With contributions by
Charlotte Boje Hilligsø Andersen Rainer Atzbach, Anna S. Beck, Adam Bolander, Jeroen Bouwmeester, Jill Campbell, Sarah Croix, Peter Dragsbo, Paola Galetti, Kate Giles, Ole Grøn, Mogens Skaaning Ravnsbjerg Høegsberg, Christian G. Klinge, Mette Svart Kristiansen, Thomas Kühtreiber, Anne-Louise Haack Olsen, Christina Schmid, Eva Svensson, Danae Tankard, Anne Katrine Thaastrup-Leth and Teva Vidal
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Table of contents
Part 1. Exploring Domestic and Social Space
Ways of Living in Medieval England
Human Spatial Behaviour in Dwellings and Social Psychology
The Investigation of Domesticated Space in Archaeology - Architecture and Human Beings
The Investigation of Domesticated Space in Archaeology - Beyond Architecture
Part 2. Regions and Regionality
The Rural Home. Local or 'European Style'?
'The Schleswig Farmstead' - A Key to the Dynamics of Culture in the Danish-German Borderland from Medieval to Recent Times
Medieval Turf Houses in Jutland, Denmark - A Regional Building Practice?
Islands Across the Sea - Aspects of Regionality in the Norse North Atlantic Diaspora
Part 3. Houses, Homes and Social Strategies
Houses and Households in Viking Age Scandinavia - Some Case Studies
Opening Doors - Entering Social Understandings of the Viking Age Longhouses
"Pat var háttr í pann tíma"
Proper Living - Exploring Domestic Ideals in Medieval Denmark
Form and Function in the Late Medieval Rural House - An example from the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Sussex
A House is Not Just a Home - Means of Display in English Medieval Gentry Buildings
Smoke Houses and Entrepreneurship in Two Rural Villages of Medieval Scania, Örja and Skegrie
The 'Stube' and its Heating - Archaeological Evidence for a Smoke-Free Living Room between Alps and North Sea
Medieval Houses in Aalborg, Denmark - a Study of Excavated Timber Houses
Burned-down Timber-framed Houses in Medieval Odense, Denmark
The House as a Social Project in Northern-Central Italy, c 700-1000
The Development of Dutch Townhouses 700-1300
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