Publications

Eriksen, Marianne Hem
(Updated: February 2017)

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Peer-reviewed journal articles
in prep (with Elise Naumann) Viking foodways: Consumption, households, and social dynamics in Viking-Age Scandinavia.

accepted/in press Don’t all mothers love their children? Deposited infants as animate objects in Iron and Viking Age Scandinavia. World Archaeology 49.

2016 Commemorating dwelling. The death and burial of houses in Iron and Viking Age Scandinavia. European Journal of Archaeology 19(3):477-496.

2016 Den enes død er den annens brød? Om kropp, mat og dødsforestillinger i skandinavisk jernalder. [One’s death, another’s bread? On body, food and concepts of death in Iron Age Scandinavia]. Arr – Idéhistorisk tidsskrift, 2016(2):49-59.

2013 Doors to the dead: The power of doorways and thresholds in Viking Age Scandinavia. Archaeological Dialogues, 20(2), 187-214.
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Peer-reviewed book chapters
in prep. Between ideology and practice: Houses and households in Late Iron-Age Norway. In Viking Age Scandinavia – One, three, or many?, edited by D. Skre, M. Amundsen and U. Pedersen.

in print/2017  Embodied regulations. Searching for boundaries in the Viking Age. In Archaeologies of Rules and Regulations: between text and practice, edited by B.Hausmair, B.Jervis, R.Nugent and E.Williams. Berghan, Oxford/New York.

2015 The Power of the Ring. Door rings, oath rings, and the sacral place. In Viking Worlds. Things, movement, and spaces, edited by M.H. Eriksen, U. Pedersen, B. Rundberget, I. Axelsen and H. Berg, pp. 73–87. Oxbow, Oxford.

2014 Frihetens port. En reise gjennom fortidens dører. In Ja, vi elsker frihet, edited by S. Gullbekk, pp. 304–310. Dreyer, Oslo.

Edited volumes
Eriksen, Marianne Hem, Unn Pedersen, Bernt Rundberget, Irmelin Axelsen and Heidi Berg (editors) 2015  Viking Worlds. Things, spaces, and movement. Oxbow, Oxford.

Gundersen, Ingar Mørkestøl and Marianne Hem Eriksen (editors) 2010 På sporet av romersk jernalder: artikkelsamling fra romertidsseminaret på Isegran 23.-24.januar 2010. Nicolay Skrifter 3, Oslo.

Other articles/dissemination
2017 Kan hus døy? Jarnalderens langhus blei brende og gravlagde. [Can houses die? Iron Age longhosues were burnt and buried].  Interview by Toril Haugen with Apollon – University of Oslo’s research magazine.

2016 På jakt etter menneskene. Et intervju med Marianne Hem Eriksen [Searching for people. An interview with Marianne Hem Eriksen]. Interview with Nicolay 129 (2):35-39.

2016 Things to do during the PhD – publish articles on the side (Guest blog on patter – blog on academic writing) .

2015 Slaver, barn og kvinner. Husholdet i merovingertiden [Slaves, children and women. The household in the Merovingian period] Norgeshistorie.no, retrieved 30. November 2015.

2015 Seksualitet og død. En evig syklus [Sexuality and death. An eternal cycle] Norgeshistorie.no, retrieved 30. November 2015.

2011 Hallen og landskapet. Monumentalitet, liminalitet og transformasjon. Nicolay, 113(1), 11-18 (PDF download).

2009  Jeg fant, jeg fant! Et intervju med Dagfinn Skre [trans. ‘Look what I found! An interview with Dagfinn Skre] Nicolay 108 (2):44-49. (With Kristin Eriksen)

2008 Kan arkeologi skade de døde, eller: Hvor ble det av Kant? [trans. ‘Can archaeology harm the dead, or: Where did Kant go?’] Nicolay 106 (3):43-48.

2008  Annerledeshet og identitet. Et intervju med Brit Solli [trans. ‘Difference and identity. An interview with Brit Solli’] Nicolay 106 (3):5-8. (With Henrik Molnes)

Theses
2015 Portals to the Past: An archaeology of doorways, dwellings, and ritual practice in Late Iron Age Scandinavia. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo.

2010 Between the real and ideal. Ordering, controlling and utilising space in power negotiations. Hall buildings in Scandinavia, 250 – 1050 CE.  Master’s thesis, Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo.