ANTHEA's publications cover a broad spectrum of subjects related to the mutuality of human-heathlands interaction, resilience, the coming into being of interspecies communities, herding and grazing regimes, disturbance ecologies, archaeological landscapes and transhumance. We are co-writing a series of articles with external collaborators coming out over the coming years. A section of publications is specifically related to the collapse and reconfiguration of commons related to the propagation of land tenure boundaries.Moreover, PI is working on a monograph with the current working title ‘Into the heathlands: The archaeological dimensions of being in common’. The co-edited volume ‘Early Land Allotment in Europe: Tracing tenure, temporalities, and social implications of field systems across Europe in prehistoric times’ will be published by Springer later this spring (2021) (eds. Stiijn Arnoldussen, Robert Johnston, Mette Løvschal).
For more publications, see my Aarhus University website.