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Katrien De Graef
Katrien De Graef
Department of Languages and Cultures
ARCHAEO - Archaeology
CRCG - Centre for Research on Culture and Gender
Most recent publications
De Graef, Katrien. “Tintin in Mesopotamia : The Story of Belgian Assyriology (1890-2017).”
Following the Footsteps of Our Predecessors : Glimpses on into the Historiography of Ancient near Easter Studies
, edited by Agnès Garcia-Ventura and Lorenzo Verderame, Eisenbrauns, 2020.
De Graef, Katrien. “In Taberna Quando Sumus : On Taverns, Nadītum Women, and the Gagûm in Old Babylonian Sippar.”
Gender and Methodology in the Ancient Near East : Approaches from Assyriology and Beyond
, edited by Stephanie Lynn Budin et al., vol. 10, Institut del Pròxim Orient Antic and University de Barcelona Editions, 2019, pp. 77–115.
De Graef, Katrien, et al. “Third Workshop on Gender, Methodology, and the Ancient Near East : Enhancing Networking and Consolidating an Initiative.”
NEAR EASTERN ARCHAEOLOGY
, vol. 82, no. 3, 2019, pp. 186–89.
De Graef, Katrien. “It Is You, My Love, You, Who Are the Stranger : Akkadian and Elamite at the Crossroads of Language and Writing.”
A Stranger in the House : The Crossroads III : Proceedings of an International Conference on Foreigners in Ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern Societies of the Bronze Age Held in Prague, September 10-13, 2018.
, edited by Jana Mynářová et al., Charles University, 2019, pp. 91–120.
De Graef, Katrien. “Puppets on a String? : On Female Agency in Old Babylonian Economy.”
Studying Gender in the Ancient Near East
, edited by Saana Svärd and Agnès Garcia-Ventura, Eisenbrauns, 2018, pp. 133–56.
History of the Ancient Near East
Ancient Near Eastern Society and Religion