Sandra Montón Subías
1988: BSc Geography and History (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain).
1993: PhD History (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona).
I began my research at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, studying processes of emerging complexity in Mediterranean Bronze Age societies. Ever since, I have worked at the University of Athens, at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, at the University of Cambridge, at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, at the University of California Santa Cruz and at the Northwestern University. Area de coneixement:Prehistory and Archaeology. I am presently co-chariring with Prof. Liv Helga Dommasnes the EAA working party Gender and Archaeology in Europe (AGE) and chairing the Grup de Recerca en Polítiques Transversals de Gènere at UPF.
I am an archaeologist with broad interests in social and theoretical
archaeology. I am currently focusing on six interrelated areas:
1. The Archaeology of Argaric societies (Bronze Age in the Southeast of the Iberian Peninsula).
2. The Archaeology of Conflict.
3.The Archaeology of Domestic Technologies and Daily Life.
4. The Archaeology of Funerary Behaviour.
5. The Archaeology of Gender and Maintenance Activities.
6. The Archaeology of Identity