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Prof. Sofia Voutsaki

S. Voutsaki
S. Voutsaki

 

Associate Professor of Greek Prehistory and Theoretical Archaeology

e-mail: s.voutsaki@rug.nl

   

 

Expertise and Research interests

Aegean prehistory, ClassicalArchaeology; The Greek mainland in the Bronze Age; Mycenaean mortuary practices, society and ideology;Social change and cultural interaction in the Argolid during the Middle Bronze Age (MH Argolid Project); Archaeological theory (mortuary theory, gender archaeology, households); History of Greek archaeology and the ideological use of the past in modern times

 

Selected publications

Voutsaki, S., 2010. Agency and personhood at the onset of the Mycenaean period. Archaeological Dialogues 17:1, 65-92.

 

Voutsaki, S., Dietz, S. & Nijboer, A.J., 2010. Radiocarbon analysis and the history of the East Cemetery, Asine. Opuscula. Annual of the Swedish Institutes in Athens and Rome , 31-52.

 

Voutsaki, S., 2010. The Middle Helladic period. In: Cline, E. (ed.), Oxford Handbook for Aegean Archaeology. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 99-112.

 

Voutsaki, S., 2010. The Argolid. In: Cline, E. (ed.), Oxford Handbook for Aegean Archaeology. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 598-613.

 

Voutsaki, S., 2010. From the kinship economy to the palatial economy: The Argolid in the 2nd millennium BC. In: Pullen, D. (ed.), Political Economies in the Aegean Bronze Age. Oxford, Oxbow, 86-111.

 

Triantaphyllou, S., Richards, M. P., Zerner, C. & Voutsaki, S., 2008. Isotopic dietary reconstruction of humans from ╬ťiddle Bronze Age Lerna, Argolid, Greece. Journal of Archaeological Science 35: 3028-3034.

 

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