NameSamantha S. Reiter
ContributionThe Ølby Woman
Reiter has been working with mobility, identity, culture change and gender for over ten years, principally within European prehistory. She has a PhD from Aarhus University, Denmark (Forging Identities, a Marie Curie Actions ITN) and an MA in Osteoarchaeology from the University of Southampton, UK (AHRC full award). However, she has worked as an archaeologist throughout western and central Europe as well as the USA, Caribbean and Near East. She is also co-editor of The European Archaeologist.
Reiter has been employed at the National Museum of Denmark since 2017, during which time she has collaborated with Prof. Karin M. Frei on the “Tales of Bronze Age Women” research project (grant CF-15 0878) and the Semper Ardens research project “Tales of Bronze Age People” (grant CF18-0005), both with Karin M. Frei as PI and supported by the Carlsberg Foundation.