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2019
1 Drefvelin, Caroline; Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
«Beforeigners»- Det er feil mose i trusa. Dagbladet [Newspaper] 2019-08-24
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2 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
"Archaeology of Dwelling": Drømte fortidens mennesker også om hus?. Kulturhistorisk Museum: Feiring av forskning; 2019-08-26
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3 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Architecture, Society, and Ritual in Viking Age Scandinavia. Doors, Dwellings, and Domestic Space. Cambridge University Press 2019 (ISBN 9781108497220) 276 p.
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4 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Building personhood: The longhouse as lifework in late prehistoric Scandinavia. Research seminar; 2019-04-26
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5 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Hvorfor ble døde barn begravet i hus i jernalder og vikingtid? Om ‘rosemaling’ av fortiden.
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6 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Imbuing shadow-houses with life -- Late prehistoric Scandinavia, 1600 BCE-1000 CE. Workshop: Archaeology -- Drawing -- Architecture; 2019-02-15
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7 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Introduction – From the comfortable domus to glimpses of past ontologies. Where the Wild Things Are -- workshop; 2019-03-04 - 2019-03-05
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8 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Viking homes were stranger than fiction: portals to the dead, magical artefacts and ‘slaves’.
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9 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Within four walls? Alterity and violence in Viking Age households. Where the Wild Things Are -- workshop; 2019-03-04 - 2019-03-05
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10 Eriksen, Marianne Hem; Pedersen, Unn; Rundberget, Bernt; Axelsen, Irmelin; Berg, Heidi Lund.
Viking Worlds: Things, Spaces and Movement [Paperback edition]. Oxbow Books 2019 (ISBN 9781789252101) 250 p.
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11 Krüger, Frida Jørstad; Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
‘Arkeologer fant merkelig grav fra vikingtiden’ [Kommentar til utgravning på NTNU]. NRK.no [Internet] 2019-11-08
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12 Krüger, Frida Jørstad; Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Fant sjeldent dødehus fra vikingtiden [Kommentar til utgravning ved NTNU]. NRK [Internet] 2019-09-24
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2018
13 Bratland-Sanda, Solfrid; Blikstad-Balas, Marte; De Moor, Katrien; Eriksen, Marianne Hem; Falkum, Ingrid Lossius; Holmen, Heidi; Aronsen, Jan Magnus.
Akademia må satse på undervisningskarrierer. Khrono.no 2018
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14 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Body-objects in domestic space in Iron and Viking Age Scandinavia. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research Postdoc Forum; 2018-05-31
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15 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Dwelling in place: The longhouse bundling past, present, and future in later prehistoric Scandinavia. European Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting 2018; 2018-09-08
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16 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Dwelling with the dead in Iron and Viking Age Scandinavia: Human-house relationality. Invitert gjesteforelesning, University of Reading; 2018-05-23
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17 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Dørringer, deponeringer og livsløp i jernalder og vikingtid. Halvmagiske sirkler; 2018-10-17
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18 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Embodied regulations: Searching for boundaries in the Viking Age. I: Archaeologies of Rules and Regulations: Between text and practice. Berghahn Books 2018 ISBN 978-1-78533-765-9.
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19 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Longhouses as temporal assemblages in the Iron and Viking Ages. Time and Temporality in the Viking Age; 2018-01-24
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20 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Review: Built on Bones. 15,000 Years of Urban Life and Death by Brenna Hassett. AP: Online Journal in Public Archaeology 2018 ;Volume 7.(2017)
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21 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Slik mislykkes du med doktorgraden (del I). Forskerforum 2018 ;Volume 5. p. 37-
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22 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Slik mislykkes du med doktorgraden (del II). Forskerforum 2018 ;Volume 6.
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23 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
The juice of one tomato. On writing PhD dissertations. Dialogues with the Past: Kvalifiseringsseminar for museumsansatte; 2018-01-30
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24 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
The lives and deaths of houses in Iron and Viking Age Scandinavia. Invitert gjesteforelesning, University of Oxford; 2018-10-29
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25 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Things as people, people as things: Exploring personhood in Iron and Viking Age Scandinavia. Clare Hall 3 Slide Talks; 2018-05-11
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26 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Types, time, and tension: the Scandinavian-style longhouse over the longue durée. Workshop: Living Architecture; 2018-05-18
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27 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Within four walls: Personhood and domestic violence in the Viking Age. Weaving War: New perspectives on violence and society in the Viking Age; 2018-12-12
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28 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Å finne en livsverden i et stolpehull. Nye perspektiver i skandinavisk bosetningsarkeologi. Forskerforum, Arkeologisk Museum; 2018-01-23
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29 Eriksen, Marianne Hem; Bleken, Halfdan.
Gravlagte hus. NRK Ekko [Radio] 2018-04-03
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30 Eriksen, Marianne Hem; Bleken, Halfdan.
Langhuset - nordmenns bolig gjennom 3000 år. NRK Ekko [Radio] 2018-02-20
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2017
31 Bill, Jan; Glørstad, Ann Zanette Tsigaridas; Eriksen, Marianne Hem; Iversen, Frode; Vedeler, Marianne; Aannestad, Hanne Lovise.
Ikke la nynazistene stjele vikingtiden. Morgenbladet 2017
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32 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Approaching identity and individuality in Prehistory [chair]. Paris-Cambridge seminar 'Approaching identity and individuality in Prehistory'; 2017-11-24
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33 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Archaeology of Dwelling. Houses and households over deep time in Scandinavia. Material Culture Lab lunch talks; 2017-03-06
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34 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Assembling houses, house assemblages: How can we study prehistoric buildings from household perspectives?. Buildings in Society III; 2017-05-12 - 2017-05-14
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35 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Bodies and body-objects in domestic space: Atmospheric presence in the long Iron Age of Scandinavia. Dept Research Seminars, Archaeology and History; 2017-10-25
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36 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Can we trace ontology from postholes? A view from Scandinavia’s later prehistory. EAA 2017; 2017-09-01
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37 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Challenges of studying gender in settlements [intro and chair]. Engendering prehistoric domestic space; 2017-07-15
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38 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Deposited infants as animate objects in Iron-Age Scandinavia. EAA 2017; 2017-08-31
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39 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Don't all mothers love their children? Deposited infants as animate objects in the Scandinavian Iron Age. World archaeology 2017 ;Volume 49.(3) p. 338-356
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40 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Fem strategier for å mislykkes som forsker. NIKU lunsjseminar; 2017-03-23
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41 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
House assemblages and domestic space through deep time. 14th Nordic Bronze Age Symposium; 2017-06-06 - 2017-06-09
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42 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
How to fail at research proposals. Cambridge Annual Student Conference (CASA); 2017-09-15
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43 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Investigating Bronze Age households - A view from Scandinavia. Bronze Age Week, ARC12/G04; 2017-05-09
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44 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Kraften av en tomat. Om å skrive doktorgradsavhandling.. Dialogues with the Past. Kvalifiseringsseminar for museumsansatte; 2017-03-21 - 2017-03-22
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45 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
Processing, curating, and fragmenting skulls in Iron and Viking Age Scandinavia. Det norske institutt i Romas foredragsrekke; 2017-10-13
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46 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
The longhouse of Iron-Age Scandinavia: Death, commemoration, and infant deposition. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research Lunch Seminars; 2017-05-31
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47 Eriksen, Marianne Hem.
The processes of engendering: space and materials [intro and chair]. Engendering prehistoric domestic space; 2017-07-15
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48 Eriksen, Marianne Hem; Haugen, Toril.
Can houses die? Iron-age to Viking longhouses were burned and buried. www.heritagedaily.com [Internet] 2017-04-25
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49 Eriksen, Marianne Hem; Haugen, Toril.
Iron-age Viking longhouses were burned and buried in funerals. www.phys.org [Internet] 2017-04-25
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50 Eriksen, Marianne Hem; Haugen, Toril.
Kan hus døy? Jarnalderens langhus blei brende og gravlagde. Forskningsmagasinet Apollon [Journal] 2017-01-27
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