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Prof Marie Louise Stig Sørensen

Prof Marie Louise Stig Sørensen

Professor of Archaeology

Marie Louise Sørensen is available for consultancy.

Office: 1.6
West Building

Office Phone: 01223 333522

Research Interests

I have several specific research interests as well as feeling deeply involved with the Archaeological project as such. The underlying thematic link between my current research interests is the connection between identity and material culture. I am exploring this theme through archaeological case studies, through Heritage Studies, and through gender studies.

Bronze Age temperate Europe
Since my first undergraduate essays on the Bronze Age I have been intrigued about the nature and characteristics of communities during this period. I have worked with material from Scandinavia, England and central Europe, and been involved with the investigation of new data as well as revisiting old classic sites, such as the grave of Leubingen. I am interested in investigating the mechanisms which, within local cultural contexts, enable the development and maintenance of local traditions and the construction of various kinds of identities. My research has rested on the premises that material culture is an important medium for cultural communication and is actively involved in the formation of the cultural context. I am currently investigating the spread of cremation during the Middle Bronze Age and the implication it had for attitudes to the body. I am also using the experience from excavating on the Bronze Age tell at Szazhalombatta, Hungary, to rethink the nature of the household during the Bronze Age.

Archaeological theory
I believe all archaeology must involve theory but also that theory should be treated as instruments for exploration rather than directives. Within archaeological theory, I have in particular been involved with the development of gender archaeology. I have explored ideas about the materialization of gender and the interconnection between gender and other social ideals.

Historiography and Heritage Studies
Although Historiography and Heritage Studies are now two distinct sub branches within archaeology, for me they have been naturally interwoven. They provide deeply important dimensions to our understanding of archaeology as a contemporary practice and to the importance of the past in the present. I have worked on the 19th century history of the discipline and the origin of concepts such as typology. I am especially interested in the role of the past in the present with particular focus upon nationalism and identity formation and on how the tangible or intangible heritage is assigned value and is used in identity discourses. My interests also include working on the development of explicit methodologies for heritage studies. I am currently working specifically on how reconstruction of heritage after deconstruction impact identity and sense of belonging.

Research Supervision

Current Students:

Pablo Alonso Gonzalez

Sebastian Becker

Afroditi Chatzoglou

Elizabeth Cohen

Maikel Kuijpers

Hyun Kyung Lee

Leanne Philpot

Calum Robertson

Guohua Yang

 

Past Students:

Charlotte Andrews

Joanna Appleby (née Wilson)

David Barrowclough

Joanna Bruck

John Carman

Elizabeth Crooke

Naomi Farrington

Mary-Catherine Garden

Duncan Garrow

Susan Keitumetse

Jong-Il Kim

Robert Law

Darrin Lee Long

Kirsi Lorentz

Yumiko Nakanishi

Lise Nordenborg Myhre

Archondia Polyzoudi

Ben Roberts

Elizabeth Skates

Joanna Sofaer-Derevenski

Tim Flohr Sorensen (visiting PhD student)

Shadia Taha

Lina Tahan

Susan Thomas

Dacia Viejo Rose

Leo Webley

Donna Elizabeth Yates

Key Publications

[1]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2010). Households. T. Earle (ed.), Organizing Bronze Age Societies. The Mediterranean, Central Europe & Scandinavia Compared. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 122-154.

[2]

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

[3]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2009). Gender, Material Culture and Identity in the Viking Age Diaspora. Viking and Medieval Scandinavia, 5, 245-261.

[4]

Sorensen M.L.S. and Rebay-Salisbury K. (2009). LANDSCAPES OF THE BODY: BURIALS OF THE MIDDLE BRONZE AGE IN HUNGARY. EUR J ARCHAEOL, 11(1), 49-74. DOI: 10.1177/1461957108101241.

Other Publications

Books

[1]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Viejo-Rose D. (2015). War and cultural heritage: Biographies of place.

[2]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Viejo-Rose D. (2015). Introduction: The impact of conflict on cultural heritage: A biographical lens.

[3]

Sørensen M.L.S. (2000). Gender Archaeology. Cambridge: Polity Press.

[4]

Diaz-Andreu M. and Sørensen M.L.S. (1998). Excavating Women: A History of Women in European Archaeology. London: Routledge.

[5]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Thomas R. (1989). The Bronze Age - Iron Age Transition in Europe: Aspects of Continuity and Change in European Societies c. 1200-500 B.C.. (British Archaeological Reports, International Series 483.) Oxford: Archaeopress.

 

Edited books

[1]

K. Rebay-Salisbury and M.L.S. Sorensen (eds.), (2012). Embodied Knowledge. Oxbow Books Limited.

[2]

M.L.S. Sørensen and J. Carman (eds.), (2009). Heritage Studies: Methods and Approaches. London: Routledge.

Articles & Chapters

[1]

Sorensen M.L.S.(2015). ‘Paradigm Lost’ – on the state of typology within archaeological theory. K. Kristiansen, L. Smejda and J. Turek (eds.), Paradigm Found: Archaeological Theory - Present, Past and Future. Essays in Honour of Evžen Neustupný. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 84-94.

[2]

Evans C.J. and Sorensen M.L. (2015). First church of the Tropics. Where slave-traders came to pray. Current World Archaeology

[3]

Sorensen M.L.S. and Viejo-Rose D. (2015). Cultural Heritage and Armed Conflict: New Questions for an Old Relationship. E. Waterton and S. Watson (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Heritage Research. Palgrave Macmillan. 281-296.

[4]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Adriansen I. (2015). DybbØl: The construction and reconstruction of a memorial landscape. War and Cultural Heritage: Biographies of Place. 18-45. DOI: 10.1017/CBO9781107444911.002.

[5]

Sorensen M.L.S.(2014). The Archaeological Culture Concept – Hot or Cold Understandings. H. Alexandersson, A. Andreef and A. Bünz (eds.), Med hjärta och hjärna en vänbok till professor Elisabeth Arwill-Nordbladh. Göteborg: Göteborg Universitet.

[6]

Sorensen M.L.S.(2013). Identity, gender and dress in the European Bronze Age. A. Harding and H. Fokkens (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the European Bronze Age. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 216-233.

[7]

Evans C., Sørensen M.L.S. and Richter K. (2013). An Early Christian Church in the Tropics: Excavation of the N.<sup>a</sup> S.<sup>a</sup> da Conceição, Cidade Velha, Cape Verde. Brokers of Change: Atlantic Commerce and Cultures in Pre-Colonial Western Africa. DOI: 10.5871/bacad/9780197265208.003.0008.

[8]

Sørensen M.L.S., Evans C. and Richter K. (2013). A Place of History: Archaeology and Heritage at Cidade Velha, Cape Verde. Slavery in Africa: Archaeology and Memory. DOI: 10.5871/bacad/9780197264782.003.0018.

[9]

Sorensen M.L.S.(2012). Introduction to Part I: belief as practice. K. Rebay-Salisbury and M.L.S. Sorensen (eds.), Embodied Knowledge. Oxbow Books Limited. 11-14.

[10]

Sorensen M.L.S.(2012). Velkommen Hjem eller velkommen Tilbage - refeksioner over Istedloven. PLUK for forskningen i Sonderjylland

[11]

Sorensen M.L.S.(2012). Notes from a Bronze Age tell: Szazhalombatta-Foldvar, Hungary.. Tthe European Archaeologist, 38, 15-16.

[12]

Sorensen M.L.S.(2012). Panel 4 (working in post conflict countries): moderator and summary. I. Lindblom and C. Paludan-Muller (eds.), Harnessing the Hidden Potential of Cities. Report from the Oslo Workshop 11-12 April 2012. Can Cultural Heritage Investments Support Inclusive Urban Development?. Oslo: NIKU. 93-95.

[13]

Sorensen M.L.S.(2012). The history of gender archaeology in northern Europe. D. Bolger (ed.), A Companion to Gender Prehistory. Wiley-Blackwell. 396-412.

[14]

Evans C., Sorensen M.L.S. and Richter K. (2012). Excavation of one of the earliest Christian churches in the tropics: Na. Sa. da Conceicao, Cidade Velha, Cape Verde. T. Green (ed.), Brokers of Change: Atlantic Commerce and Cultures in Pre-Colonial Guinea of Cape Verde. London: Oxford University Press/British Academy. 173-192. DOI: 10.5871/bacad/9780197265208.001.0001.

[15]

Sorensen M.L.S. and Rebay-Salisbury K. (2012). Embodied knowledge. Reflections on belief and technology: introduction. K. Rebay-Salisbury and M.L.S. Sorensen (eds.), Embodied Knowledge. Oxbow Books Limited. 1-8.

[16]

Sorensen M.L.S.(2011). Introduction. The Historic City - Challenges and Possibilities.. Historic Environment, 23(1), 2-4.

[17]

Sorensen M.L.S.(2011). Cultural heritage and the re-constructin of identities after conflict, H. Anheier and Y.R. Issar (eds.), Cultures and Globalization: Heritage, Memory and Identity, Vol.4 (Cultures and Globalization Series.) London: Sage.

[18]

Sorensen M.L.S., Evans C. and Richter K. (2011). A place of history: Archaeology and heritage at Cidade Velha, Cape Verde. P. Lane and K. MacDonald (eds.), Comparative Dimensions of Slavery in Africa: Archaeology and Memory. London: Oxford University Press/British Academy. 421-442. DOI: 10.5871/bacad/9780197264782.001.0001.

[19]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Evans C. (2011). The Challenge and Potentials of Archaeological Heritage in Africa-Cape Verdean Reflections. AFR ARCHAEOL REV, 28(1), 39-54. DOI: 10.1007/s10437-011-9094-4.

[20]

Sorensen M.L.S.(2010). Bronze Age Bodiness – Maps and coordinates. K. Rebay-Salisbury, M.L.S. Sorensen and J. Hughes (eds.), Body Parts and Bodies Whole: Changing Relations and Meanings. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 54-63.

[21]

Rebay-Salisbury K., Sorensen M.L.S. and Hughes J. (2010). Body parts and bodies whole: introduction. K. Rebay-Salisbury, M.L.S. Sorensen and J. Hughes (eds.), Body Parts and Bodies Whole: Changing Relations and Meanings. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 1-5.

[22]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2009). Between the lines and in the margins: interviewing people about attitudes to heritage and identity. M.L.S. Sørensen and J. Carman (eds.), Heritage Studies: Methods and Approaches. London: Routledge. 164-177.

[23]

Sorensen M.L.S. and Carman J. (2009). Heritage Studies: an outline. Heritage Studies: Methods and Approaches. London: Routledge. 11-28.

[24]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Carman J. (2009). Introduction: making the means transparent: reasons and reflections. M.L.S. Sørensen and J. Carman (eds.), Heritage Studies: Methods and Approaches. London: Routledge. 3-10.

[25]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2008). How are we Europeans? At the crossroads of discourse and practice. ARCHAEOL DIALOG, 15(1), 53-55. DOI: 10.1017/S138020380800250X.

[26]

Solli B., Tringham R. and Sørensen M.L.S. (2008). Parallel lives - An interview with Ruth Tringham. NOR ARCHAEOL REV, 41(1), 43-52. DOI: 10.1080/00293650802181196.

[27]

Sorensen M.L.S. and Rebay K. (2008). From substantial bodies to the substance of bodies: Analysis of the transition from inhumation to cremation during the Middle Bronze Age in central Europe. J. Robb and D. Borić (eds.), Past Bodies: Body-Centred Research in Archaeology. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 59-68.

[28]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Rebay K. (2008). The impact of 19th century ideas on the construction of ‘Urnfield’ as a chronological and cultural concept in Northern and Central Europe. A. Lehoërff (ed.), Construire le temps. Historie et methods des chronologis et cvalendries des derniers millénaires avant notre ère en Europe occidentale. Lille: Bibracte. 57-67.

[29]

Sørensen M.L.S., Rebay K. and Hughes J. (2008). Bodies in Pieces: the Changing Relations between Body Parts and Bodies Whole (session report). The European Archaeologist

[30]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2007). What does sustainability have to do with it? Reflections upon heritage language and the heritage of slavery and missionaries. J. Carman and R. White (eds.), World Heritage: global challenges, local solutions. (BAR International Series.) Oxford: Archaeopress.

[31]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2007). On gender negotiation and its materiality. S. Hamilton, R. Whitehouse and K.I. Wright (eds.), Archaeology and Women. Ancient and Modern Issues. London: UCL Press. 41-51.

[32]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2007). English and Danish Iron Ages – a comparison through houses, burials and hoards. In C. Haselgrove and Rachel Pope (Eds) The Earlier Iron Age in Britain and the near Continent. 328-337, Oxbow Books..

[33]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2007). An archaeologist (about Colin Renfrew). P. Glazebrook (ed.), Jesus. The life of a Cambridge college. Cambridge: Granta Editions.

[34]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2007). Case Study. K. Croucher and W. Romer (eds.), Inclusivity in Teaching Practice and the Curriculum 6.. (Guides for teaching and Learning in Archaeology. Number 6.) The subject centre for History, Classics and Archaeology.

[35]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Rebay K. (2007). Interpreting the body: burial practices at the Middle Bronze Age cemetery at Pitten. Archaeologia Austriaca, 89 (2005), 153-175.

[36]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Rebay K. (2007). Changing Social Practices of Death in Later European Prehistory. R. Karl and J. Leskovar (eds.), Interpretierte Eisenzeiten. (Studien zur Kulturgeschichte von Oberösterreich 16.) 119-123.

[37]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2006). The “Romanization” of gender archaeology. Comments to P. Allison. Archaeological Dialogues, 13(1), 27-31.

[38]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2006). The 'romanization' of gender archaeology. Archaeological Dialogues, 13(1), 27-31. DOI: 10.1017/S1380203806241850.

[39]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2006). Gender, Things, and material Culture. S.M. Nelson (ed.), Handbook of Gender in Archaeology. Berkeley: Altamira Press. 105-135.

[40]

Sørensen M.L.S., Hughes J. and Rebay K. (2006). Knowledge, Belief and the Body (session report). The European Archaeologist

[41]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2005). Feminist Archaeology. C. Renfrew and P. Bahn (eds.), Archaeology: the Key Concepts. London: Routledge. 116-121.

[42]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2004). The Grammar of Drama: An Analysis of the Rich Early Bronze Age Grave at Leubingen, Germany. T. Kienlin (ed.), Die Dinge als Zeichen: Kulturelles Wissen und materielle Kultur. (Universitätsforschungen zur prähistorischen Archäologie 127.) Bonn: Habelt.

[43]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2004). Gender og arkœologisk samfundsanalyse. Arkœlogisk Forum, 11, 9-13.

[44]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2004). Stating Identities: The Use of Objects in Rich Bronze Age Graves. J. Cherry, C. Scarre and S. Shennan (eds.), Explaining Social Change: Studies in Honour of Colin Renfrew. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. 167-176.

[45]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2004). The Interconnection of Age and Gender: a Bronze Age perspective. Ethnographisch-Archäologische Zeitschrift, 45(2-3), 327-338.

[46]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2004). The Archaeology of Gender. J. Bintliff (ed.), A Companion to Archaeology. Oxford: Blackwell. 75-91.

[47]

Leighton M. and Sørensen M.L.S. (2004). Breathing life into the archives: Reflections upon decontextualization and the curatorial history of V.G. Childe and the material from Tószeg. European Journal of Archaeology, 7(1), 41-60. DOI: 10.1177/1461957104047993.

[48]

Naganishi Y., Soderland H., Carman J., Garden M.C. and Sørensen M.L.S. (2003). Making the means transparent: exploring research methodologies in heritage studies. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 9, 275-279.

[49]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2002). Mats P. Malmer (revised and reprinted from Encyclopedia of Archaeology. The Great Archaeologists. Vol. II). Current Swedish Archaeology, 10, 163-177.

[50]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Lucy S. (2002). Prehistoric Finds from the island of Als, Denmark. Past. The Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society, 2002, 8-10.

[51]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Sofaer-Derevenski J. (2002). Becoming cultural: society and the incorporation of bronze. B. Ottoway and E.C. Wager (eds.), Metals and Society. (BAR International Series 1061.) Oxford: Archaeopress. 117-121.

[52]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Uzzell D.L. (2002). The affordances of the past in the creation of national identities. H. Turgut and P. Kellett (eds.), Traditional Environments in a New Millennium: Defining Principles and Professional Practice. Proceedings of Second International Symposium on Traditional Environments in a New Millennium. Amasya (Turkey): Faculty of Architecture, Istanbul Technical University. 42-46.

[53]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2001). Book review: Gender agenda?. Antiquity, 75, 440-442.

[54]

Sørensen M.L.S., Hill J.D. and Lucy S.J. (2001). Long-term history on a Danish Island: The Als Project. Acta Archaeologica, 72(2), 91-107.

[55]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Lucy S. (2001). Landskabets forhistorie. Foreløbige reflektioner fra Als-projektet. Sønderjysk Maanedsskrift, 2(3), 35-41.

[56]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2000). Form, function, context - a commentary on the seminar. D. Olausson and H. Vandkilde (eds.), Form- Function- Context. Material culture Studies in Scandinavian archaeology. Lund: Institute of Archaeology. 299-397.

[57]

Sørensen M.L.S.(2000). Book review: Destiny is not forged in bronze. The Times Higher June

[58]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1999). Forhistorisk arkæologi på Moesgård: Et Internationalt Perspektiv. O. Høiris, H.J. Madsen, T. Madsen and J. Vellev (eds.), Menneskelivets mangfoldighed. Arkæologisk og antropologisk forskning på Moesgård. Århus: Århus unicersitet og Moesgård museum. 81-84.

[59]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1999). Mats P. Malmer. T. Murray (ed.), Encyclopedia of Archaeology. The Great Archaeologists. Vol. II.. Oxford: ABC-Clio. 775-789.

[60]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1999). Book review: J. Jensen. Fra Bronze- til Jernalder. En Kronologisk undersøgelse. Norwegian Archaeological Review, 32(2), 120-122.

[61]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1999). The Als project: long-term history on a Danish island. C. Fabech and J. Ringtved (eds.), Settlement and Landscape. Proceedings of a conference in Århus, Denmark. Århus: Jysk Arkæologisk Selskab. 405-406.

[62]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1999). Changing meaning: Reflection upon historiography and Thomsen’s Three Age System. A. Gustafsson and H. Karlsson (eds.), Glyfer och arkeologiska rum - en vänbok till Jarl Nordbladh. Göteborg: Göteborg University. 133-150.

[63]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1999). Archaeology, gender and the museum. N. Merriman (ed.), Making Early Histories in Museums. London: Leicester University Press. 136-150.

[64]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1999). Sophus Otto Müller. T. Murray (ed.), Encyclopedia of Archaeology. The Great Archaeologists. Vol. I.. Oxford: ABC-Clio. 193-209.

[65]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1998). Arqueologia del género en la arqueologia europas: reflexiones y propuestas. Arqueologia, 19, 157-172.

[66]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1998). The Atlantic Bronze Age - and the construction of meaning. S.O. Jorge (ed.), Existe uma Idade do Bronze Atlantico?. Lisboa: Instituto Portugues de Arqueologia. 255-266.

[67]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1998). Women's Culture in Bronze Age Europe: Social categories or symbolic 'capital'. M. Casey (ed.), Redefining archaeology: feminist perspectives. Canberra: The Australian National University. 84-89.

[68]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1998). Rescue and recovery: on historiographies of female archaeologists. M. Diaz-Andreu and M.L.S. Sørensen (eds.), Excavating Women. A history of women in European Archaeology. 31-60.

[69]

Janik L.D. and Zawadzka H. (1998). Gender politics in Polish archaeology. M. Díaz-Andreu and M.L.S. Sorensen (eds.), Excavating Women: A History of Women in European Archaeology. London: Routledge. 86-104.

[70]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Diaz-Andreu M. (1998). Excavating women: towards an engendered history of archaeology. M. Diaz-Andreu and M.L.S. Sørensen (eds.), Excavating Women. A history of women in European Archaeology. London: Routledge. 1-28.

[71]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1997). Identifying or Including: approaches to the engendering of archaeology. K.A.N., 21, 51-61.

[72]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1997). Material Culture and Typology. Current Swedish Archaeology, 5, 179-192.

[73]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1997). Reading Dress: the construction of social categories and identities in Bronze Age Europe. Journal of European Archaeology, 5(1), 93-114.

[74]

Lucy S., Hill J.D. and Sørensen M.L.S. (1997). The Als Archaeological Project: The changing social landscape of a Danish Island c. 3000 BC to AD 1000, 1997 Season. Archaeological Reports 1997. Durham: Universities of Durham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 58-61.

[75]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1996). Women As/And Metalworkers. A. Devonshire and B. Wood (eds.), Women in Industry and Technology: from prehistory to the present. Current research and the museum experience. London: Museum of London. 45-52.

[76]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1996). Chapter 4. Pottery evidence for formation process in the Late Bronze Age deposits. S. Needham and T. Spence (eds.), Runnymede Bridge Research Excavations, Volume 2. London: British Museum Press.

[77]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1996). Scandinavia in the Bronze Age. B.M. Fagan (ed.), The Oxford Companion to Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University press. 623-625.

[78]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1996). The Fall of a nation. The birth of a subject: the national use of archaeology in nineteenth-century Denmark. M. Diaz-Andreu and T. Champion (eds.), Nationalism and archaeology in Europe. London: UCL Press. 24-47.

[79]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1996). Trundholm. B.M. Fagan (ed.), The Oxford Companion to Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University press.

[80]

Lucy S., Hill J.D. and Sørensen M.L.S. (1996). The Als Archaeological Project: The changing social landscape of a Danish Island c. 3000 BC to AD 1000, 1996 Season. Archaeological Reports 1996. Durham: Universities of Durham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 33-35.

[81]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1995). You know that what you wear you are. Conference on The Identity of Bronze Age Europe. Publications of paper abstracts. Strabourg: Council of Europe.

[82]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1994). Thoughts on Death and Gender. Comments to E. Lohof. Archaeological Dialogues, 1(2), 121-124.

[83]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1993). Book review: E. Hjärthner-Holdor: Järnels och järmetallurgins introduction i sverige. Popular Archaeology

[84]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1992). Book review: Martin Bell: Brean Down report. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society

[85]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1992). Landscape attitudes in the Bronze Age: the Als project. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 2(1), 130-136.

[86]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1992). Gender Archaeology and Danish Bronze Age studies. Norwegian Archaeological Review, 25(1), 31-50.

[87]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1992). Hvilke interesser har engelsk arkaeologi på Als?. Nordslesvigske Museer 1990-91, 17, 5-10.

[88]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1992). European Metal Age Culture for section on European History and Civilization. Encyclopaedia Britannica 18. Macropaedia. 592-604.

[89]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1992). Hvori består forholdet mellem ernaeringsformer og levevis i yngre bronzealder i Skandinavien (What is the relationship between subsistence modes and manner of life in Late Bronze Age Scandinavia?). L.F.A.T.B.L. (ed (ed.), Ekonomi och Näringsformer I Nordisk Bronsålder. Bronseålders symposium. Nämforsen: Umeå University. 1-10.

[90]

Louise M. and Sørensen S. (1992). Gender archaeology and scandinavian bronze age studies. Norwegian Archaeological Review, 25(1), 31-49. DOI: 10.1080/00293652.1992.9965543.

[91]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1991). Gender construction through appearance. D. Walde and N.D. Willows (eds.), The Archaeology of Gender. Calgary: University of Calgary. 121-129.

[92]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1990). Fortiden som periferi (The past as periphery). Nyt, 22, 12-31.

[93]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1990). Handel og Dansk arkæologi (Trade and Danish Archaeology). Hikuin, 16, 7-16.

[94]

SORENSEN M.L.S.(1989). SWEDISH ARCHAEOLOGY 1981-1985 - CARLSSON,A, DAMELL,D, HELLSTROM,P, HYENSTRANDI,A, AKERLUND,A. ANTIQUITY, 63(239), 384-385.

[95]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1989). Book review: A. Carlsson, D. Damell, P. Hellstrom, A Hyenstrand and A. Akerlund (eds) Swedish Archaeology 1981-1985. Antiquity, 63/239, 384-385.

[96]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1989). Period VI reconsidered: Continuity and Change at the Transition from Bronze to Iron Age in Scandinavia. M.L.S. Sørensen and R. Thomas (eds.), The Bronze Age - Iron Age transition in Europe: Aspects of Continuity and Change in European societies c. 1200-500 B.C.. 457-492.

[97]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1989). Ignoring innovation - denying change. The role of iron and the impact of external influences on the transformation of Scandinavian societies 800-400 B.C.. R. Torrence and S.V.D. Leeuw (eds.), What's New? A closer look at the process of innovation. London: Unwin Hyman. 182-202.

[98]

Sørensen M.L.S.(1989). Looking at peripheries. The reproduction of material culture in Late Bronze Age Scandinavia and England. H.A. Nordstrom and A. Knape (eds.), Bronze Age Studies. Stockholm: Statens Historiska Museet. 63-76.

[99]

Sørensen M.L.S. and Needham S. (1989). Runnymede refuse tip: a consideration of midden deposits and their formation. J. Barrett and I. Kinnes (eds.), The Archaeology of Context in the Neolithic and Bronze Age. Sheffield: Sheffield University. 113-126.

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