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Migrations during the Medieval and Modern periods
31 May 2015
13 June 2017
The archaeology of Migrations
International colloquium organized by Inrap, in partnership with the National Museum of Immigration History.
November 12 and 13, 2015 at the National Museum of Immigration History.
Archaeology of Migrations
by Isabelle Catteddu, Inrap
Isabelle Catteddu, holds a PhD in Medieval Archaeology from the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and is an archaeologist at Inrap. Specialising in the first period of the Middle Ages, she has led major preventive excavations of structures and necropoli dating from the Early Middle Ages in the northern half of France. Her research looks at occupation strategies in rural spaces, at the history of space management and the long-term resilience of territories, as well as at the relationships between societies and their environment. She frequently gives conference talks across Europe and the United States.
- Burnouf J., Catteddu I., Archéologie du Moyen Age, Editions Ouest France/Inrap, mai 2015
- Catteddu I., De Vingo P. et Nissen Jaubert A. (editors), On the Road again. L'Europe en Mouvement. 4th International Congress of Medieval and Modern archaeology. Theme 2 : Archaeology and rural landscape : rural settlements in their natural economical and social environment, De Ferrari, Gênes-Genova, 2011.
- Catteddu I., Archéologie des sociétés rurales altomédiévales dans la moitié nord de la France : modes d'habitats, gestion de l'espace, pratiques agraires et milieux (études de cas d'archéologie préventive). Thèse de doctorat de l'Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. 3 vol, Paris, 2012.
- Catteddu I., Archéologie médiévale en France. Le premier Moyen Age (Ve-XIe s.), Inrap/La Découverte, Paris, 2009.