlow & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress: an interdisciplinary anthology. Ancient Textiles Series 19. Oxbow Books, Oxford (2014), v.
  13. Mary Harlow, Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Prehistoric, Ancient Near Eastern and Aegean Textiles and Dress: an interdisciplinary anthology. Ancient Textiles Series 18. (2014) Oxbow Books, Oxford (320 pages)
  14. Mary Harlow Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Acknowledgements”, in Mary Harlow, Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Prehistoric, Ancient Near Eastern and Aegean Textiles and Dress: an interdisciplinary anthology. Ancient Textiles Series 18. (2014) Oxbow Books, Oxford, v.
  15. Marie-Louise Nosch, Zhao Feng and Lotika Varadarajan (eds.) Global Textile Encounters. Ancient Textiles Series 20. Oxbow Books, Oxford – Primus Editor, New Delhi – Donghua University Press, Shanghai (2014). (312 pages)
  16. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Acknowledgements”, in Marie-Louise Nosch, Zhao Feng and Lotika Varadarajan (eds.) Global Textile Encounters. Ancient Textiles Series 20. Oxbow Books, Oxford – Primus Editor, New Delhi – Donghua University Press, Shanghai (2014), 311.
  17. Marie-Louise Nosch, “The Aegean wool economies of the Bronze Age” (2014). Textile Society of America Symposium Proceedings. Paper 900. http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/tsaconf/900
  18. Lazaros Kolonas, Christina Margariti, Irene Skals, Kalliope Sarri, Ina Vanden Berghe, Marie-Louise Nosch, "A Protogeometric urn cloth from Stamna, Aitolia, Greece".  Hallsattt NESAT conference, May 2014. Poster

 

 

 

2015

 

  1. Karin Margarita Frei, Ulla Mannering, Kristian Kristiansen, Morten E. Allentoft, Andrew S. Wilson, Irene Skals, Silvana Tridico, Marie Louise Nosch, Eske Willerslev, Leon Clarke and Robert Frei, “Tracing the dynamic life story of a Bronze Age Female”, Scientific Reports , 21 May 2015, 5:10431 | DOI: 10.1038/srep10431 (2015)
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, “The Wool Age: Textile Traditions and Textile innovations.” In F. Ruppenstein and J. Weilhartner (eds.) Tradition and Innovation in the Mycenaean Palatial Polities. Veröffentlichungen der Abteilung für Ägäische und Mykenische Forschungen, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-historische Klasse, Denkschriften, 487. Band. Mykenische Studien 34 (2015).Academy of sciences, Wien, 167-201.
  3. Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015) (402 p)
  4. Irene Skals, Susan Möller-Wiering and Marie-Louise Nosch, “Survey of archaeological textile remains from the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean area”, in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  61-74 and appendix A and B
  5. Linda Olofsson, Eva Andersson Strand and Marie-Louise Nosch, “Experimental testing of Bronze Age textile tools” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  76-100.
  6. Linda Olofsson and Marie-Louise Nosch, “Test of loom weights and 2/2 twill weaving” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015), 119-126.
  7. Eva Andersson Strand and Marie-Louise Nosch, “Introduction to the CTR database” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015), 145-152.
  8. Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch and Joanne Cutler, “Textile tools and textile production – studies of selected Bronze Age sites introduction” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  191-196.
  9. Pietro Militello, Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch and Joanne Cutler, “Textile tools from Ayia Triada, Crete, Greece” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  207-214.
  10. Pietro Militello, Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch and Joanne Cutler, “Textile tools from Phaistos, Crete, Greece” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  215-228
  11. Jean-Claude Poursat, Françoise Rougemont, Joanne Cutler, Eva Andersson Strand and Marie-Louise Nosch, “Textile tools from Quartier Mu, Malia, Crete, Greece” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  229-242.
  12. Iris Tzachili, Stella Spantidaki, Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch and Joanne Cutler, “Textile tools from Akrotiri, Thera, Greece” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  243-246.
  13. Katie Demakopoulou, Ioannis Fappas, Ann-Louise Schallin, Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch and Joanne Cutler, “Textile tools from Midea, mainland Greece” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  247-252.
  14. Iphiyenia Tournavitou, Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch and Joanne Cutler, “Textile production at Mycenae, mainland, Greece” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  253-266.
  15. Lorenz Rahmstorf, Małgorzata Siennicka, Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch and Joanne Cutler, “Textile tools from Tiryns” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  267-278.
  16. Maria Emanuela Alberti, Vassilis Aravantinos, Ioannis Fappas, Athina Papadaki, Françoise Rougemont, Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch and Joanne Cutler, “Textile tools from Thebes, mainland Greece” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  279-292.
  17. Evi Papadopoulou, Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch and Joanne Cutler, “Textile tools from Archontiko, northern Greece” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  293-298.
  18. Ernestine S. Elster, Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch and Joanne Cutler, “ Textile tools from Sitagroi, northern Greece” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  299-308.
  19. Marta Guzowska, Ralf Becks, Eva Andersson Strand, Joanne Cutler and Marie-Louise Nosch, “Textile tools from Troia, western Anatolia” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  309-328.
  20. Joanna Smith, Joanne Cutler, Eva Andersson Strand and Marie-Louise Nosch, “Textile tools from Apliki, Cyprus” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  329-336.
  21. Joanna Smith, Joanne Cutler, Eva Andersson Strand and Marie-Louise Nosch, “Textile tools from Kition, Cyprus” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015), 337-346.
  22. Assaf Yasur-Landau, Nurith Goshen, Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch and Joanne Cutler, “Textile tools from Tel Kabri, Israel” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015), 347-349.
  23. Eva Andersson Strand and Marie-Louise Nosch, “Summary of results and conclusions” in Eva Andersson & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.) Tools, Textiles and Contexts: Textile Production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age, Ancient Textiles Series 21, Oxbow (2015),  351-383.
  24. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Conference report: Silk on the Silk Road, Hangzhou 11-14 October 2015”, Archaeological Textiles Review 57 (2015), 131-132.
  25. Marie-Louise Nosch, “The Loom and the Ship in ancient Greece. Shared knowledge, shared terminology, cross-crafts, or cognitive maritime-textile archaeology?” In Henriette Harich-Schwarzbauer (ed.), Weben und Gewebe in der Antike:  Materialität – Repräsentation – Episteme – Metapoetik. / Texts and textiles in the ancient world: Materiality – Representation – Episteme – Metapoetics. Ancient Textiles Series 23. Oxbow, Oxford (2015), 109-132.

 

 

 

2016

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch, “What’s in a name? What’s in a sign? Writing wool, scripting shirts, lettering linen, wording wool, phrasing pants, typing tunics.” In S. Lervad, P. Flemestad, L Weilgaard Christensen eds. TOTh workshop 2013, The Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research, University of Copenhagen: Verbal and non-verbal representation in terminology (2016), 91-113.
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, „L’archéologie expérimentale et les tests systématiques d’outils de la production textile”, in F. Blondé (ed.), L'artisanat en Grèce ancienne, filières de production, table ronde, École française d’Athènes, octobre 2007 (2016), 193-209.
  3. Marie-Louise Nosch, Ulla Mannering and Eva Andersson Strand, “Mise en œuvre d’une approche globale des textiles anciens au Centre de recherche sur les textiles de Copenhague”, Perspective. La revue de l'INHA, 157-170.
  4. N. Makarov, I. Vanden Berghe, Alexia Coudray, I. Skals, K. M. Frei, M.-L. Nosch, „An 11th century AD archaeological textile from Shekshovo, Russia”, Archaeological Textiles Review 58 (2016), 34-42.
  5. G. Fanfani, M. Harlow, M.-L. Nosch (eds) Spinning Fates and the Song of the Loom: the use of textiles, clothing and cloth production as metaphor, symbol and narrative device in Greek and Latin literature.  Ancient Textiles Series 24, Oxbow Books, Oxford (2016). (350 p)
  6. G. Fanfani, M. Harlow, M.-L. Nosch, “Textiles and Clothing Imagery in Greek and Latin Literature: Structuring, Ordering and Dissembling”, in G. Fanfani, M. Harlow, M.-L. Nosch (eds) Spinning Fates and the Song of the Loom: the use of textiles, clothing and cloth production as metaphor, symbol and narrative device in Greek and Latin literature.  Ancient Textiles Series 24, Oxbow Books, Oxford (2016), 323-340.
  7. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Spinning Gold and Casting Textiles”, in J. Driessen eds, RA-PI-NE-U Studies on the Mycenaean World offered to Robert Laffineur for his 70th Birthday, Aigis. Actes de colloquies 10, 221-232.
  8. Marie-Louise Nosch, “La produzione dei tessuti”. In M. Perna & M. Del Freo (eds.), Manuale di micenologia. Introduzione allo studio dei testi in lineare B, vol 2 (2016), 433-451.
  9. Kerstin Dross-Krüpe and M.-L. Nosch (eds.) Textiles. Trade and Theories, from the Ancient Near East to the Mediterranean. Karum – Emporion – Forum. Beiträge zur Wirtschafts-, Rechts- und Sozialgeschichte des östlichen Mittelmeerraums und Altvorderasiens. Band 2. Ugarit-Verlag, Münster (2016)
  10. Kerstin Dross-Krüpe and M.-L. Nosch, “Textiles, Trade and Theories. How scholars past and present view and understand textile trade the ancient Near East and the Mediterranean in antiquity”. In Kerstin Dross-Krüpe and M.-L. Nosch (eds Textiles. Trade and Theories, from the Ancient Near East to the Mediterranean. Karum – Emporion – Forum. Beiträge zur Wirtschafts-, Rechts- und Sozialgeschichte des östlichen Mittelmeerraums und Altvorderasiens. Band 2. Ugarit-Verlag, Münster (2016), 293-329.
  11. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Tekstil og vævning i oldtiden”, Søren Handberg & Birthe Poulsen (eds), Ars Labore - håndværk og teknik i antikken. Orbis Terrarum 2016, 267-288.
  12. M.-L. Nosch, “The international conference, Archaeology of textile: production and contexts in the 1st millennium BCE, organised by Romina Laurito (Centre for Textile Research, University of Copenhagen/SAR-LAZ)  and Margarita Gleba (University of Cambridge)”, Archaeological Textiles Review 58, 110-111.

 

 

 

2017

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Textile crops and textile labour in Mycenaean Greece” in Marta Oller, Jordi Pàmias, Carlos Varias (ed.) Land, Territory and Population in the Ancient Greece: institutional and mythical aspects, Colloqui Internacional: “Terra, territori i població a la Grècia antiga: aspectes institucionals i mítics” Utopica Verlag (2017), 3-38.
  2. Salvatore Gaspa, Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Textile Terminologies from the Orient to the Mediterranean and Europe, 1000 BC to 1000 AD, Zea Books, University of Nebraska–Lincoln  (2017) (536 pages) http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1056&context=zeabook
  3. Salvatore Gaspa, Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Preface, Acknowledgements”, in Salvatore Gaspa, Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Textile Terminologies from Orient to the Mediterranean and Europe, 1000 BC to 1000 AD, Zea Books, University of Nebraska–Lincoln  (2017), 3-4.
  4. Salvatore Gaspa, Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Textile Terminologies, state of the art and new directions”, in Salvatore Gaspa, Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Textile Terminologies from Orient to the Mediterranean and Europe, 1000 BC to 1000 AD, Zea Books, University of Nebraska–Lincoln  (2017), 19-23.
  5. Peder Flemestad, Mary Harlow, Berit Hildebrandt, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Observations on the Terminology of textile tools in Diocletian’s Edict of Maximum Prices” in Salvatore Gaspa, Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Textile Terminologies from Orient to the Mediterranean and Europe, 1000 BC to 1000 AD, Zea Books, University of Nebraska–Lincoln (2017), 256-277.
  6. Hedvig Landenius-Enegren & Marie-Louise Nosch eds. Aegean Scripts. Proceedings of the14th International Colloquium on Mycenaean Studies, Copenhagen, 2-5 September 2015, incunabula graeca CV, 1-2 (2017) (923 pages) (ISSN 11267348) (ISBN 9788880802754)
  7. Hedvig Landenius-Enegren & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Michael Ventris and Aegean scripts in Scandinavia” in H. Landenius-Enegren & Marie-Louise Nosch eds.  Aegean Scripts. Proceedings of the14th International Colloquium on Mycenaean Studies, Copenhagen, 2-5 September 2015, incunabula graeca CV, 2 (2017), 789-829. (ISSN 11267348)
  8. Hedvig Landenius-Enegren & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Preface and acknowledgements” in H. Landenius-Enegren & Marie-Louise Nosch eds. Aegean Scripts. Proceedings of the14th International Colloquium on Mycenaean Studies, Copenhagen, 2-5 September 2015, incunabula graeca CV, 1(2017), xxvii-xxix.
  9. Camilla Luise Dahl, Marie-Louise Nosch, Sidsel Frisch, Eva Andersson strand, Jens Christian Vesterskov Johansen, 2. nov. 1949 – 26. april 2017. Historisk Tidsskrift 117, 219-221.
  10. Cecilie Brøns & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Textiles and Cult in the Mediterranean in the first millennium BC, Ancient Textiles Series 31, Oxbow Books, Oxford (2017) (260 pages)
  11. Cecilie Brøns & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Preface”. In Cecilie Brøns & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Textiles and Cult in the Mediterranean in the first millennium BC, Ancient Textiles Series 31, Oxbow Books, Oxford (2017), xii-xiii.
  12. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Summary of conference Egyptian Textiles and their Production Word and Object” ATR 59 (2017), 99-100.
  13. Lazaros Kolonas, Christina Margariti, Irene Skals, Kalliope Sarri, Ina Vanden Berghe, Marie-Louise Nosch, "Heirs of the Loom. Funerary Textiles from Stamna (Aitolia, Greece). A preliminary analysis”. In M. Fotiadis, R. Laffineur, Y. Lolos & A. Vlachopoulos (eds.) Hesperos. The Aegean seen from the West. 16th International Aegean Conference, Ioannina, 18-21 May 2016. Aegaeum 41 (2017), ISBN 9789042935624, 533-544

 

 

 

 Selected outreach publications to a larger audience

 

  1. Cecilie Brøns, Peder Flemestad, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Bagsiden”, Sfinx 2012, 40.
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Den røde tråd til antikken” Weekendavisen 2 December 2016, Ideer.
  3. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Fire alen merino” Weekendavisen 15 December 2016, Ideer.
  4. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Global mode i Den Nye Verden” Weekendavisen Juni, 2017, Ideer.
  5. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Tæt på Luthers hue”, Weekendavisen, September, 2017, Ideer.
  6. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Juletekst om dragt i julesange”, Gavstrik nr. 4 (2017), 10-11 (re-print of paper for Weekendavisen, december 2016).
  7. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Handelsrejsende i stoffer – for 4000 år siden” Weekendavisen, Ideer, 1 december 2017, 10.
  8. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Den røde tråd til antikken”, Logos (2017) (abbreviated version of paper from 2016 in Weekendavisen), 36-39.

 

 

Selected publications relevant to research policies and research management

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Center for Tekstilforskning – Centre for Textile Research”, TENEN: Dansk tekstilhistorisk Forening 15. årgang nr. 4 (2005), 24-25.
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, and Mannering, U. 2005, “Centre for Textile Research, CTR, in Copenhagen, Denmark 2005-2010”, Archaeological Textiles Newsletter 40, 29-30.
  3. Carmen Alfaro, Anne Marie Carstens, Marie-Louise Nosch, Annette Paetz gen. Schieck, Judit Pásztókai-Szeöke, Sabine Schrenk, Michael Tellenbach, “DressID and the Cooperation Strategies of an international EU-funded research programme”, in C. Alfaro, M. Tellenbach, R. Ferrero (eds.) Textiles y museológica. Aspectos sobre el estudio, análisis y exposición de los textiles antiguos y de los “Instrumenta textilia”. Clothing and Identities. New perspectives on Textiles in the Roman Empire. Vestimenta e Identidad. Nuevas perspectivas sobre textiles en el Imperio Romano. Actas del I Meeting General, Valencia-Ontinyent, 3-5 de Diciembre de 2007, 37-58. With Carmen Alfaro, Anne Marie Carstens, Annette Paetz gen. Schieck, Judit Pásztókai-Szeöke, Sabine Schrenk, Michael Tellenbach (2009).
  4. Carmen Alfaro, Anne Marie Carstens, Marie-Louise Nosch, Annette Paetz gen. Schieck, Judit Pásztókai-Szeöke, Sabine Schrenk, Michael Tellenbach, “DressID y las estrategias de cooperación de un programa internacional de investigación propiciado por la UE”, in C. Alfaro, M. Tellenbach, R. Ferrero (eds.) Textiles y museológica. Aspectos sobre el estudio, análisis y exposición de los textiles antiguos y de los “Instrumenta textilia”. Clothing and Identities. New perspectives on Textiles in the Roman Empire. Vestimenta e Identidad. Nuevas perspectivas sobre textiles en el Imperio Romano. Actas del I Meeting General, Valencia-Ontinyent, 3-5 de Diciembre de 2007, 37-58. (Spanish translation of the paper above). (2009).
  5. Marie-Louise Nosch & Ulla Mannering, The Danish National Research Foundations Centre for Textile Research 2005-2010, University of Copenhagen (2010).
  6. Marie-Louise Nosch, Hermann Parzinger, „The international scientific advisory board of the “Zentrum für Baltische und Skandinavische Archäologie” in Schleswig: strategies for research”, Zentrum für Baltische und Skandinavische Archäologie, Jahresbericht 2010 (2011), 9-11.
  7. Claus Hviid Christensen, Marie-Louise Nosch, Jens Chr. Djurhuus, Peder Andersen, professor, Peter Olesen, Esther Fihl, Lars Mikkelgaard-Jensen, Annette Toft, ”Politikerne svigter dansk forskning”. Berlingske Tidende, 29 June 2011, (kronik)
  8. Marie-Louise Nosch, Nils Overgaard Andersen, Ole Steen Andersen, Karen Edelvang, Ole Fejerskov, Lars Quortrup, Jørgen Staunstrup, Leif Østergaard, « En ny strategi for Arktis », Politiken 22. august 2011, (kronik).
  9. Frans Gregersen, Dan Zahavi, Eske Willerslev, Jens Hjorth, Jeppe Dyre, Jesper Wengel, Kristian Helin, Marie-Louise Nosch, Ole Mouritsen, Poul Nissen, Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, „Forskere skal selv bevise deres uskyld“ Politiken 16. oktober 2011, (kronik).
  10. Frans Gregersen, Jens Hjorth, Jeppe Dyre, Marie-Louise Nosch, „Scientific Dishonesty?“ Weekendavisen, oktober 2013 (indlæg).
  11. Susanna Borrás, Claus Hviid Christensen, Per Falholt, Per Kongshøj Madsen, Birger Lindberg Møller, Niels Christian Nielsen, Marie-Louise Nosch, Harriet Wallberg-Henriksson, Leif Østergaard, Danmarks Forskningspolitiske Råd. Årsrapport 2011. Det værdiskabende universitet (Danish Council for Research Policy, annual report 2011)
  12. Flemming Besenbacher, Susanna Borrás, Claus Hviid Christensen, Per Falholt, Allan Flyvbjerg, Per Kongshøj Madsen, Birger Lindberg Møller, Marie-Louise Nosch, Harriet Wallberg-Henriksson, Danmarks Forskningspolitiske Råd. Årsrapport 2012. Det værdiskabende universitet (Danish Council for Research Policy, annual report 2012)
  13. Peter Hønggaard Anderssen, Flemming Besenbacher, Susanna Borrás, Claus Hviid Christensen, Per Falholt, Allan Flyvbjerg, Per Kongshøj Madsen, Birger Lindberg Møller, Marie-Louise Nosch, Harriet Wallberg-Henriksson, Danmarks Forskningspolitiske Råd. Årsrapport 2013. Det værdiskabende universitet – fra forskning til forandring (Danish Council for Research Policy, annual report 2013)
  14. Niels Borregaard, Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, Jeppe C. Dyre, Frans Gregersen, Jens Hjorth, Poul Nissen, Marie-Louise Nosch, Helle Porsdam, Jens Ravnkilde, Thorkild I. A. Sørensen, Ditlev Tamm, Jesper Wengel, Eske Willerslev, Dan Zahavi, “I strid med sund fornuft”. Weekendavisen 20. juni 2014 (indlæg i avis).
  15. H. Parzinger, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Scientific report by the Scientific Advisory Board of the ZBSA”, Jahrbuch ZBSA 2014 (2015), 8-9.
  16. Dieter Imboden, Swantje Bargmann, Marie-Louise Nosch, Gerhard Casper, Simon Gächter, Christoph Kratky, Klara Nahrstedt, Felicitas Pauss, Daniel Scheidegger, Internationale Expertenkommission zur Evaluation der Exzellenzinitiative 2014-2016. Endbericht (2016).
  17. H. Parzinger, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Report by the Scientific Advisory Board of the ZBSA”, Jahrbuch ZBSA 2015 (2016), 8-9.
  18. Theodor Nielsen, Rasmus Larsen, Marie-Louise Nosch, ”Regeringen mangler visioner for dansk forskning”, Altinget 7. november 2016.
  19. H. Parzinger, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Report by the Scientific Advisory Board of the ZBSA”, Jahrbuch ZBSA 2016 (2017), 8-9.
  20. Marie-Louise Nosch, ”Eine europäische Perspektive auf die Chancen und Herausforderungen der deutschen Forschungslandschaft”, online publication for Wissenschaftsforum, Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands 2017.

 

http://forscher.de/eine-europaeische-perspektive-auf-die-chancen-und-herausforderungen-der-deutschen-forschungslandschaft/

 

 

Submitted and accepted works, forthcoming in 2018

 

  1. Eva Andersson Strand, Karin Frei, Ulla Mannering, Marie-Louise Nosch, “La donna è mobile. Biographies of mobile women in ancient European societies”, in Margarita Gleba & Manel García-Sánchez (eds), Vetus textrinum: Textiles in the Ancient World. Studies in Honour of Carmen Alfaro, Barcelona (2017), 7-17.
  2. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Les textiles des royautés en Grèce”, in Marie-Joséphine Werlings & Julien Zurbach (eds.) Mélanges Pierre Carlier (2017) (25 p, submitted 2015)
  3. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Textiles”, in Blackwell’s companion to the archaeology of early Greece and the Mediterranean, edited by Antonis Kotsonas and Irene Lemos. (10 p, submitted 2015) ISBN 978-1118770177.
  4. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Observations on Sign a2 in Linear B in the various chronological phases of the Knossos Linear B archives and the mainland Linear B archives” Festschrift Melena, Minos. (15 p submitted 2015)
  5. Eva Andersson Strand & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Into the Wool Zone….Aegean Wool cultures and technologies, in S. Bergerbrandt, K. Kristiansen, S. Sabatini eds. Weaving the Patterns. Textile Production and Specialisation in Europe and the Mediterranean during the 2nd Millennium BC. Ancient Textiles Series. Oxbow Books, Oxford (2018). (20 p submitted 2015)
  6. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Fond memories of Erik Hansen”, in Jesper Tae Jensen, George Hinge, Peter Schultz & Bronwen L. Wickkiser (eds.) Aspects of Ancient Greek Cult II: Sacred Architecture - Sacred Space - Sacred Objects. An International Colloquium in Honor of Erik Hansen.(2 p submitted 2016)
  7. Marie-Louise Nosch, “How to become a textile worker? Training and apprenticeship of child labour in the Bronze Age.” OREA, Verlag der Akademie der Wissenschaften (2017/2018) (9 p, submitted 2016)
  8. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Historisk Genstandsanalyse”, in Mie Femø og Svend Skriver (eds), Metodekogebogen.

 

 

Forthcoming, in preparation

 

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch & Caroline Sauvage, “Loom weights from the Getty Villa collections”, Getty Research Journal
  2. Ulla Mannering, Joanne Cutler, Marie-Louise Nosch and Eva Andersson Strand, Transmission and transition, relationships between textile and fabrics across Europe. EAA
  3. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Textile fibre crops in ancient Greece”, in Rethinking Agriculture in the Ancient Greek World, L. Foxhall, J. Krasilnikoff and H.A. Forbes (eds), Oxford University Press
  4. Marie-Louise Nosch, The Linear B administration of Mycenaean Textile Production. Veröffentlichungen der Mykenische Kommission Band XX, Mykenische Studien XX, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-historische Klasse, Denkschriften, XXX. Band (2018).
  5. Marie-Louise Nosch & Magdalena Ohrman, “The Sound of the Loom”
  6. Marie-Louise Nosch and Joanne Cutler, “Knossos LM II? Textile production. Confronting texts, tools and contexts”
  7. Eva Andersson Strand & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Shape of Things: Understanding a Spindle Whorl”. OJA.
  8. Marie-Louise Nosch, ”Matador: et konfektionseventyr”.
  9. Marie-Louise Nosch, Lorenz Rahmstorf & Caroline Sauvage, “Textiles in Transition: Continuity or Change in Clothing, Fibres, and Technology, from the Late Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age in the Aegean”
  10. Stella Spantidaki, Peder Flemested & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Where are the sails?”
  11. Beate Wagner-Hasel and Marie-Louise Nosch (eds) Gaben, Waren und Tribute. Stoffkreisläufe und antike Textilökonomie/ Don, marchandise et impôt. La circulation des biens textiles et l'économie antique / Gifts, Commodities and Dues. The Circulation of Textiles and Ancient Economy. 9-10 June, 2016. Leibniz Universität Hannover. Steiner Verlag.
  12. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Gaben für den Palast? Textilproduktion im mykenischen Griechenland”. In Beate Wagner-Hasel and Marie-Louise Nosch (eds) Gaben, Waren und Tribute. Stoffkreisläufe und antike Textilökonomie/ Don, marchandise et impôt. La circulation des biens textiles et l'économie antique / Gifts, Commodities and Dues. The Circulation of Textiles and Ancient Economy. 9-10 June, 2016. Leibniz Universität Hannover. Steiner Verlag
  13. Marie-Louise Nosch, “Johanna Messdorf und die Textilarchäologie”.
  14. Marie-Louise Nosch and Kalliopi Sarri, “Carsten Høeg and the ethnographic research in textiles”.
  15. Cecilie Brøns & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Dressing the Cult”
  16. Marie-Louise Nosch, The Loom and the musical Organ
  17. Marie-Louise Nosch, The MSC Experience: the First 7 seven Years.

 

 

Selected presentations at international conferences and seminars

 

May 1995           „Craftsmen in the Linear B Archives“, Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece. The Craftsman and His/Her Rome in Society. Symposium at the Swedish Institute at Athens.

 

March 1996       Lecture tour in Swedish Universities: „Linear B and Crafts“, Department of ancient Greek, University of Gothenburg; Department of Classical Studies, University of Stockholm; Department of Classical Studies, University of Uppsala; Joint seminar with Dr. Iphigenia Tournavitou and Dr. Carole Gillis on Crafts specialisation in Antiquity at Department of Classical Studies, University of Lund and Department of Classical Studies, University of Gothenburg.

 

April 1996           „Pylian craftsmen: payment in kind/rations or land“ in Tekhne. Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age. Temple University, Philadelphia.

 

October 1996    „Acquisition and Distribution: ta-ra-si-ja in the Mycenaean Textile Industry“, Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece. Acquisition and Distribution. 6th International Workshop, The Swedish Institute at Athens.

 

January 1997     „Tarasija in der mykenischen Linear B Schrift”, Dissidantenseminar, Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Salzburg und Universität Wien.

 

March 1998       „L’administration des textiles en Crète centrale, hors des séries Lc/Le/Ln“, Semaine d’épigraphie créto-mycénienne organisée avec le concours des archives historiques de l’Université d’Athènes et Ecole française d’Athènes.

 

May 1998           „Schafe unter Potnia und Hermes in Knossos“, Tagung Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998. Institut für Klassische Archäologie, Universität Wien.

 

March 1999       „Die Administration der Textilproduktion in mykenischer Zeit“, Hauskolloquium der Altertumswissenschaften der Universität Salzburg.

 

March 1999       „Entre collecteurs et travailleurs: les 'responsables' dans l’industrie textile de Knossos“, Les modalités du contrôle économique dans le monde minoen et mycénien. Journées Egéennes 1999. Maison de l’Archéologie et de l’Ethnologie René Ginouvès, Université de Nanterre/Paris X.

 

April 1999           „Kinderarbeit in den mykenischen Palästen“ 8. Österreichischer Archäologentag, vom 23. bis 25. April 1999.  Institut für Klassische Archäologie Universität Wien.

 

September 1999 „Centre and Periphery in the Linear B Archives“, The Periphery of the Mycenaean World. 2nd International Interdisciplinary Colloquium in Lamia, Greece.

 

April 2000           „Cloth in the Cult“, Potnia. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age. 8th International Aegean Conference, University of Göteborg.

 

May 2000           „Two Observations on the Knossos Lc(1) Targets“, 11th International Mycenological Colloquium. Program in Aegean Scripts and Prehistory. Department of Classics, University of Austin, Texas .

 

September 2000  „The Textile Industry at Thebes, according to the Linear B Tablets“ in 4th International Congress of Boeotian Studies, held at Levadeia, Greece. Society of Boeotian Studies.

 

October 2000    „The Working Women in the Linear B Tablets“, Könsperspektiv på kultur och religion under Antiken. Andra nordiska symposiet om genus och kvinnohistoria under Antiken. Hanaholmens Kulturcentrum, Esbo, Finland.

 

March 2001       “Les femmes et les enfants dans la main-d’œuvre des palais mycénien“, Seminar given at Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris.

 

September 2001 „Red coloured cloth“, Colours in Antiquity: Towards an Archaeology of Seeing. Department of Classics, University of Edinburgh.

 

November 2001               “Die griechische Linearschriften”, Seminar, Geisteswissenschaftliche Sektion, Universität Konstanz.

 

December 2001 „Wolle und Textilarbeiter in Linear B“, 9. Österreichischer Archäologentag, Universität Salzburg.

 

April 2002           “With a Little Help from my Friends : Investigation Mycenaean Textiles with the help from Scandinavian Experimental Archaeology“, METRON. Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age. Proceedings of the 9th International Aegean Conference / 9e Rencontre égéenne internationale, Yale University. With Eva Andersson.

 

November 2002               „Les différentes réceptions du déchiffrement du linéaire B dans les deux Allemagnes“, Mythos. La préhistoire égéenne du XIXe au XXIe siècle après J.-C. Table Ronde organisée par l'École française d'Athènes, le Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique et l'Université de Paris I.

 

January 2003     “Mesurer le grain dans les nouvelles inscriptions de Thèbes“ in Mycènes-Homère. Table Ronde. Les cultures de l’Antiquité classique, Université de Nanterre/Paris X.

 

March 2003       “Introduction”,  Ancient Textiles. Production, Crafts, and Society, International conference in Lund and Copenhagen.

 

October 2003    „Den minoiske og mykenske kvindes status i gender-studies litteraturen“, Offentlige roller - personlig status. Kvinder og mænd i antikken. 3rd gender conference, University of Copenhagen.

 

Novembre 2003 „La Lineare B nei paesi germanofoni (BRD, DDR, Austia, Swizzera)“, Convegno internazionale, Gli storici e la lineare B cinquant’anni dopo, Università di Firenze.

 

March 2004       “Aspects de l’économie mycénienne“ Seminar given at Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris.

 

April 2004           ”Bureaucracy in the Mycenaean and Near Eastern Palaces”, EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean. 10th international Aegean conference / / 10eme Rencontre égéenne internationale, organised by the Italian School of Archaeology in Athens and University of Liège.

 

April 2004           ”Paladsøkonomi i den græske Bronzealder”, lecture, Odense Universitet.

 

August 2004       Response to V. Gabrielsen, “Mikro-imperier”, 25:e Nordiska historikermötet, 4-8 augusti, Stockholms Universitet..

 

October 2004    “ta-ra-si-ja in the Mycenaean economy and its Near Eastern analogies”, in Fiscality in Mycenaean and Near Eastern Archives, Soprintendenza Archivistica della Campania et Istituto Universitario Suor Orsola Benicasa, Naples 21.23 October 2004.

 

February 2005   „Eliten und Elitenbildung in der Mykenologie“, International conference Keimelion. Elitenbildung und elitärer Konsum von der mykenischen Palastzeit bis zur Homerischen Epoche, Salzburg.

 

March 2005       “Artemis in the Mediterranean Bronze Age”, Seminar organised by Collegium Hyperboreum, Copenhagen.

 

November 2005 “Center for Tekstilforsknings: forskning i ægæiske tekstilredskaber”, Klassisk Arkæologisk Forening, Copenhagen. With Marta Guzowska

 

January 2006     “Mission of the “Tools and Textiles - Texts and Contexts Research Programme”, 1st Tools and Textiles – Texts and Contexts workshop, organised by The Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research, hosted at the Danish Institute at Athens

 

February 2006   “Rules and principles of Mycenaean palace administration and economy”, XII Colloquio Internazionale di Micenologia, “La Sapienza”, Roma.

 

April 2006           “Minoan, Mycenaean and Homeric textiles and dress” EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology. 11th International Aegean Conference organized by the University of Liège, UCLA and the Getty Villa, Los Angeles.

 

October 2006    “The textile production at late Bronze Age Crete”, Cretological conference, Khania. With Eva Andersson and Linda Mårtensson.

 

December 2006 Special session presented by the Danish National Centre for Textile Research, Mycenaean Seminar, Institute of Classical studies, University of London School of Advanced Studies.

 

October 2007    „L’archéologie expérimentale et les tests systématiques d’outils de la production textile, L’artisanat en Grèce, conférence, École française d’Athènes

 

May 2008           “Textile production at Bronze Age Ebla”, 6th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Rome, 5th - 10th May 2008.

 

September 2008  “The Od series from Knossos – new Sets and Thoughts”. The inner workings of Mycenaean Bureaucracy, Canterbury-Kent, September 19-21

 

December 2008 “References to textiles in Mycenaean Linear B texts and the evidence of contemporary wall-paintings” Early Textiles Study Group - 12th biannual conference Textiles in Art: from the Bronze Age to the Renaissance, London 5th- 6th December 2008

 

February 2009   “Linear B forskning”, Historisk-filologisk selskab, København.

 

March 2009       “The terminology of textiles in the Linear B tablets, with some considerations going back to Linear A ideograms”, Textile Terminologies in the 3rd and 2nd mill BCE. ESF Exploratory workshop held at CTR. With del Freo and Françoise Rougemont.

 

October 2009    “Textiles and dress in Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Greece” Donghua University, Shanghai

 

November 2009               “Inaugural speech/tiltrædelsesforelæsning” Københavns Universitet

 

November 2009               “Introduction and Welcome”, First International Flax Seminar, Carlsberg Akademi.

 

March 2010       “Textiles et couleurs en linéaire B”, Lyon Maison de l’Orient, Université de Lyon, Séminaire transdisciplinaire de recherche, Couleurs dans l’antiquité, Théorie, archéologie, linguistique, realia.

 

April 2010           “From Texts to Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age”. KOSMOS. Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age. 13th international Aegean conference held at Copenhagen, April 2010/13eme rencontre égénne, Copenhague, avril 2010

 

June 2010           ”Study group E: Production and Trade” 4th General Meeting, DressID, Sheffield University.

 

June 2010           ”Linear B and textile production” Lecture, Dept. of Archaeology, Sheffield University.

 

September 2010  “Textile Logograms and Bronze Age Archaeology”. XIIIème colloque international sur les textes égéens, Sèvres, Nanterre, Paris

 

June 2011           ”Agriculture et textile”, Séminaire d’histoire économique de l’Antiquité, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris. With P. Flemestad.

 

February 2012   „Text und Textil in der ägäischen Bronzezeit“, 1 day similar, Textile Production in Antiquity with the presentation of the New Research on Khirbat al-Mudayna, Jordan, 29th of February hosted by the Commission for Egypt & the Levant, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria.

 

April 2012           “Textile production in the Aegean Bronze Age”, The Bard Graduate Center, New York

 

April 2012           “Textiles and Dress in the transitional period” Hunter College, department of antiquities, Aegean Archaeology, NYU.

 

April 2012           “Textile research in CTR, Copenhagen” Hunter College, Department of antiquities, NY.

 

April 2012           “Response to B. Wagner-Hasel” and “Response to P. Fibiger Bang” Workshop at Harvard, 20-21 April 2012, Exchange along the Silk Roads between Rome and China in Antiquity: The Silk Trade

 

April 2012           “Textile production in the Bronze Age Aegean: Texts, Tools, Terminology and Time”, Department of Near Eastern Languages and civilisation, Yale University

 

September 2012 „Divinely royal: Garments of Kings and Priests”, Interdisziplinäre Tagung „Weben und Gewebe in der Antike“ Materialität – Repräsentation – Episteme – Metapoetik, Castelen, 30. August – 1. September 2012 (Organisation: Prof. Henriette Harich-Schwarzbauer, Latinistik, Dep. Altertumswissenschaften, Universität Basel)

 

October 2012    “India as the cupboardful of colourful and luxurious textiles”, INDO-DANISH TEXTILE WORKSHOP – 16th Oct.2012 at JNU. Perspectives on Production, Trade and Cultural Interactions. Convened by Prof. Vijaya Ramaswamy, Centre for Historical Studies, JNU

 

November 2012               “The Wool Economy in Greece, end of IInd millennium and Ist millennium B.C.E.”, ESF Exploratory Workshop: “Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean: From the Beginnings of Sheep Husbandry to Institutional Textile Industry” Nanterre (France), 7-10 November 2012. Convened by Cécile Michel and Catherine Breniquet

 

November 2012               “The Wool economy in Bronze Age and Iron Age Europe” Lecture given at Donghua University, Shanghai

 

November 2012               “The Wool economy in Bronze Age Europe” Lecture given at China National Silk Museum, Hangzhou, China

 

March 2012       “The flax trade in antiquity” Textile Trade and Textile Distribution in antiquity. International conference at Marburg Universität

 

March 2013       “Textile traditions and Textile innovations” Tradition and Innovation in the Mycenaean Palatial Polities, Academy of sciences, Wien

 

May 2013           “Tradition and innovations in Bronze Age: textiles and clothing in the Aegean and in Northern Europe”. To Εθνι Ίδρυμα Ερευνών και το Κοινωφελές Ίδρυμα Αλέξανδρος Σ. Ωνάσης

 

October 2013    E. Harlizius-Klück & M.-L. Nosch “Textile cosmos and the atomic model” Creativity in science and society. A symposium celebrating Niels Bohr, 7-9 October 2013. Organized by The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters

 

October 2013    “Table ronde conclusive” Crise et croissance dans les économies des mondes anciens. Qu’est-ce qu’une crise économique dans l’Antiquité ? Université Lumière Lyon 2. With Jean Andreau, Natacha Coquery, Frédérique Duyrat & M.-L. Nosch

 

October 2013    “Textile crops and textile labour in Mycenaean Greece” Land, Territory and Population in the Ancient Greece: institutional and mythical aspects, Colloqui Internacional: “Terra, territori i població a la Grècia antiga: aspectes institucionals i mítics”University of Barcelona

 

November 2013               “Verbal and non-verbal representation in textile terminology” TOTh workshop 2013, The Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research, University of Copenhagen: Verbal and non-verbal representation in terminology

 

November 2013               “Summing up”, Textiles and Cult in the Mediterranean Area in the first Millennium BC. International Workshop, Copenhagen, 21st and 22nd of November 2013

 

November 2013               “W(e)ave”. Masterclass Framings, organised by E. Harlizius-Klück

 

February 2014   “Animal fibres and Plant fibres in Mycenaean texts: what are the administrative differences and the practical ramifications?” Excellenzcluster 264, TOPOI, Workshop „Fibre Distinction“,Freie universität Berlin

 

March 2014       “La production textile mycénienne” Séminaire d’historie et d’archéologie des mondes orientaux (SHAMO). Les textiles dans l’Orient ancien. ArScAn Paris 1

 

April 2014           “Textile Production in the Late bronze Age” Lecture given at The Danish Institute at Athens, with Joanne Cutler

 

September 2014 “The Aegean wool economies of the Bronze Age” Textile Society of America, Los Angeles 10-14 September

 

September 2014 “Mycenaean textiles: The Linear B documentation” Textile Society of America, Los Angeles 10-14 September

 

October 2014    “The Stamna textile Find” Getty Villa brown bag lecture

 

October 2014    “Tradition and innovations in Bronze Age: textiles and clothing in the Aegean and in Northern Europe” UCLA Pizzae Talks

 

November 2014               “Dye plants in Linear B”, Yale University, USA

 

November 2014               “Textile crops in Mycenaean palaces agriculture” Hunter College New York, Textile Symposium, USA

 

November 2014               “Experimental Textile Archaeology” Vassar College, USA

 

November 2014               “Textiles in Greek religion from the 2nd to the 1st mill BCE” Vassar College, USA. With Cecilie Brøns.

 

November 2014 “The ship and the Loom, sailing and weaving” Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles

 

December 2014 “Textiles and Clothing from the 2nd to the 1st millennium BCE” Getty Research Institute Lecture, Getty Villa Los Angeles

 

December 2014 The Loom weights from the Getty Villa, Textile Tool seminar, CTR, University Copenhagen. With Caroline Sauvage.

 

March 2015       Into the Wool Zone….Key Note, with E Andersson Strand, international conference, Göteborg University

 

September 2015 Opening speech. Mycenology in Scandinavia. Aegean Scripts. 14th International Congress on Aegean Scripts, Copenhagen, 2-5 September 2015, with H. Landenius-Enegren

 

November 2015               Concluding remarks. Textile trade and distribution from the Ancient Near East to the Mediterranean 1000 BC to 400 AD / Textilhandel und -distribution. Vom Alten Orient zum Mittelmeerraum, 1000 v.Chr. bis 400 n. Chr. Funded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and the Humboldt Foundation. Organisers Kerstin Dross-Krüpe and M.-L. Nosch, Kassel Universität, 11.-14 November 2015

 

April 2016           The Sound of the Loom, Sound and Auditory Culture in Greco-Roman Antiquity, University of Missouri, Columbia,

 

April 2016           How to become a Textile Workers. 10th International Conference on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Wien.

 

May 2016           Heirs of the Loom. First results of the textile analyses from Stamna. HESPEROS. 16th International Aegean Conference, held in Ioannina, 18-21 May 2016 Ioannina. With Kalliopi Sarri.

 

June 2016           Textiles in the Cult in 2nd and 1st millennium Greece. Altertumswissenschaftliches Forschungskolloquium im Sommersemester 2016, Katholische Universität Eichstätt. Joint lecture with Cecilie Brøns.

 

February 2017   Nye udfordringer og gamle uløste problemer i mykensk græsk og Linear B-forskningen, Filologisk-Historisk Samfund

 

February 2017   Ancient Textiles, new Methods. Moscow: «Archaeological Investigations: New Materials and Interpretations», at the Institute of Archaeology in Moscow. Russian Academy of Sciences (IA RAS)

 

April 2017           Texts and Textiles, Award colloquium, Bard Graduate Centre New York.

 

April 2017           Where are the Sails? Classical Association Conference, Canterbury, University of Kent.

 

October 2017    The Mobility of Mycenaean Women. Tales of Bronze Age Women Workshop, National Museum of Denmark

 

November 2017               Ancient textile production and its economic aspects according to 19th-20th centuries historiography. Workshop Egyptian Textiles and their Production: "Word" and "Object".

 

March 2018       Bronze Age Aegean textiles and textile terminology. 2018 Oriental Institute Symposium “Outward Appearance vs. Inward Significance: Addressing Identities through Attire in the Ancient World.”

 

Outreach presentations and dissemination of knowledge

 

December 2004  Presentation of Centre for Textile Research, The Danish National Research Foundation, the Academy of Sciences, Copenhagen.

 

April 2005           Presentation of Centre for textile Research, Seminaire d’épigraphie mycénienne, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris.

 

September 200 Presentation of The Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research, Grand Opening, University of Copenhagen.

 

October 2005    Presentation of The Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research,  The Agnes Geier Meeting, Uppsala University.

 

January 2006     “Center for Tekstilforskning” Kvindelige Akademikeres Forening, København.

 

November 2008 “Tekstilforskning”, lecture given on the occasion of the Einar Hansen Honorary Award, Academy of Sciences, Copenhagen.

 

June 2009           ”Progress in Textile Research from the northern provinces of the EU”. 4th General Meeting of DressID, Hallstatt, Austria

 

March 2009       “Femmes et textiles dans l'antiquité de la Mésopotamie à l'Égée / Women and textiles in Antiquity from Mesopotamia to the Aegean”. Lecture given at Ambassade de France. With Maria Giovanna Biga and Cécile Michel.

 

March 2009       “Center for Tekstilforskning”. Fyraftensmøde Dansk Magisterforening.

 

March 2009       “Forskningsledelse ved Center for Tekstilforskning”. Oplæg for DPUs ledelse.

 

April 2009           “Center for Tekstilforskning”. Sjællands Væverlaug, Statens Værksteder, København.

 

May 2010           “Center for Tekstilforskning”, Det Kongelige Biblioteks Akademi

 

September 2009 “Center for tekstilforskning”, Midtjysk Tekstilkreds, Viborg Væverlaug.

 

March 2010       “Hvad fik de tiden til af gå med?”, Videnskabernes Selskab, København

 

March 2010       “Hvad nåede vi? Og hvad nåede vi ikke?”, Brown Bag, Saxo Institute

 

March 2010       ”Store forskningsprojekter, store ansøgninger”, International Postdoc. Seminar, Georg Brandes Skolen KU, Berlin Humboldt Universität

 

March 2010       ”Tekstilforskning”, Østjysk Tekstilkreds, Århus

 

September 2010  “Center for Tekstilforskning”, Vestsjællands Væverlaug, Lejre

 

October 2010    ”Internationalisation, a centre of excellence in Europe”, Annual Meeting Danish National Research Foundation

 

November 2010  ”Forskning og karriere”, Panel meeting, Talent Lab, University of Copenhagen

 

December 2010  ”Om at brande/synliggøre sin forskning”, PhD klubben, KUA, University of Copenhagen

 

September 2011 ”Hvad fik de tiden til at gå med? Om tekstilproduktion i Oldtiden” Hjortekær Søndagsskole, Herlev.

 

December 2011 ”Women in Research”, workshop Institute for Biology KU

 

February 2012   “Tale til Eliteforsk” Eliteforsk, Videnskabsministeriet, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

 

March 2012       Presentation of Centre for Textile Research, for a delegation from the Indian Ministry of Textiles

 

November 2012               “What ancient textiles tell us about cultures” Niels Bohr Institute lecture

 

November 2012               “Dansk Forskning anno 2012- et statustjek set fra Danmarks Forskningspolitiske Råd” Det unge Akademi, Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes selskab, Carlsberg Akademi

 

September 2013 Investigating the Mycenaean Bronze Age through Linear B Inscriptions and Experimental Archaeology. Anneliese Maier-Forschungspreis: Preisverleihung und Fachkolloquium Frankfurt am Main, 25.-27. September 2013.                

 

January 2014     “Men – Women and Textiles”. Speech at Professor Symposium, University of Copenhagen.

 

March 2014       ”Guder og religion in Linear B”. Den Anden Verden. Tro og overtro i antikken Forårsseminar af Phrontisterion – Studenterforeningen ved afdeling for græsk og latin..

 

October 2014    Dinner talk, Copenhagen Sustainability Conference.

 

January 2015     L’économie des textiles, en linéaire B et dans la Grèce archaïque, classique et hellénistique. Seminaire l’économie antique, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris

 

January 2015     Les cultures textiles, le lin, le chanvre, les plantes de teinture, et leur rôle dans l’économie antique de la fin du 2e millénaire et au 1e millénaire. Seminaire l’économie antique, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris

 

February 2015   L’économie du luxe du 2e au1 millénaire. Seminaire l’économie antique, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris

 

March 2015       Les textiles à l'âge du bronze: les traditions et les innovations. Conférence, Ecole Haute des sciences Sociales, Paris

 

April 2015           Linear B. Gefion gymnasium København

 

April 2015           Die Entzifferung von Linear B und ihre Bedeutung für die Altertumswissenschaften. Universität Göttingen, althistorisches Seminar

 

May 2015           Kleidergeschichten in der späte Bronzezeit Europas, Museum August Kestner

 

May 2015           The Ship and the loom. Gendered spaces and shared technology Seminar für Alte Geschichte, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg

 

June 2015           Workshop Die Linear B-Administration von Knossos“ and Lecture Die Entzifferung von Linear B und ihre Bedeutung in Deutschland, Universität Bremen, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft.

 

June 2015           La Marie Curie master class à CTR et une nouvelle stratégie postdoctorale. CNRS, Nanterre Université Paris X.

 

June 2015           Textilforschung in CTR 2020. Humboldt Universität Berlin

 

October 2015    Silk in Greek and Roman Literature, Silks from the Silk Road: Origin, Transmission and Exchange. Symposium, Hangzhou, China, Oct. 11th--Oct. 14th.

 

October             New Directions in textile Research, Humanomics+CTR seminar University Copenhagen

 

November 2015               Presentation del Center of Textile Research a cargo de la dirección CTR, WORKSHOP Precolumbian TEXTILES. Universidad nacional Mayor de San Marcos. Lima. Escuela academic professional de conservacion y restauracion. Facultad de letras y ciencias humanas

 

November 2015               How to create a textile research centre? Museo Amano, Lima.

 

March 2016       The role of supervisor in MSCA IF projects and University of Copenhagen's activities for success, MSCA IF Masterclass Univerze v Ljubljani / University of Ljubljana MSCA IF Masterclass, v podporo prijavam na razpis Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships /in support for applications to Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships call

 

September 2016 New research projects at the CTR, Copenhagen, 2016-2017. Symposium, Silk Road Textiles, Hangzhou, China

 

November 2016               CTR Jubilee, University Copenhagen

 

February 2017   Oldtidens tekstiler, Dansk Selskab for Orientalsk Tæppekunst, København

 

February 2017   Dreams are the Touchstones of our Character –Young People’s Dreams for Life at 60...Symposium and Reception on The Occasion of Minik Rosing’s 60th Birthday, Museum of Natural History, København

 

March 2017       Schiff und Webstuhl, Institut für Archäologie, Universität Wien. Exhibition opening.

 

April 2017           Uld som bronzelderens ressurce, Vin og Videnskab, Statens Naturhistoriske Museum, København

 

May 2017           Diskussion og erfaringsudveksling om forskningscenterledelse. Det Unge Akademi, Videnskabernes Selskab

 

May 2017           Teams, motivation and outreach with examples from my centre. Lab Retreat, CPR and Matthias Mann Lab.

 

May 2017           MSC applications, the view from the supervisor, HUM UCPH

 

May 2017           MSC applications, best practice, HUM UCPH

 

May 2017           Feedback on the Copenhagen experience. Traps and tricks, Master Class for Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowships Applicants, Paris X, Nanterre and CNRS

 

October 2017    What’s in a name? Textile and garment terminology, École Thématique: Ancient Textiles, Université Clermond Ferrand.

 

October 2017    Tekstiler som kulturens DNA. Foredrag for Kristelig Dagblads læsere

 

October 2017    Linear B skriften, oplæg på Rysensteen gymnasium.

 

December 2017 How to work with MSCA as a recruitment tool, MSCA 20th Anniversary at Aarhus University

 

Februar 2018     Linear B skriften, oplæg på Gefion gymnasium.

 

 

 

 

Knowledge of languages

Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, English, German, French & Italian.

Education

Historian

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