Forskningsprojektet Urbaniseringens Møder og Mennesker resulterede i en lang række publikationer. Herunder er oplistet publikationer, som forskere ved Odense Bys Museer har bidraget til.




Haase, K 2019: An urban Way of Life. Social practices, networks and identities in Odense, AD 1000-1500. Ph.d.-afhandling Aarhus Universitet.


Artikler, peer reviewed

Bjerregaard, M.M.: Building an Identity: Aristocratic Landscape and Conspicuous Consumption at the 16th-Century Bishop’s Palace in Odense. Acta Archaeologica 90:2, pp. 77-96. doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0390.2019.12213.x


Brandt, L.Ø., Ebsen, J.A. & Haase, K. 2020: Leather Shoes in Early Danish Cities: Choices of Animal Resources and Specialization of Crafts in Viking and Medieval Denmark. European Journal of Arcaheology 23:3 , pp. 428-450 doi:10.1017/eaa.2020.2


Brandt, L.Ø., Haase, K & Collins, M. 2018: Species identification using ZooMS, with reference to the exploitation of animal resources in the medieval town of Odense. Danish Journal of Archaeology 7(2), pp. 139-153. doi.org/10.1080/21662282.2018.1468154


Christensen, J.T.: The Medieval Churchyard as a an Urban Empty Space. Tracing Actors Around the Churchyards of St. Alban and St. Canute, Odense. Acta Archaeologica 90:2, pp. 97-110. doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0390.2019.12214.x


Ebsen, J.A. et al 2019: Identifying archaeological leather? Discussing the potentital of grain pattern analysis and zooarchaeology by mass spectrometry (ZooMS) through a case study involving medieval shoe parts from Denmark. Journal of Cultural Hertiage 39, pp. 21-31 doi.org/10.1016/j.culher.2019.04.008

Haase, K. 2018: An urban way of life: How to approach the study of networks and practices in medieval Odense, Denmark. I: Raja, R. and Sindbæk S. (red.): Urban Network Evolutions, pp. 211-216.


Haase, K. 2019: Building urbanity: Spatial organization as social practice in medieval Odense. Acta Archaeologica 90(2), pp. 43-76. doi:10.1111/j.1600-0390.2019.12212.x.


Haase, K. & Hammer, N. 2021: Tracing the Trigger of Social Change in the Medieval Town through Imported Food, Objects, and the Biographies. Journal of Urban Archaeology 3, pp. 13-28. doi.org/10.1484/J.JUA.5.123673


Haase, K. & Olsen, J. 2021: Building a high-resolution chronology of a medieval urban site through Bayesian modelling. Archaeometry. doi:10.1111/arcm.12651


Haase, K & Whatley, S. 2020: Consumption Strategies and Social Implications in Two Danish Towns in the 13th-16th Centuries. Medieval Archaeology 64(1), pp. 116-144. doi:10.1080/00766097.2020.1754661


Søe, M.J., Nejsum, P., Seersholm F.V., Fredensborg, B.L., Habraken, R., Haase, K. et al. 2018: Ancient DNA from latrines in Northern Europe and the Middle East (500 BC-1700 AD) reveals past parasites and diet. PLoS One 13(4) doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0195481