Lina Håkansdotter

Graduated in 2010 from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, with an MA in archaeology. Her main research interests are the Viking Age and early medieval society in Northern and Eastern Europe, migration and cultural interaction, trade and urbanization.

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Articles by Lina Håkansdotter

  1. Vikings as transmigrant people A new approach to hybrid artifacts

    The wish to ethnically classify everything found in the Viking Age trading locations has led archaeologists to neglect the fact that material in those ethnic categories displays not only similarities but also frequent variations, argues the author. She calls for acknowledgment of the differences and variations within those presupposed ethnic categories.

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