Dr. Karen M. de Vries
Karen de Vries studied Archaeology and Greek and Latin Languages and Cultures at the University of Groningen. In 2015, she obtained her research master’s degree ‘Art History and Archaeology’ cum laude at the University of Groningen. In the same year, she was awarded the W.A. van Es-prijs for her master thesis on Iron Age deposition practices on the Fries-Drents plateau. She was awarded a research grant from ARCHON/NWO for her PhD project titled Settling with the norm? Norm and variation in social groups and their material manifestations in (Roman) Iron Age (800 BC–AD 300) settlement sites of the northern Netherlands. From 2015 to 2021 she worked as a PhD candidate and as a lecturer at the Groningen Institute of Archaeology, University of Groningen. In 2021, she started as Archaeological Researcher at ADC ArcheoProjecten.
Books by Karen M. de Vries
Settling with the norm?
Norm and variation in social groups and their material manifestations in (Roman) Iron Age (800 BC–AD 300) settlement sites of the northern Netherlands
Karen M. de Vries | 2021
When studying later prehistoric societies, it is evident that shared practices, as well as variations, exist in the settlement record. Traditionally, the emphasis has mainly been on the elements shared on large scales, the widely…