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Own and be owned: archaeological approaches to the concept of possession (2015)
This anthology contains contributions from a workshop on ideas of possession and ownership in archaeology held by the Postdoctoral Archaeology Group (PAG) in the Stockholm Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies.

Papers explore the breadth of ownership in archaeological interpretations, from a tight sense of conferring certain rights and responsibilities, to a mechanism by which identity and values are transferred between persons and objects, to a broader sense of belonging to a group, period, or place. Topics range from Iron Age tattooing to Viking social valuables, from Roman taste to Anglo-Saxon grave robbery, and from Bronze Age rock art to modern folk rituals.

The volume includes a comment by Professor Chris Gosden, University of Oxford, who also acted as workshop discussant.

Klevnäs, Alison & Hedenstierna-Jonson, Charlotte (eds.) 2015: Own and be owned. Archaeological perspectives on the concept of possession. Stockholm Studies in Archaeology, 62. Stockholm: Stockholm University. ISBN: 978-91-637-8212-1; ISSN 0349-4128
 

To Tender Gender: The Pasts and Futures of Gender Research (2012)
The volume contains contributions from a workshop held at the Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies, Stockholm University, in December 2010. The theme of the workshop was the ‘To tender gender’, with the aim of discussing experiences from the history of gender archaeology as well as exploring what’s new and interesting for future research. Ericka Engelstad and Elisabeth Arwill-Nordbladh were the workshop discussants.

Back Danielsson, I-M. & Thedéen, S. (Eds.). 2012.‘To Tender Gender: The Pasts and Futures of Gender Research. Stockholm Studies in Archaeology, 58. Stockholm: Stockholm University. ISBN 978-91-978257-7-1
 

Matters of Scale: Processes and Courses of Events in the Past and the Present (2012)
This volume contains contributions from the workshop ‘Go With the Flow or against the Grain: Processes and Courses of Events in Archaeology and Cultural History’, held in 2011. The workshop focused on small and large processes in the past, and on the importance of differences in scale for our interpretations of such processes. The volume includes a comment by Professor Richard Hingley, University of Durham, who was also the workshop discussant.

Nanouschka Myrberg Burström & Fredrik Fahlander (eds.). 2012. Matters of Scale: Processes and Courses of Events in the Past and the Present. Stockholm Studies in Archaeology, 56. Stockholm: Stockholm University. ISBN 978-91-978257-8-8
 

Making Sense of Things: Archaeologies of Sensory Perception (2010)
The publication ‘Making Sense of Things - Archaeologies of Sensory Perception’ contains contributions from a workshop held at the Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies, Stockholm university, December 2009. The theme of the workshop was the ‘archaeology of the senses’, and aspired to explore the multi-sensuous dimensions of past worlds. The book consists of seven articles with a commentary by Professor Stephen Houston from Brown University, USA. Professor Houston, a pioneer in the field, was invited as discussant at the workshop.

Fredrik Fahlander & Anna Kjellström (Eds.) Making Sense of Things: Archaeologies of Sensory Perception, Stockholm Studies in Archaeology 53, Stockholm: Univ. 2010.
ISBN 978-91-978257-2-6, ISSN 0349-4128.
 

On the Threshold: Burial Archaeology in the Twenty-first Century (2009)
Graves have always been important to archaeology. But what are we met with in a grave? The traces of someone who once was - or has the burial created a new person? Can only the living die and be buried? In this volume old material encounters new perspectives. The focus is not just on the deceased, but also on accompanying artefacts, animals and the survivors. What roles did they play? Here, these and other questions are discussed, with examples from the Stone Age to the present. Reconsider how society deals with death and burial, join us On the Threshold!

Back Danielsson, I-M, Gustin, I, Larsson, A, Myrberg, N & Thedéen, S (eds.). Döda personers sällskap. Gravmaterialens identiteter och kulturella uttryck [On the Threshold. Burial Archaeology in the Twenty-first Century]. Stockholm Studies in Archaeology, 47. Stockholm: Univ. 2009.
ISBN 978-91-978257-0-2, ISSN 0349-4128.